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[Costco] Upsate Costco.ca Nellie's Laundry Product- Bulk - on sale to October 28

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[Costco] Upsate Costco.ca Nellie's Laundry Product- Bulk - on sale to October 28

Costco.ca has the bulk laundry soap on sale until October 28:
https://www.costco.ca/Nellie%E2%80%99s- ... 68278.html

The Wrinkle Be Gone is on sale until November 28:
https://www.costco.ca/Nellie%E2%80%99s- ... 04330.html



Expired: Oct 10-24 Nellie's Laundry Products on sale, up to $30 off
http://www.costcoconnection.ca/connecti ... =102#pg102


Expired: https://www.costco.ca/Nellie%E2%80%99s- ... 12109.html
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trellaine201 wrote:
Sep 10th, 2018 6:17 pm
October? Lol today.

Thanks though
Feels like October.
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awesome product! got it on a similar sale last year & definitely no regrets. works well using cold-cold cycles even in the heart of winter! plus I love the no(n) smells!!!

also got the lambswool dryer balls which with a little tweak, works amazingly.

I'd never go back to regular fullofchems laundry detergents Face With Stuck-out Tongue And Tightly-closed Eyes
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Every time these come up on RFD I am tempted to try them. We typically use Tide scent free pods and they seem to work pretty well but obviously aren’t that cheap. One of our worries about switching is whether this stuff will work as well with kid-created stains etc.

Seems that if Nellie’s works as well or better than the Tide free pods, it would be a lot cheaper in the long run.
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scotsum wrote:
Sep 10th, 2018 6:28 pm
also got the lambswool dryer balls which with a little tweak, works amazingly.
A little tweak... curious as to what you did.
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My wife used it and refused to buy another one.. back to Purex or Echo...I can tell most of tshirts and tops with cold water cycle didn't have the shines the way they used to be and the appliances are HE brand new.. may be some people rather choose this brand however not us.just my 2 cents.
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jarfgames wrote:
Sep 10th, 2018 6:56 pm
Every time these come up on RFD I am tempted to try them. We typically use Tide scent free pods and they seem to work pretty well but obviously aren’t that cheap. One of our worries about switching is whether this stuff will work as well with kid-created stains etc.

Seems that if Nellie’s works as well or better than the Tide free pods, it would be a lot cheaper in the long run.
PM me your address if you're close by I can drop you off a mason jar worth of the stuff to try it out. If you end up buying a tub of it than you can give me back the mason jar filled or just keep it.
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I tend to buy the giant tub of these whenever they come around. It's good value, unscented, eco-friendly, but in terms of cleaning it's somewhere in the mid-range tier. You can try to enhance it a bit with tossing in some oxyclean or equivalent that you'd find at a dollar store and still save a bundle, but you can't expect it to compete with your Tide's, Gain's, or Persil's in terms of raw cleaning power. The question is, do you need it to? For most people, probably not and any cases where you'd need something stronger are probably very specific. My advice to most people is to grab the big tub of this stuff when it's on sale for $70ish AND buy plain Tide. Chances are you can get away with Nellie's with most of your laundry and just use Tide instead when you need a better clean.
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This is perfect! We use this and also the Eco-egg (popular in Europe). We have a baby so for stains, we use Boulder spray from RCSS natural section. Works well!
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Deal lives from October 10? Heads up in a month early, lol
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shampygarg wrote:
Sep 10th, 2018 7:07 pm
My wife used it and refused to buy another one.. back to Purex or Echo...I can tell most of tshirts and tops with cold water cycle didn't have the shines the way they used to be and the appliances are HE brand new.. may be some people rather choose this brand however not us.just my 2 cents.
My husband is the same. He used it once and said the clothes didn't smell clean. :lol: I, on the other hand, love the fact that my clothes no longer smell like chemicals. I buy the smelly stuff for him but I wash my clothes with Nellies, both are happy.
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OrangeBerry wrote:
Sep 10th, 2018 7:12 pm
PM me your address if you're close by I can drop you off a mason jar worth of the stuff to try it out. If you end up buying a tub of it than you can give me back the mason jar filled or just keep it.
How many mason jars to the massive tub? I'm just envisioning a bunch of RFDers scooping out one of these like 18th century sailors and a rum barrel.

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