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Amazon has 105-Oz Tide Liquid Laundry Detergent Eco-Box (Original) for $17.94 - 20% when you 'clip' the coupon on product page - 5% when you check out via Subscribe & Save = $13.45. Shipping is free with Prime or on $25+.

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Amazon [amazon.com] has 105-Oz Tide Liquid Laundry Detergent Eco-Box (Original) for $17.94 - 20% when you 'clip' the coupon on product page - 5% when you check out via Subscribe & Save = $13.45. Shipping is free with Prime or on $25+

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Is there a reason to buy liquid detergent over the powder? Aren't you basically just paying for someone to add water for you and then ship the weight of that water?
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Can someone please enlighten me on what I am missing? I have always bought detergent from Walmart. Typically something like 188oz of 'Sun with OXI' costs $6 and seems to work perfectly fine. We have never had any issues. Yes, for stubborn stains, we pause the machine to allow for additional soak time. Overall, it's been a no brainer to keep using it. So, what am I missing?

http://www.walmart.com/ip/Sun-Liq...s/19856892

Guessing you don't keep any clothes around for very long. I still have Tshirts, that are grantly fairly holey, but havent faded color at all. Some of these shirts are 20 years old.

The cheaper detergents seem to fade colors much sooner.
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Guessing you don't keep any clothes around for very long. I still have Tshirts, that are grantly fairly holey, but havent faded color at all. Some of these shirts are 20 years old.

The cheaper detergents seem to fade colors much sooner.
Lol. I have several Ralph Lauren shirts that I bought in the early 90s when they used to be made in the US and cost $90 or so each. I wash them in cold water and kid you not ... they still look almost like new. No buttons have come loose and the stitches are intact. Could be the material too.

On a side note, my wife is embarrassed when people look at old photos and point out that I am still wearing the same shirts.
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Quote from premiersheldon :
Vast majority of recycled plastic is bailed and taken to landfills. Very little gets recycled.
It depends heavily on size and type of plastic. Big size HDPE like tide jugs are very commonly recycled.
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Is there a reason to buy liquid detergent over the powder? Aren't you basically just paying for someone to add water for you and then ship the weight of that water?
Fully dissolving powder is a chore that many are willing to pay to skip. Mixing liquid in wash water takes what 10 seconds while powder you gotta let agitate for a good 30. Also the Tide powder containers are designed horribly and the powder gets everywhere in an annoying dust that you gotta vacuum every month.
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Can someone please enlighten me on what I am missing? I have always bought detergent from Walmart. Typically something like 188oz of 'Sun with OXI' costs $6 and seems to work perfectly fine. We have never had any issues. Yes, for stubborn stains, we pause the machine to allow for additional soak time. Overall, it's been a no brainer to keep using it. So, what am I missing?

http://www.walmart.com/ip/Sun-Liq...s/19856892
Funny. I used to think the same thing watching people walk around with their $10 bottles of Tide while I had my $2 bottle of ERA. But once I tried Tide, I noticed that the clothes came out softer and (hard to qualify but) seemed to fold nicer. Laundry detergents use enzymatic action to clean. The Tide in the orange bottle uses a better enzyme than the cheaper Tide in the yellow bottle. Also, I use MUCH less detergent. I only fill it to the #1 or #2 line, and the clothes are clean and the bottle lasts forever. The cheap stuff I used to fill the cup and slosh it in there.

Or, I could just be fooled by the marketing. Either way.
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Similar price at Costco... Costco has 208 fl.oz for $30. (2x volume & price of this deal... same)
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i was able to get it with the coupon.
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Lol. I have several Ralph Lauren shirts that I bought in the early 90s when they used to be made in the US and cost $90 or so each. I wash them in cold water and kid you not ... they still look almost like new. No buttons have come loose and the stitches are intact. Could be the material too.

On a side note, my wife is embarrassed when people look at old photos and point out that I am still wearing the same shirts.
She should be proud that you still fit into the same clothes!
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Quote from Saving4Broke :
Current batteries is another good example.
Last I read, no one has even made economical way to recycle lithium car batteries and of course majority of the wind turbines to boot.

Seems like should be reclamation deposited before companies start producing.
I assume that's part of how mainstream electronics recycling works now. Or it's purely for the small amounts of precious metals that justify that.
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A good amount of our plastic used to be shipped to China. In 2018, they innacted the "National Sword Policy," which stopped the import of waste. Some plastic is still shipped to third world countries that have less stringent environmental policies, but 92% of it is taken to landfills or incinerated. There's not much of a market for recycled plastic, since it's often cheaper to buy new plastic. The oil industry knew recycling plastic wasn't economically viable when they created the recycling ad campaigns in the 80's, but people were becoming more environmentally conscious and sales were falling. "Frontline" did a piece on it a few years back. More often than not, throwing your plastic in a recycling bin has a greater negative impact on the environment than throwing it in the trash bin, since a truck has to make two trips (once to recycling, then to landfill). There are plenty of sources, but here's the first one that popped up in Google.
https://www.npr.org/2020/09/11/89...e-recycled
Recycle plastic is getting used more often but still not high. Hard to take pollutants out. Sometimes it becomes deck boards.

Source: I'm a packaging engineer
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TU, I was just about to use Targets $10 gc with $40 purchase but this is even better.
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