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Affresh Washer Cleaner - Where to Buy?

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Apr 4, 2012
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Affresh Washer Cleaner - Where to Buy?

Hi,

My front loader washing machine is starting to get sort of gross around the front gasket. I'm looking to buy Affresh washer cleaner, but I haven't been able to find it at any of the stores listed on their website - so far I've been to Home Depot and No Frills. Has anyone seen this for sale at a store in Toronto?

Thanks!
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Oct 6, 2006
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Zellers has them at the best price I've seen so far ($7.99) - I bought at Hillcrest location.
Also seen at Loblaws and Real Canadian Superstore.
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Walmart

They also have a bounce version (maybe for dryers?)
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I just purchased a pack (three tablets) from Loblaws last night for $9.99. Going to see if Costco has them next time I'm there, or else will go to Zellers as mentioned above.
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To the best of my recollection, I just purchased a package of 3 washer tablets and 3 dishwasher tablets at Costco for $9.99. Scarborough location.
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Apr 4, 2012
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Good to know - thanks everyone. I'll try Costco first and then Loblaws or Walmart.
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I picked some up at Walmart. Other things that help/eliminate the need at least IMO and experience with my front loader; always leave door open after washing, and switch to powder. There's something about liquid detergents that can "gunk up" after a while (animal fats, possibly). Since I've switched to powder (Tide) I haven't had an issue or the need to use another Affresh. Some people will say that they use liquid with no issues, but I have had better luck with powder.
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Why bother?
I just fill the bleach cup and start the tub clean cycle per LG's instruction manual.
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Futureshop also carries Affresh.

Tide now makes their own version of Affresh which should be comparable, if not superior to Affresh.
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craigdcan wrote: I picked some up at Walmart. Other things that help/eliminate the need at least IMO and experience with my front loader; always leave door open after washing, and switch to powder. There's something about liquid detergents that can "gunk up" after a while (animal fats, possibly). Since I've switched to powder (Tide) I haven't had an issue or the need to use another Affresh. Some people will say that they use liquid with no issues, but I have had better luck with powder.
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When I bought my front loader, it was recommended by the salesperson to only use powdered Tide and if I needed bleach to use the powdered oxyclean. I always leave the door open after washing and never had a problem with gunk building up or bad smell.

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