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Amazon has Persil Discs Laundry Detergent Pacs, Original, 40 Count, Pack of 2, total 80 pacs for as low as $14.78

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Amazon has Persil Discs Laundry Detergent Pacs, Original, 40 Count, Pack of 2, 80 Total Pacs for $14.78 after clipping the $6.87 coupon on product page and an additional 15% if you have five or more subscribe and save items.

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I always use various kinds of Persil liquid in my HE washer. Anyone have experience with these vs the liquid? I generally prefer the liquid for my needs, but haven't tried Persil Pods like this.
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Amazon Persii 8 is my favorite planet.
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I always use various kinds of Persil liquid in my HE washer. Anyone have experience with these vs the liquid? I generally prefer the liquid for my needs, but haven't tried Persil Pods like this.
These cost more for less. Not a great deal when you can get the liquid for under ten bucks on Amazon throughout the year.
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These cost more for less. Not a great deal when you can get the liquid for under ten bucks on Amazon throughout the year.
Thanks, kind of what I figured. I don't really see them as being a time saver in any way. Pour a little soap in the dispenser (+ a little ammonia) and start the load. I've always stayed away from pods since I always felt like they wouldn't fully dissolve on cold loads.

Love the Persil liquid though. Nice upgrade coming over from Tide.
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Thanks, kind of what I figured. I don't really see them as being a time saver in any way. Pour a little soap in the dispenser (+ a little ammonia) and start the load. I've always stayed away from pods since I always felt like they wouldn't fully dissolve on cold loads.

Love the Persil liquid though. Nice upgrade coming over from Tide.
Same. Curious about the ammonia in with the persil?
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These cost more for less. Not a great deal when you can get the liquid for under ten bucks on Amazon throughout the year.
I much prefer the pods over liquid because the liquid leaves residue in my dispenser that I am constantly cleaning out.
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Same. Curious about the ammonia in with the persil?
Adding ammonia to any detergent makes it go farther from my understanding. Something my grandma always did and was passed along.

We find that really sweaty gym clothes and pretty much our laundry in general come out way fresher and better with adding the ammonia. It's super cheap too and we notice a difference when we run out. We just add it in the liquid dispenser with the Persil. Looks like it can be used as a spot treatment as well.

https://www.hunker.com/13422713/h...he-laundry
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I personally would not advise using ammonia which is really high in ph with a high end product like persil or tide regular.

They have their chemistry fine tuned to work pretty damn well. For example, the expensive enzymes in high end formulations can be disrupted by the high ph leaving them less effective. Also tannin based stains need closer to a neutral or acidic ph for more effective removal.

If you want to add it to a cheap detergent like arm&hammer, maybe.

For whatever its worth, i worked as a cleaner/spotter at a dry cleaners for 4 years when i was younger and actually have read stain removal books as well as tons of forums on cleaning/spotting back on the old yahoo forums.

Spot treating protein stains with dish soap and a drop or 2 of ammonia works well. That is close to the formula of a protein remover as i used to make my own at the dry cleaners.
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I personally would not advise using ammonia which is really high in ph with a high end product like persil or tide regular.

They have their chemistry fine tuned to work pretty damn well. For example, the expensive enzymes in high end formulations can be disrupted by the high ph leaving them less effective. Also tannin based stains need closer to a neutral or acidic ph for more effective removal.

If you want to add it to a cheap detergent like arm&hammer, maybe.

For whatever its worth, i worked as a cleaner/spotter at a dry cleaners for 4 years when i was younger and actually have read stain removal books as well as tons of forums on cleaning/spotting back on the old yahoo forums.

Spot treating protein stains with dish soap and a drop or 2 of ammonia works well. That is close to the formula of a protein remover as i used to make my own at the dry cleaners.
this is spot on. ammonia is great for using with old school detergents. borax and the like, but if you're hip to tide hygienic clean. that stuff is amazing. too bad i don't care for the smell though. Frown
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Thanks for the info... I wasn't aware there was a downside to it.

We don't deal with lots of stains however, more just clothes soaked in sweat from sports... And we've had good results in my case. Glad someone chimed in with some extra info.
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I always use various kinds of Persil liquid in my HE washer. Anyone have experience with these vs the liquid? I generally prefer the liquid for my needs, but haven't tried Persil Pods like this.
Applying persil directly to stains as a pre-treatment is the best stain pre-treatment I've ever used so in that sense, I would never get their pods because I want to use the liquid both as detergent and pre-treatment.
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Applying persil directly to stains as a pre-treatment is the best stain pre-treatment I've ever used so in that sense, I would never get their pods because I want to use the liquid both as detergent and pre-treatment.
Yes! And set your washer for a presoak cycle too. Persil works with enzymes, so applying to the stain and then giving time to work on a stain before the regular wash cycle will get out the majority of stains easy.
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Offer is nonexisstent on Amazon
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