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Nah, basically the same thing.
Add hydrogen peroxide to the vinegar and baking soda and you'll have a stronger cleaner.
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Are these better than white vinegar and baking soda?
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Are these better than white vinegar and baking soda?
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Are these better than white vinegar and baking soda?
Nah, basically the same thing.
Add hydrogen peroxide to the vinegar and baking soda and you'll have a stronger cleaner.
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Check your washer manuals. The manufacturer of my washer (Samsung) recommends using bleach, so something like this might not be as effective.
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Same at walmart if you want to go with Walmart
https://www.walmart.com/ip/OxiCle...t/44886406
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is there a Safety Data Sheet for this?
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I have a speedqueen washer. They reccomend just wiping with a damp cloth. Any benefit in using these on it?
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How strong is the smell ? I used Tide and it gave us strong bad chemical smell.
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Nah, basically the same thing.
Add hydrogen peroxide to the vinegar and baking soda and you'll have a stronger cleaner.
So you add all three in equal proportions and run the cleaning cycle with the mixer? I see that mentioned on lot of places in lieu of these tablets.
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So you add all three in equal proportions and run the cleaning cycle with the mixer? I see that mentioned in a lot of places in lieu of these tablets.
Yeah... BUT here's the thing:
Mixing Hydrogen Peroxide & Vinegar creates a stronger cleaner/disinfectant. Almost as good as bleach but also creates stronger fumes. Not toxic but you need to be careful as you would with bleach fumes.
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Yeah... BUT here's the thing:
Mixing Hydrogen Peroxide & Vinegar creates a stronger cleaner/disinfectant. Almost as good as bleach but also creates stronger fumes. Not toxic but you need to be careful as you would with bleach fumes.
Carbonic acid is created, which is unstable. The "fumes" are already in the air you breathe, carbon dioxide from the carbonic acid and oxygen, & water vapor from the H2O2.

Chlorine bleach reacts with many other household cleaners (& urine), especially those containing ammonia to form chloramines. Mixed with an acid it creates chlorine gas. Both of those can be quite dangerous. Most alternatives to chlorine bleach present fewer risks & that's not inclusive of studies linking it with added risk of infections & respiratory issues. I like bleach. It does what it does well, but should be used with caution.
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is there a Safety Data Sheet for this?
Even in an industrial environment, household cleaners, used in the same manner as typical household usage, aren't required to have SDS. The two active ingredients are Disodium carbonate & Sodium percarbonate. Even though they may not sound it, both are relatively benign & their SDS's are available from numerous sources. If there's a need, an email to the manufacturer should suffice on receiving an SDS.
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same at walmart if you want to go with walmart
https://www.walmart.com/ip/oxicle...t/44886406
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I buy the Totally Awesome Oxygen base cleaner at the Dollar Tree and occasionally put a scoop in along with my clothes to keep the washer clean and fresh. Same ingredients as the tablets.
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