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[Costco] Nellie's laundry and cleaning products, rebate on different items

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[Costco] Nellie's laundry and cleaning products, rebate on different items

Different Nellie's laundry products on sale.

$25.00 OFF on 1100 loads 16.5 Kg Nellie's bulk laundry soda pail, regular price $114.99, $89.99 after rebate https://www.costco.ca/nellie%e2%80%99s- ... 34416.html

$10.00 OFF on Nellie's starter kit, includes 1 Nellie's WOW stick stain remover, Nellie's 100 loads laundry soda tin, Nellie's Oxy Brightener 50 scoops pouch, and Nellie’s Lamby Wool Dryerballs regular price $49.99, $39.99 after rebate https://www.costco.ca/nellie%e2%80%99s- ... 12109.html

$10 OFF Nellie's WOW stick stain remover, pack of 6, regular $46.99, $36.99 after rebate https://www.costco.ca/nellie%e2%80%99s- ... 99237.html

$8.00 OFF Nellie's wrinkleB-gone 2 larges and 2 travel size bottles, regular $34.99, $26.99 after rebate https://www.costco.ca/nellie%e2%80%99s- ... 99236.html

$5.00 OFF Nellie's Lamby Wool dryerballs, pack of 4 regular price $24.99, $19.99 after rebate https://www.costco.ca/nellie%e2%80%99s- ... 96275.html

Nellie's cleaning items

Nellie's WOW mop starter kit, 1 mop, a 50 loads of Nellie's laundry soda pouch, 2 floor care cleaners, 1 wet mop pad set, 2 scrub and polish mop pads. regular $249.99, $199.99 after rebate https://www.costco.ca/nellie%e2%80%99s- ... 23140.html
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Discover the true smell of naturally clean clothes with Nellie’s laundry soda. It’s hypoallergenic and leaves your clothes soft, fresh and residue free. It’s also super concentrated, so only one tablespoon per wash is needed, even in large loads. Contains sodium silicate, coconut oil-based surfactants.

Features:
Scent free
Super concentrated
Hypoallergenic
HE certified
Front loader compatible
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Thanks for the reminder OP. Grabbed the woollen dryer balls. Great for the environment and your pocket hopefully.
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Thanks OP!! Might grab the dryer balls
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Is the laundry detergent pail sold in-store for less?
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Thanks!! Just realized I'm almost out :)
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wildzero wrote: Is the laundry detergent pail sold in-store for less?
may be YMMV but I never seen Nellie's products at my local Costco's ,Montreal area
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DoorCrasher wrote: may be YMMV but I never seen Nellie's products at my local Costco's ,Montreal area
It is a hit and miss..I have seem these product but not on a regular basis
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Anyone use these in a front loader? Are they hypo allergenic? I've never used it so I'm hesitant to buy $90 of detergent that I've never tried before.
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StudYork wrote: Anyone use these in a front loader? Are they hypo allergenic? I've never used it so I'm hesitant to buy $90 of detergent that I've never tried before.
You should try out a smaller box of the soap first, they have them at Winner's pretty often.
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I use Nellie's in our front loader all the time, but I add the scoop(s) right into the basin/cylinder rather than into the detergent tray. I find it works well and dissolves easily, though we have a water softener, so that may contribute?
I can't guarantee hypo-allergenic, but I have sometimes had contact dermatitis from certain detergents/fragrances (though not all), and Nellie's doesn't bother me at all.

That said, I find that the giant pail is a LOT of detergent for us. (2 adult household with pets, so we average 2-3 loads per week, and each load gets 1-2 Tbsp). I've barely put a dent in mine over the last year, so what I usually do is transfer 5 or 6 cups to a smaller container that I keep in our 2nd floor laundry area for day-to-day, then I can store the giant pail in our basement.
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StudYork wrote: Anyone use these in a front loader? Are they hypo allergenic? I've never used it so I'm hesitant to buy $90 of detergent that I've never tried before.
Costco is pretty good with returns, don't abuse it but if you have to bring it back after a load or two, I'm sure they will be ok.
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When a yearly supply just isn't enough... grab an 1100 load bucket. LOL

We bought this in Oct last year and still have barely made a dent.
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Is this detergent really worth it?

I've read reviews saying it doesn't get stains out even with double the powder in a single wash, while others swear by it like a cult.

I'm on the fence.
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wildzero wrote: Is the laundry detergent pail sold in-store for less?
recently some of us have found the 200 load of the laundry detergent on clearance for $14.97

I bought 4 buckets lol
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I use in my front loader...if I have a particularly dirty load I will add a scoop or two of oxyclean to the clothes in the drum~I buy the oxy in the big box in our costco warehouse. I've never seen the Nellies there...
I think this is my 3rd 'tub', I like that it doesn't leave a fake scent on the laundry, cleans well and lasts forever :)
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bobmk2 wrote: You should try out a smaller box of the soap first, they have them at Winner's pretty often.
They also sell the small tin at Chapters/Indego now! Great way to dip your toe in.
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HKPolice wrote: Is this detergent really worth it?

I've read reviews saying it doesn't get stains out even with double the powder in a single wash, while others swear by it like a cult.

I'm on the fence.
We've been using for 4 years and just finally started our second bucket. We've used it for all our kids' clothes including cloth diapers. We pre-treat all major stains with either Nellie's "WOW stick" stain remover or Spray n Wash. Whatever stains it doesn't remove won't come out with other detergents either.
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DoorCrasher wrote: Different Nellie's laundry products on sale.
$25.00 OFF on 1100 loads 16.5 Kg Nellie's bulk laundry soda pail, regular price $114.99, $89.99 after rebate https://www.costco.ca/nellie%e2%80%99s- ... 34416.html
Anyone know how this stuff compares to The Unscented Company liquid detergent?
I've been using that instead. I also bought the 500 unscented dishwasher tabs from them. Those have been a nice stink free alternative to cascade and finish.

Lastly, I got 3 of those wool laundry balls in a starter pack and they seem to do nothing except drain your wallet of money. Can't say they do anything. Clothes aren't any less wrinkled vs without, static is there.

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