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Arm&Hammer 210oz Liquid is 140 loads available at Lowes for $12 every day. $0.0857/load. Could be less if you have military discount.

Arm&Hammer 250oz Liquid is 160 loads available at Costco for $13 every day. $0.0812/load.

This deal $0.0873/load. Could be less if you've unlocked 15% S&S.

Just some math for context. Smilie
This happens when you don't put them in before the clothes or are over filling the washing machine.
It's a good deal even without the subscribe and save. I prefer the pods over the powder and liquid. Those seem to get messy no matter how careful you are. That and the family tends to use more because more means cleaner right? shake head So even if those types are a slightly lower cost, the per wash actually ends up being more in my case. Good find!

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I have not used these myself but have never had a great experience with these "laundry packs". After a wash, I'd often find the remnants of the 'pack' left behind and stuck to one of my items of clothing.
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Arm&Hammer 210oz Liquid is 140 loads available at Lowes for $12 every day. $0.0857/load. Could be less if you have military discount.

Arm&Hammer 250oz Liquid is 160 loads available at Costco for $13 every day. $0.0812/load.

This deal $0.0873/load. Could be less if you've unlocked 15% S&S.

Just some math for context. Smilie
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I have not used these myself but have never had a great experience with these "laundry packs". After a wash, I'd often find the remnants of the 'pack' left behind and stuck to one of my items of clothing.
Yes. And very expensive per wash vs good old fashioned Arm & Hammer powder detergent. These pods are a profitable gimmick IMO.
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I have not used these myself but have never had a great experience with these "laundry packs". After a wash, I'd often find the remnants of the 'pack' left behind and stuck to one of my items of clothing.
This happens when you don't put them in before the clothes or are over filling the washing machine.
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It's a good deal even without the subscribe and save. I prefer the pods over the powder and liquid. Those seem to get messy no matter how careful you are. That and the family tends to use more because more means cleaner right? shake head So even if those types are a slightly lower cost, the per wash actually ends up being more in my case. Good find!
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It's a good deal even without the subscribe and save. I prefer the pods over the powder and liquid. Those seem to get messy no matter how careful you are. That and the family tends to use more because more means cleaner right? shake head So even if those types are a slightly lower cost, the per wash actually ends up being more in my case. Good find!
This is the logic behind the packs in my household. I know exactly how many loads I'm getting since no one is putting in two kids worth of detergent for a basic load. This is a decent price but these can be had for cheaper at Walgreens or Bartells every couple of months.
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Had a severe skin reaction to these A&H pods. The liquid detergent is fine but these pods contain something that i must be highly allergic to.
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I have not used these myself but have never had a great experience with these "laundry packs". After a wash, I'd often find the remnants of the 'pack' left behind and stuck to one of my items of clothing.
A 100% full proof way for a top load washer is drop it in, let it fill water to the top, let it rotate for 10 seconds and it'll all have dissolved by then.

Usually I just start the machine, drop it in, and then get my clothes and load into it because it'll be done with the process stated earlier by then.
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This is the logic behind the packs in my household. I know exactly how many loads I'm getting since no one is putting in two kids worth of detergent for a basic load. This is a decent price but these can be had for cheaper at Walgreens or Bartells every couple of months.
I haven't seen them cheaper myself.
Amazon with s&s 0.0873 per pac
Amazon no s&s 0.0920 per pac
Walgreens 21 count for $1.99 on sale with a coupon 0.0948 per pac
Walgreens 63(3x21) count for $6.99 buy one get two free deal 0.1110 per pac
Kirkland Signature 152 count for $17.99 in store 0.1184 per pac
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I have not used these myself but have never had a great experience with these "laundry packs". After a wash, I'd often find the remnants of the 'pack' left behind and stuck to one of my items of clothing.
YeAh very rarely but if you do a soak option first and will dissolve that outer shell a lot quicker.
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I haven't seen them cheaper myself.
Amazon with s&s 0.0873 per pac
Amazon no s&s 0.0920 per pac
Walgreens 21 count for $1.99 on sale with a coupon 0.0948 per pac
Walgreens 63(3x21) count for $6.99 buy one get two free deal 0.1110 per pac
Kirkland Signature 152 count for $17.99 in store 0.1184 per pac
Yeah if the math works out then I'm sure these are cheaper but there are times when they have an extra $1.00 off at Walgreens so they're only .99 but limited to 1 per account.
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Not going to use pods again, tried these and they don't wash great at all, might as well wash in plain water, stick to liquid or powder, I do like arm as hammer products.
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It's a good deal even without the subscribe and save. I prefer the pods over the powder and liquid. Those seem to get messy no matter how careful you are. That and the family tends to use more because more means cleaner right? shake head So even if those types are a slightly lower cost, the per wash actually ends up being more in my case. Good find!
Too much soap is definitely not a good thing (attracts more dirt to the clothes), and might affect other people's loads in the family, in addition to the monetary waste. Maybe you could transfer the liquid soap to a pump dispenser and teach younger children especially how much is needed for each load. The caps on the soap are designed for people to use too much. Just a thought. I had three stepchildren and taught them to do or help with laundry from the time they were six and the one with visón problems especially couldn't always see the writing instructions on the washer.
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