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I have to wholeheartedly disagree. I think Kirkland products are of very good standards. Kirkland doesn't make anything. They just put their name on a product that somebody else makes and they usually only pick products that are successful to begin with. Buy a giant bottle of Kirkland brand vodka for about twenty bucks and what you're really getting is a $60 bottle of Grey Goose. Or buy a bag of the Kirkland brand dog food @ $24 and what you're really getting is a $45 bag of Taste of the Wild dog food with an additional 5 lbs of dog food which is top-notch quality. Just a couple of examples. But everyone is entitled their own opinion.
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Ugh, make me do all the google work...I asked for it I guess.

Well I actually called Diamond Pet food inc. to be sure and they are EXTREMELY close to the same blend with extremely subtle differences between the two blends since they're rebranding it to a different company.
First link shows it's made by Diamond Pet Foods Inc.
https://www.dogfoodinsider.com/kirkland-dog-food-review/

This link shows that Taste of the Wild is also made by Diamond Pet Foods Inc.
https://www.dogfoodinsider.com/taste-of-the-wild-dog-food-review/

And Vodka...
Well after some more reading into it Grey Goose denies that there vodka is made for Kirkland but they both come from France and have many of the same distillery properties. Kirkland brand even beats out gray goose on many taste test. My guess is that they are made using a different water source since Grey goose has it exclusive water source but the rest of the process is probably exactly the same. Here is a link Talking about it a little more in depth. There are also several other links. Gray goose denies it but why wouldn't they. Of course they would want to sell their vodka at $60 a bottle when you could go purchase the same for a third of the price. Just read some taste test and you'll see on a majority of taste test the Kirkland brand actually beats out the gray goose brand. I believe these companies have to make some sort of subtle difference before they put the Kirkland brand name on it but I also believe Costco wouldn't except any major change in the processes of making these items for them.

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https://www.msn.com/en-us/foodanddrink/foodnews/there-have-long-been-rumors-that-costcos-vodka-is-the-same-as-grey-goose-%E2%80%94-but-heres-one-experts-opinion-on-why-that-doesnt-matter/ar-BBSWUn8

There is no Kirkland factory making all of these Kirkland items. They just rebrand items that are already successful and are Costco approved.
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Kirkland products are actually damned good.
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Thx op, tu and repped!Smilie I've just opened the bottle from the last order, so nice timing.Smilie
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Thx OP
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I know SD has spoiled me too much when I'm unwilling to buy these for a cent more than 8 bucks.
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Good deal for me. These can be used for a long time.Thanks op!
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How good these are when compared to Kirkland https://www.costco.com/kirkland-s...91602.html ?
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never used kirkland brand soap, but in my experience most kirkland products are garbage so i would most likely pass
Kirkland products are actually damned good.
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How good these are when compared to Kirkland https://www.costco.com/kirkland-s...91602.html ?
I prefer the seventh gen soap. I had to use more Kirkland than other soaps (dawn, 7th) and there is a slight fragrance that wasn't good if it splashed on clothes.
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FYI [amazon.com],
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After using this product for several months, I noticed that my hands were dried out and rough. As soon as I finish doing the dishes, I have to immediately apply hand creme because the skin on my hands literally hurt.
Here's the ingredients: Water, sodium lauryl sulfate (plant-derived cleaning agent), glycerin (plant-derived foam stabilizer), lauramine oxide (plant-based cleaning agent), caprylyl/myristyl glucoside (plant-derived cleaning agent), magnesium chloride (mineral-based viscosity modifier), citric acid (plant-derived water softener), benzisothiazolinone and methylisothiazolinone (synthetic preservatives).
Sodium Lauryl Sulfate (SLS) is a product found in industrial cleaners, car wax and other industrial-grade products. It's also found its way into shampoos and cosmetics and is known for it's suds/bubbles properties. And, lastly, it has been identified as a carcinogen in over 1600 cancer studies. I'm sending my bottles back to Amazon based on the misleading and not entirely truthful product labeling.(It's interesting that they don't list their ingredients on their containers; had to find this information online). Definitely NOT NATURAL, HYPOALLERGENIC OR FREE & CLEAR
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never used kirkland brand soap, but in my experience most kirkland products are garbage so i would most likely pass
I have to wholeheartedly disagree. I think Kirkland products are of very good standards. Kirkland doesn't make anything. They just put their name on a product that somebody else makes and they usually only pick products that are successful to begin with. Buy a giant bottle of Kirkland brand vodka for about twenty bucks and what you're really getting is a $60 bottle of Grey Goose. Or buy a bag of the Kirkland brand dog food @ $24 and what you're really getting is a $45 bag of Taste of the Wild dog food with an additional 5 lbs of dog food which is top-notch quality. Just a couple of examples. But everyone is entitled their own opinion.
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FYI [amazon.com],
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After using this product for several months, I noticed that my hands were dried out and rough. As soon as I finish doing the dishes, I have to immediately apply hand creme because the skin on my hands literally hurt.
Here's the ingredients: Water, sodium lauryl sulfate (plant-derived cleaning agent), glycerin (plant-derived foam stabilizer), lauramine oxide (plant-based cleaning agent), caprylyl/myristyl glucoside (plant-derived cleaning agent), magnesium chloride (mineral-based viscosity modifier), citric acid (plant-derived water softener), benzisothiazolinone and methylisothiazolinone (synthetic preservatives).
Sodium Lauryl Sulfate (SLS) is a product found in industrial cleaners, car wax and other industrial-grade products. It's also found its way into shampoos and cosmetics and is known for it's suds/bubbles properties. And, lastly, it has been identified as a carcinogen in over 1600 cancer studies. I'm sending my bottles back to Amazon based on the misleading and not entirely truthful product labeling.(It's interesting that they don't list their ingredients on their containers; had to find this information online). Definitely NOT NATURAL, HYPOALLERGENIC OR FREE & CLEAR
My hands always dry out from the dishes no matter what soap I use. Gloves have become my best friend when keeping my hands under the water for any extended period of time. Really makes a difference. Thanks for the ingredients list of the soap though. They should make that more clear if they're going to advertise it the way they do
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Thanks, repped.
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Actually dish soap does have some difference regarding the hands. Of course every persons skin is different, however I tend to be pickier, since some dish soap actually doesn't do as much damage to my hands. Good price OP!
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