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40oz Persil Liquid Laundry Detergent (Original or Intense Fresh) EXPIRED

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Quote from AlexN7163 :
The Slick Deal to get electronic access to CR is to ask your public library if they have a subscription. Mine did and I can access it freely through my library account.
I disagree.

If many people do that CR will cease to exist. There's nothing to take its place.
I understand SD, but sometimes one has to consider the consequences.

I would understand that only if the individual truly cannot afford to pay for a subscription.

I not only pay for print as well as online subscription, but am also paying gift account for my son, even though he could easily read via mine.
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Thanks OP. Reps/TU
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While I'm a Persil adherent already, I have read comments that the popular hype that Persil is the best hands down is more based on the effectiveness of the European version, which supposedly might not be the formulation sold in the U.S.

I took that to mean the European one is even better than the U.S. one, but that the U.S. one still ranks at the top in the U.S. Still, I only know the effectiveness of the U.S. version.
As far as I know, the European formula has phosphates in it, hence the better cleaning properties.
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Thanks OP. Always use my app to buy this as there are Walgreens that are convenient to stop by for me. I usually pick up one of these 40 oz bottles about every other time they put them at this price.
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Why does the Walgreens app never work for me despite clipping the coupon and "saving" the deal?

I can never get the "compound" sales to work right.
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Walgreens canceled my order (with no explanation) and now the coupon's gone. Not cool.
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Isn't costco's kirkland laundry detergent made by persil ?
Looks like the sam's club one is from hankel, not sure if it's the same level with persil. Here is a product information sheet from sam's club.
http://www.samsclub.com/sams/imag...ergent.pdf
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I disagree.

If many people do that CR will cease to exist. There's nothing to take its place.
I understand SD, but sometimes one has to consider the consequences.

I would understand that only if the individual truly cannot afford to pay for a subscription.

I not only pay for print as well as online subscription, but am also paying gift account for my son, even though he could easily read via mine.
I don't think so. First, libraries do pay for a sub. In most cases, their cost as an institution is higher than that of individuals for electronic resources. Secondly, Consumer Reports lost nothing in my case. I wouldn't have bought a subscription for myself since I do not use their information sufficiently to justify it. But CR does benefit from someone like me passing along their rankings and research and maybe driving someone else to buy a subscription.
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I don't think so. First, libraries do pay for a sub. In most cases, their cost as an institution is higher than that of individuals for electronic resources. Secondly, Consumer Reports lost nothing in my case. I wouldn't have bought a subscription for myself since I do not use their information sufficiently to justify it. But CR does benefit from someone like me passing along their rankings and research and maybe driving someone else to buy a subscription.
First: the cost to a library is less than the sum of individual subscriptions of those who use the available service would be, so CR loses out.
Second: I grant you that not in your case. But for others, yes.
In your last sentence there is an assumption that presupposes a benefit to CR. That benefit, rare to occur in my view, hardly balances out subscriptions lost otherwise.
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First: the cost to a library is less than the sum of individual subscriptions of those who use the available service would be, so CR loses out.
Second: I grant you that not in your case. But for others, yes.
In your last sentence there is an assumption that presupposes a benefit to CR. That benefit, rare to occur in my view, hardly balances out subscriptions lost otherwise.
Here's the rub - CR is part of some business arrangement to provide their content to public libraries. Ergo, this exposure is something they want or at the very least agreed to. If it is a bad deal for them as you argue, they should opt out of the arrangement. What makes you think CR considers this a poor deal for them anyway?

Here's another point you're not considering. Public libraries exist precisely for this mission. To lend books and other content to people who might not otherwise have the resources nor inclination to seek it themselves.
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Looks like the sam's club one is from hankel, not sure if it's the same level with persil. Here is a product information sheet from sam's club.
http://www.samsclub.com/sams/imag...ergent.pdf
Looks like hankel is a parent company which makes persil. So I would guess Costco's ultra clean is persil.
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40oz Ajax for .99 cents. 1 Persil vs. 3 Ajax?
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Quote from Princesssteph522 :
Also available at CVS with the same $2 off coupon. https://www.cvs.com/shop/persil-p...id-1010893
Only available in store, and they DON'T price match. $4.99
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Quote from Sonicboom83 :
Looks like hankel is a parent company which makes persil. So I would guess Costco's ultra clean is persil.
I have both right now and the smell is completely different. I'm assuming this means it's not the same?
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40oz Ajax for .99 cents. 1 Persil vs. 3 Ajax?
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There are reviews on Ajax, might want to take a look. But if your laundry does not requires tons of dirt lifting, Ajax might work
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