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3-Pk 16oz. Mrs. Meyer's Clean Day Multi-Surface Everyday Cleaner (Various Scents) EXPIRED

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Amazon has 3-Pack 16oz. Mrs. Meyer's Clean Day Multi-Surface Everyday Cleaner (various scents) on sale from $7.58 when you 'clip' the coupon located on the product page and checkout via Subscribe & Save. Shipping is free with Prime or on orders $25+.

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  • The 3-Pack 16oz. Mrs. Meyer's Clean Day Multi-Surface Everyday Cleaner (Lavender) is $4.06 lower (~34.9% savings) from the list price of $11.64
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Amazon [amazon.com] has 3-Count Mrs. Meyer's Clean Day Multi-Surface Everyday Cleaner (Lavender) for $11.64 - 5% when you checkout via Subscribe & Save - $3.48 when you 'clip' the coupon on product page = $7.58. Shipping is free w/ Prime or on $25+.

Amazon [amazon.com] also has 3-Ct Mrs. Meyer's Clean Day Multi-Surface Everyday Cleaner (Honeysuckle) for $11.67 - 5% when you checkout via Subscribe & Save - $3.51 when you 'clip' the coupon on product page = $7.58. Shipping is free w/ Prime or on $25+.

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For those who don't know, vinegar and baking soda "cancel out" as chemicals. You really shouldn't combine them (to make a cleaning product anyway)
They actually do work wonderfully together but in the right process and solution. For example, in laundry, if you just add a cup of each in the load at the same time, you're basically cleaning with saltwater because the chemical reactions do void or neutralize the strength of each individually. There will be some initial bubbling which does sometimes help dislodge soil particles from surfaces or materials without hand scrubbing, but the real strength is in the process. Carbonate clings to soil particles between fibers in the fabric and when the vinegar solution gets involved the off-gassing literally finds its way towards the surface, dissolving and diluting the soil in the process which is removed entirely during the 2nd rinse cycle.

Add the acidic vinegar into the prewash, where the bleach cup fill line is. Then add a half cup of baking soda to the detergent tray along with soap/detergent (naturally fragranced with lavender, etc). Then using the same detergent cup with residual soapy fragrance (don't use this cup for the baking soda in the previous step), add a little more vinegar that mixes with the residual soapy fragrance and add that as a softener, so the rinse cycle has some slightly fragranced vinegar to dissolve and releases the remaining carbonate, if any, clinging to your laundry will rinse thoroughly. So its vinegar (acid), soda (base), vinegar (acid). The result is really fresh laundry because there's no way for bacteria to remain active after this chemical wash.

When you eat oranges or lemons, take the peels and put it in a large glass jar with vinegar. This can help ease the smell of vinegar and adds citrus oils to the mix. Keep adding until it's topped off and the longer it sits the more the peels release its oils, gradually turning the vinegar into a light orange color and giving it a better scent.
Not if you have granite or some other natural stone countertops.

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thanks op
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I think that the concentrate [amazon.com] is a better deal IMHO if you do not need the spray bottles.
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I think that the concentrate [amazon.com] is a better deal IMHO if you do not need the spray bottles.
Very true. Those concentrated bottles last forever.
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Vinegar & baking soda is better deal 😀
Not if you have granite or some other natural stone countertops.
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This summer came back from a AirB&B and they have this product everywhere from kitchen cleaner to soaps. Wife love it and wants them all lol. Thanks for making my wife happy and saving us a bit in the process
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Quote from MaS4074 :
Vinegar & baking soda is better deal 😀
For those who don't know, vinegar and baking soda "cancel out" as chemicals. You really shouldn't combine them (to make a cleaning product anyway)
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Quote from JasonChi :
Very true. Those concentrated bottles last forever.
I'm seeing $15 off $50 for concentrated ones too.. SO can get 8 bottles for ~ $45...?
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Quote from branr :
For those who don't know, vinegar and baking soda "cancel out" as chemicals. You really shouldn't combine them (to make a cleaning product anyway)
They actually do work wonderfully together but in the right process and solution. For example, in laundry, if you just add a cup of each in the load at the same time, you're basically cleaning with saltwater because the chemical reactions do void or neutralize the strength of each individually. There will be some initial bubbling which does sometimes help dislodge soil particles from surfaces or materials without hand scrubbing, but the real strength is in the process. Carbonate clings to soil particles between fibers in the fabric and when the vinegar solution gets involved the off-gassing literally finds its way towards the surface, dissolving and diluting the soil in the process which is removed entirely during the 2nd rinse cycle.

Add the acidic vinegar into the prewash, where the bleach cup fill line is. Then add a half cup of baking soda to the detergent tray along with soap/detergent (naturally fragranced with lavender, etc). Then using the same detergent cup with residual soapy fragrance (don't use this cup for the baking soda in the previous step), add a little more vinegar that mixes with the residual soapy fragrance and add that as a softener, so the rinse cycle has some slightly fragranced vinegar to dissolve and releases the remaining carbonate, if any, clinging to your laundry will rinse thoroughly. So its vinegar (acid), soda (base), vinegar (acid). The result is really fresh laundry because there's no way for bacteria to remain active after this chemical wash.

When you eat oranges or lemons, take the peels and put it in a large glass jar with vinegar. This can help ease the smell of vinegar and adds citrus oils to the mix. Keep adding until it's topped off and the longer it sits the more the peels release its oils, gradually turning the vinegar into a light orange color and giving it a better scent.
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I'm seeing $15 off $50 for concentrated ones too.. SO can get 8 bottles for ~ $45...?
Item(s) Subtotal:$53.94
Shipping & Handling:$0.00
Subscribe & Save:-$8.09
Multibuy Discount:-$15.00
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Total before tax:$30.85
Estimated tax to be collected:$1.86
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Grand Total:$32.71


That's what I did with the concentrate- I ordered three of the two packs!
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Quote from branr :
For those who don't know, vinegar and baking soda "cancel out" as chemicals. You really shouldn't combine them (to make a cleaning product anyway)
Is there any reason to combine the two? I tried it before as someone recommended on SD to remove stains and it didn't work.
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Quote from CaitieS :
Item(s) Subtotal:$53.94
Shipping & Handling:$0.00
Subscribe & Save:-$8.09
Multibuy Discount:-$15.00
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Total before tax:$30.85
Estimated tax to be collected:$1.86
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Grand Total:$32.71


That's what I did with the concentrate- I ordered three of the two packs!
Right, I failed to see I only need to order 3 packs.... The price was messed up by the S&S arrangement... Still good!
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Anyone else having problems with s&s on Amazon. It wants to ship immediately instead of adding to a monthly order. It's still offering a 5% discount but I will never hit 15% like this unless they have changed something
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