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4-Count OxiClean Washing Machine Cleaner w/ Odor Blasters EXPIRED

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Amazon has 4-Count OxiClean Washing Machine Cleaner w/ Odor Blasters on sale for $4.87 when following the instructions below. Shipping is free with Prime or orders $25 or more.

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  5. The price should be $7.49 - $2.25 off coupon discount - 5% Subscribe & Save discount = $4.87.
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    • Helps remove odor causing residues in any washer.
    • One pouch once a month helps keep your washing machine clean.
    • For use with both standard and HE washing machines.
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Amazon [amazon.com] has 4-Count OxiClean Washing Machine Cleaner with Odor Blasters for $4.87 when you 'clip' the $2.25 off coupon on the product page and check out via Subscribe & Save. Shipping is free with Prime or on orders of $25 or more.

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When vinegar and baking soda are combined they create carbonic acid which is a common ingredient in cleaning products. So there is that... Neutralization doesn't mean the solution doesn't do anything, it just means there is no excess of hydrogen or hydroxide ions present in the solution.
I used affresh before with zero issues.

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I've used these. No strong smell issues that arrive have reported
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I've used these. No strong smell issues that arrive have reported
What do u mean. Did it remove the order or not?
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Why not just toss regular oxyclean in the drum? Someone asked this in the Q&A in the Amazon page and the manufacturer gave a total non-answer. If they're was a real difference, you know they'd be able to articulate it.
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I just toss regular oxyclean in the tub and it seems to work well. is there really a big difference between this and the regular powder?
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Why not just dump some vinegar and baking soda?
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Vinegar and baking soda is probably the biggest scam. From a chemical standpoint they actually neutralize each other lmao. It's the same reason manufacturers still put sodium luareth sulfate into toothpaste. Gives the perception of cleaning due to the fizzzzz
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I tried using the Affresh stuff and seems to have broken my washing machine! So noisy now. And it still stinks! Anyone try this stuff??
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Quote from GinaG1983 :
I tried using the Affresh stuff and seems to have broken my washing machine! So noisy now. And it still stinks! Anyone try this stuff??
I used affresh before with zero issues.
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Vinegar and baking soda is probably the biggest scam. From a chemical standpoint they actually neutralize each other lmao. It's the same reason manufacturers still put sodium luareth sulfate into toothpaste. Gives the perception of cleaning due to the fizzzzz
When vinegar and baking soda are combined they create carbonic acid which is a common ingredient in cleaning products. So there is that... Neutralization doesn't mean the solution doesn't do anything, it just means there is no excess of hydrogen or hydroxide ions present in the solution.
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Quote from GinaG1983 :
I tried using the Affresh stuff and seems to have broken my washing machine! So noisy now. And it still stinks! Anyone try this stuff??
Yikes, good to know, and I'm interested if anyone has any 1st hand experience with this product before I toss it in my washer..
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Why not just dump some vinegar and baking soda?
Doesn't work
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When vinegar and baking soda are combined they create carbonic acid which is a common ingredient in cleaning products. So there is that... Neutralization doesn't mean the solution doesn't do anything, it just means there is no excess of hydrogen or hydroxide ions present in the solution.
Carbonic acid may be a by product, but no one is advertising carbonic acid in their cleaning solution. Furthermore, carbonic acid is unstable and quickly converts. The actual amount of usable carbonic acid that reacts and "works" is insignificant.
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Quote from The_Whaler :
When vinegar and baking soda are combined they create carbonic acid which is a common ingredient in cleaning products. So there is that... Neutralization doesn't mean the solution doesn't do anything, it just means there is no excess of hydrogen or hydroxide ions present in the solution.
The carbonic acid immediately turns to carbon dioxide and water after mixing. That's why you get the foamy bubbles. It hardly sticks around long enough to do any cleaning. What's left over in solution is sodium acetate, an inert salty water that does nothing to clean.
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