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Costco.ca: Nellie’s Bulk Laundry Soda (1,100 Loads) $95.99

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[Costco] Costco.ca: Nellie’s Bulk Laundry Soda (1,100 Loads) $95.99

Nellie's Bulk Laundry Soda is back on sale. Orignal: 119.19 - On sale for $95.99
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Jun 26, 2005
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Awesome detergent

Been used my last tub for years!!!
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Aug 23, 2021
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if you do 1 laundry per week that is 20 years of supply. Just saying...
Newbie
Sep 6, 2019
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This is the best detergent. I purchased one a couple years for 79.99 but would purchase at op price in a heart beat if i ran out. Probably need more in 2026. Lol
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May 9, 2003
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Love this stuff! Cleans well and amazing value!
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Mar 18, 2008
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Abbotsford
rfdrfd wrote: Awesome detergent

Been used my last tub for years!!!
I bought mine in 2019 and I still have about 2/3rds of the bucket still full
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Dec 4, 2011
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Montréal
My wife and I were laughing just recently that we finished the bucket we purchased at the beginning of our relationship 10 years ago. We have 3 buckets left in our lives!
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Oct 8, 2007
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New Westminster
If you were trying to convert someone who uses Gain or Tide to use this.. what would it be?
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Jun 12, 2013
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Edmonton
How does this stuff work? Do I just throw a handful in the washer instead of a tide pod?
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Nov 18, 2011
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LiQuiK wrote: If you were trying to convert someone who uses Gain or Tide to use this.. what would it be?
Tell them they'll only need one bucket for their entire life.
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Oct 18, 2015
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Vancouver, BC
LiQuiK wrote: If you were trying to convert someone who uses Gain or Tide to use this.. what would it be?
I would say the cost? My last tube lasted around 3 years, and with a family with young kids, we do around 5 loads a week.

It's also dye and fragrant free so better for environment/skin I guess? It gets the clothes just as clean as before we switch, I think.
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Feb 13, 2004
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LiQuiK wrote: If you were trying to convert someone who uses Gain or Tide to use this.. what would it be?
Honestly I can't think of a reason not to use it:
  1. less bulk than liquid or pod
  2. Cheaper
  3. better for environment
  4. Fragrance free (if you want put a drop of lavender in)
  5. No undissolved pod issues (we would get this once every couple dozen washes)
  6. Easy to scale for smaller load compared to detergent
The only cons I can think of are it doesn't travel (if you go to a bnb) as easily as pods, and living in confusion about why so many people use liquids and pods :)
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Jan 11, 2009
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Usually around $10 less if you can find these in store.
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How is this delivered? Do they just drop off the bucket, or is it wrapped/boxed?

Thanks!
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Trigger wrote: Honestly I can't think of a reason not to use it:
  1. less bulk than liquid or pod
  2. Cheaper
  3. better for environment
  4. Fragrance free (if you want put a drop of lavender in)
  5. No undissolved pod issues (we would get this once every couple dozen washes)
  6. Easy to scale for smaller load compared to detergent
The only cons I can think of are it doesn't travel (if you go to a bnb) as easily as pods, and living in confusion about why so many people use liquids and pods :)
i’d agree, but I find it just doesn’t clean as well as regular detergent. I sometimes mix a bit with the nellies powder.
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Apr 18, 2022
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Hamilton
Does anyone find that their clothes “fade” quicker using this? Am I doing something wrong? I have an older cheap washer and use cold water
Newbie
Dec 1, 2009
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Ottawa
I purchased the pods. I use cold water only.. the pods do not disolve properly. So what I do to fix this. I put the pod in a cup with hot water and mix. Disolves with no troubles.

Its worth the purchase.

Does anyone else have the same trouble i have?
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timbit01 wrote: How does this stuff work? Do I just throw a handful in the washer instead of a tide pod?
It comes with a scoop.. lol

But, yes this is detergent.

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