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Arm & Hammer Liquid Laundry Detergent Sensitive Skin - 100 Loads 4.43 L - $6.97

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[Amazon.ca] Arm & Hammer Liquid Laundry Detergent Sensitive Skin - 100 Loads 4.43 L - $6.97

Super price for Arm & Hammer Sensitive Skin laundry detergent! Free shipping for Prime members.

  • ARM & HAMMER Sensitive Skin Liquid Laundry Detergent is gentle on skin, but tough on stains
  • Dye-free formula won't irritate sensitive skin
  • Features a hypoallergenic, skin-friendly fresh scent
  • Pure baking soda naturally removes stains and brightens clothes
  • For both standard and high efficiency (HE) washers
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Arm and hammer detergent is same price at Walmart in this week flyer. i don't know that includes sensitive skin as well.
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Innovac wrote: Arm and hammer detergent is same price at Walmart in this week flyer. i don't know that includes sensitive skin as well.
I rather not go out to walmart and lug half a dozen of them back home.
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I just bought this a couple days ago from Amazon do they do price adjustments?
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SneakyPete wrote: I just bought this a couple days ago from Amazon do they do price adjustments?
They don't anymore afaik
They would only advise you to return it and repurchase
That's my experience with them at least
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don't make me less of a human just cause i don't share your "idiotologies".

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Terabithia wrote: They don't anymore afaik
They would only advise you to return it and repurchase
That's my experience with them at least
They do not do price adjustments anymore.

Though it’s stupid in the case where the rather advise you to return and re-purchase...
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Terabithia wrote: They don't anymore afaik
They would only advise you to return it and repurchase
That's my experience with them at least
My experience as well. It's the worst.
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Bleachway wrote: They do not do price adjustments anymore.

Though it’s stupid in the case where the rather advise you to return and re-purchase...
But won't you still have to pay for the return if the reason for return is a better price? I know some people have been denied free returns in that case whereas others have been able to get a free return label. Guess it's dependent on the customer service rep.
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sn00ch wrote: But won't you still have to pay for the return if the reason for return is a better price? I know some people have been denied free returns in that case whereas others have been able to get a free return label. Guess it's dependent on the customer service rep.
Not really cause you don’t even have to say it’s for that reason and have it returned. You print the shipping label off Amazon. You can initiate return without having to talk to CS but it will depend on CS Rep if you do go that route.

It’s a hassle to go through a price adjustment especially if it’s only a few dollars.
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Can anyone provide firsthand experience using this detergent? The reviews seem all in agreement that it's good for sensitive skin but there are a few prominent reviews stating the scent is strong and/or not exactly desirable.
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Wife says she is a $1/L laundry girl. Leaves me disappointed since I feel I could be softer and more sensitive.
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Spongeboy wrote: Can anyone provide firsthand experience using this detergent? The reviews seem all in agreement that it's good for sensitive skin but there are a few prominent reviews stating the scent is strong and/or not exactly desirable.
Have a sniff on the product at your local store?.. :P
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Drakestar wrote: Wife says she is a $1/L laundry girl. Leaves me disappointed since I feel I could be softer and more sensitive.
What product does she get?
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Drakestar wrote: Wife says she is a $1/L laundry girl. Leaves me disappointed since I feel I could be softer and more sensitive.
People are too sensitive already, I hope it's not because of the laundry detergent!

Jokes aside, thanks OP, just bought for expected baby. The Costco Ivory for babies is on sale but still way more expensive, I hope this one is gentle enough for baby clothes.
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Spongeboy wrote: Can anyone provide firsthand experience using this detergent? The reviews seem all in agreement that it's good for sensitive skin but there are a few prominent reviews stating the scent is strong and/or not exactly desirable.
My gf and I have been using this for over a year and I have sensitive face skin and she has sporadic eczema. Both have benefited from using this detergent over your typical Tide or what have you. The scent is very minimal but pleasant for fresh laundry, especially when folding. The only gripe I would have is that it's not extremely abrasive, which can make some stains more challenging to remove, likely because it is made to be a less intensive option.

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