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Persil ProClean Oxi Power Discs, 38 Count regular price $12.99, now $8.97 31% OFF

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[Amazon.ca] Persil ProClean Oxi Power Discs, 38 Count regular price $12.99, now $8.97 31% OFF

$12.99
Price: $8.97 ($0.24 / count)
You Save: $4.02 (31%)

4 powerful chambers to deliver an exceptional clean with stain removal, long-lasting freshness, fiber care, and deep clean
Convenient pre-measured detergent capsules that dissolve completely in water
Optimized for great performance in all temperatures and all machine types, including he
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oj777 wrote: Lol it was cheaper yesterday. You could of gotten this for $5.97 each at Walmart but the $3 off coupon expired yesterday.

https://dm.henkel-dam.com/is/content/he ... _Coupon_FM
well my time machine is out of service. And due to workmanship shortage I can't have it repaired. Can I borrow yours?

No need to LOL. No one here lives in the past. Good post for comparison point though
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MentalAnarchy wrote: If you're willing to forego the pods, Tide is a better deal right now at only $0.17 per load: https://www.amazon.ca/Tide-Efficiency-L ... 84&sr=8-14
hard to compare liquid detergent with pods. With liquid you often use more than not enough, ending with a higher price per load. With pods, quantity is the same and accurate at each load making it easier to do the maths per load
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DoorCrasher wrote: well my time machine is out of service. And due to workmanship shortage I can't have it repaired. Can I borrow yours?

No need to LOL. No one here lives in the past. Good post for comparison point though
Well that's a 1st: a time machine post about a product that was cheaper (with the use of a coupon) less than 24 hours ago lol.
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oj777 wrote: Well that's a 1st: a time machine post about a product that was cheaper (with the use of a coupon) less than 24 hours ago lol.
well if you can have yesterday's price today, please educate me on how to. Thanks for your input. No sarcasm, no jokes.
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How's persil? I used costco and tide pod and I actually find costco pack more cleaning power, nothing scientific just feel cleaner when I do small load 1 pod vs 1 pod.
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Persil is awesome
Smell good (IMO) Clean very well

I never use pods before. May give it a try
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DoorCrasher wrote: hard to compare liquid detergent with pods. With liquid you often use more than not enough, ending with a higher price per load. With pods, quantity is the same and accurate at each load making it easier to do the maths per load
The laundry detergent cups each have marks for how much detergent to use. This allows you to easily measure out the liquid detergent, as well as scale it to different sized loads. Here is an example of a cup with the lines for detergent:
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Persil makes it even easier, and often just has two lines. If you read the back of your container, it will give you the simple instructions. Here is what they look like:
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That should help you out. It's really not that complicated and I'm sure you can master it :)
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TrevorK wrote: The laundry detergent cups each have marks for how much detergent to use. This allows you to easily measure out the liquid detergent, as well as scale it to different sized loads. Here is an example of a cup with the lines for detergent:
Image

Persil makes it even easier, and often just has two lines. If you read the back of your container, it will give you the simple instructions. Here is what they look like:
Image

That should help you out. It's really not that complicated and I'm sure you can master it :)
thanks for your crash course on how to pour detergent in the washer. I think that you are smart enough to get my point. No one here follow the line on this cup at the nearest millimeter to make sure that the pull out the max load amount showed on the bottle.... compared to throw a pod in the machine...38 pods in the container = 38 loads. XX liters in the ottle, saying XX loads does not mean this XX loads in real life.
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DoorCrasher wrote: thanks for your crash course on how to pour detergent in the washer. I think that you are smart enough to get my point. No one here follow the line on this cup at the nearest millimeter to make sure that the pull out the max load amount showed on the bottle.... compared to throw a pod in the machine...38 pods in the container = 38 loads. XX liters in the ottle, saying XX loads does not mean this XX loads in real life.
With liquid, atleast you have the option to pour something between the lines for, lets say 1.5 loads (between regular and large). Are you going to cut the pod with a knife for that?
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darkhorz1 wrote: With liquid, atleast you have the option to pour something between the lines for, lets say 1.5 loads (between regular and large). Are you going to cut the pod with a knife for that?
ho, well... You won. Your father is stronger than mine, and you pee farther than me.

I am not the kind of guy who posts deals to earn upvotes, or internet points. I post deals to help people save money, the main point of this forum.

You like the deal? Upvote. Or not. You don't like? Downvote. Or not. You want to compare with a different deal? Compare apples with apples. Detergent pods, with detergent pods. Persil with Persil. Not Persil pods with Tide liquid. Both are cloths detergent, but different. Like comparing a deal on a Honda Civic with an Acura RDX. Both are motor vehicles, but different.
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Purex is cheaper on special at Costco. And Purex is not as effective as Persil IMHO. Depends on what you are looking for as a detergent. If Purex does the job, then go for it. In both washer I owned, Purex was bad, lint deposits on darker cloths. One regular washer with an agitator, and one HE washer without an agitator
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Good discussion on pods vs liquid for math calcs. Didn't think about pour accuracy for liquid, and that makes me rethink things! My wife, I bet like many, either doesn't care about the line....or knows better and always goes above. My old math is likely more messed up than first thought. Hmmm Thinking Face

Thanks for the deal @DoorCrasher
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These are the best pods on the market imo.
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seagull1987 wrote: These are the best pods on the market imo.
Indeed. Wihte cloths comes out of the washer more white than white ;)

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