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[Home Depot] Tilex Soap Scum Remover & Disinfectant Spray, Lemon, 946 ml $0.86 in store (Price Error)

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Got 6 .cashier was not happy though so i showed him website n asked to contact manager n finally manager said one time only so got .86 each of total 6.what a BS.
Anyways thanks OP.
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Zen wrote: What happened if you don't dilute the bleach?
Grout dries out, becomes porous, water goes under the tiles, eventually past the barrier into the beams etc. I saw mold on my neighbour’s garage ceiling. I said your shower above that? Yep. Use bleach? Yep. Needs to re-grout and seal. Redo the ceiling drywall.
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AncasterRFD wrote: Grout dries out, becomes porous, water goes under the tiles, eventually past the barrier into the beams etc. I saw mold on my neighbour’s garage ceiling. I said your shower above that? Yep. Use bleach? Yep. Needs to re-grout and seal. Redo the ceiling drywall.
Thanks for the info, always wondered and couldn't find an answer by searching online.
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Some of these “managers” think they own the store. At the newmarket location had 8. I grabbed them all.

She comes out and be like its an online price only so she cant give me that price. Started to walk away. Then i am like look. U cant order online, website is .ca. Shows newmarket is in stock. She took my phone click and look around. And then finally say do a markdown and walked off all pissed off. I didn't even bring up SCOP.

Manager sets a great example for customer service.

Guess whos gonna fill in the receipt survey.
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sonyminidiscman wrote: Some of these “managers” think they own the store. At the newmarket location had 8. I grabbed them all.

She comes out and be like its an online price only so she cant give me that price. Started to walk away. Then i am like look. U cant order online, website is .ca. Shows newmarket is in stock. She took my phone click and look around. And then finally say do a markdown and walked off all pissed off. I didn't even bring up SCOP.

Manager sets a great example for customer service.

Guess whos gonna fill in the receipt survey.
SCOP only applies to display price lower then scanned price. So in this case, it doesn’t apply.
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Thanks OP bought 5. Cashier had to adjust price, without any verification...
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typhooney wrote: Do you find this stuff is effective on the pink layer of skin eh stuff left behind by stagnant water?

Otherwise, do you have advice to get rid of it
Anything pink or light red is the iron residue from the water.
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Thanks OP. Bought 5 in Windsor. Cashier price matched the website in less than 20 seconds. No issues.
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Thanks op. Got 6. Cashier was surprised but looked at the site and gave it to me. Edmonton Skyview has maybe 1 left.
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ttiger wrote: Anything pink or light red is the iron residue from the water.
Not true. Pink residue is a kind of bacteria that lives in the water. When chlorine evaporates from water, this kind of bacteria can appear

Launch a Google search with "pink residue in water" or 'Serratia marcescens bacteria"
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AncasterRFD wrote: Grout dries out, becomes porous, water goes under the tiles, eventually past the barrier into the beams etc. I saw mold on my neighbour’s garage ceiling. I said your shower above that? Yep. Use bleach? Yep. Needs to re-grout and seal. Redo the ceiling drywall.
As I said in an earlier post, water should not go through the walls / through the floor if the shower / bathroom have been well built, respecting construction code. Unless it is a very old house, never had renos, and bleach been poured on the tiles grout every week for many many years, and that underneat the tiles there was nothing to seal the walls/floor like a membrane
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PeMiL wrote: Thanks OP. Bought 5 in Windsor. Cashier price matched the website in less than 20 seconds. No issues.
which location? anything left?
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Orleans, Ottawa is now sold out.

Had seven, purchased all of them. The clerk looked at my phone and double check and then PM.
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Rooster wrote: SCOP only applies to display price lower then scanned price. So in this case, it doesn’t apply.
SCOP 1.1 (literally) https://www.retailcouncil.org/scanner-p ... racy-code/

1.1 On a claim being presented by the customer, where the scanned price of a product at checkout is higher than the price displayed in the store or than advertised by the store, the lower price will be honoured; and

(a) if the correct price of the product is $10 or less, the retailer will give the product to the customer free of charge; or
(b) if the correct price of the product is higher than $10, the retailer will give the customer a discount of $10 off the correct price.

store being "The Home Depot". i bought 7 of the soap scum remover and 1 daily fresh shower cleaner. so I could have argued for 2x $0.86, but I wasn't about to make that lady blow a gasket over 2 bucks
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sonyminidiscman wrote: SCOP 1.1 (literally) https://www.retailcouncil.org/scanner-p ... racy-code/

1.1 On a claim being presented by the customer, where the scanned price of a product at checkout is higher than the price displayed in the store or than advertised by the store, the lower price will be honoured; and

(a) if the correct price of the product is $10 or less, the retailer will give the product to the customer free of charge; or
(b) if the correct price of the product is higher than $10, the retailer will give the customer a discount of $10 off the correct price.

store being "The Home Depot". i bought 7 of the soap scum remover and 1 daily fresh shower cleaner. so I could have argued for 2x $0.86, but I wasn't about to make that lady blow a gasket over 2 bucks
In this case it wasn't higher than the price displayed in the store or than advertised by the store,
So SCOP doesn't apply.

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