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18.4oz. OxiClean Triple Action Dishwashing Booster EXPIRED

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Amazon has the 18.4oz OxiClean Triple Action Dishwashing Booster [amazon.com]on sale for $5.70, or as low as $4.85 with S&S. This is the lowest price it has been in over a year, the average price is $12.09. I've had good results using this in my dishwasher.

Walmart has the 11.2oz for $3.47 [walmart.com] or as low as $2, but YMMV for price and it is in-store only, not available for shipping. You can order it for in-store pickup, or use Brickseek to check stock [brickseek.com]. At $3.47 the price per oz is approx the same as the Amazon deal if you don't do S&S, but the S&S is the best price per oz.
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Probably not. Oxyclean is just diluted (cut) sodium percarbonate that you can buy neat for far less, and it's much more effective that way.

Rinse aids are surfactants (in fact just check out the back of the bottle of this product) including Finish - they reduce the surface tension of water, making it more prone to sheeting off dishes than forming droplets.

To verify, just for the hell of it I looked up the MSDS, which doesn't list sodium percarbonate anywhere:

OxiClean™ Triple Action Booster [whatsinproducts.com]
Basically a few acids to improve water hardness (e.g. improve efficiency of the surfactants), and a surfactant (Sodium xylene sulfonate). If you check out Finish Jet Dry [rbnainfo.com], while it doesn't have the same chemical makeup, the effects of the components are similar.
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I've never Googled it, but I've always wondered if you could just add the unscented ("Versatile", maybe?) OxiClean to your dishwasher instead of buying this stuff.
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This works better than any rinse aid I have tried. Eliminates any chalky residue and leaves dishes spot free.
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45% ($4.60) savings from the normal amazon price asssuming the normal S&S discount was also available previously. I've attached the 3-month price history for more information.
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This works better than any rinse aid I have tried. Eliminates any chalky residue and leaves dishes spot free.
Better than Finish?
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How well does this whiten teeth?
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I've never Googled it, but I've always wondered if you could just add the unscented ("Versatile", maybe?) OxiClean to your dishwasher instead of buying this stuff.
Probably not. Oxyclean is just diluted (cut) sodium percarbonate that you can buy neat for far less, and it's much more effective that way.

Rinse aids are surfactants (in fact just check out the back of the bottle of this product) including Finish - they reduce the surface tension of water, making it more prone to sheeting off dishes than forming droplets.

To verify, just for the hell of it I looked up the MSDS, which doesn't list sodium percarbonate anywhere:

OxiClean™ Triple Action Booster [whatsinproducts.com]
Basically a few acids to improve water hardness (e.g. improve efficiency of the surfactants), and a surfactant (Sodium xylene sulfonate). If you check out Finish Jet Dry [rbnainfo.com], while it doesn't have the same chemical makeup, the effects of the components are similar.
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How well does this whiten teeth?
Take out your dentures and make sure to place them in the top-rack !!
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FYI, I just bought this exact item & size at my local Walmart (St. Johns, FL) for $3.18.
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FYI, I just bought this exact item & size at my local Walmart (St. Johns, FL) for $3.18.
Looks like you bought the 11.2oz if you local Walmart carries what mine does. https://www.walmart.com/ip/OxiCle...z/27444148
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Probably not. Oxyclean is just diluted (cut) sodium percarbonate that you can buy neat for far less, and it's much more effective that way.

Rinse aids are surfactants (in fact just check out the back of the bottle of this product) including Finish - they reduce the surface tension of water, making it more prone to sheeting off dishes than forming droplets.

To verify, just for the hell of it I looked up the MSDS, which doesn't list sodium percarbonate anywhere:

OxiClean™ Triple Action Booster [whatsinproducts.com]
Basically a few acids to improve water hardness (e.g. improve efficiency of the surfactants), and a surfactant (Sodium xylene sulfonate). If you check out Finish Jet Dry [rbnainfo.com], while it doesn't have the same chemical makeup, the effects of the components are similar.
💩 Didn't know that website existed! 🌈
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It shows some left, but then won't let you add to s&s or to your cart as a one-time purchase.
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Dead at Amazon, showing only 3rd-party seller now for $42.20
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