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Arm & Hammer 1.81L - 2.21L laundry detergent $1.97 (maybe addtl. 75c off?)

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[No Frills] Arm & Hammer 1.81L - 2.21L laundry detergent $1.97 (maybe addtl. 75c off?)

Saw it on the No Frills flyer for Ontario.

I also see a 75c off printable coupon on the flip app, not sure if it will stack. I've never used these coupons before.
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carmageddon wrote: Saw it on the No Frills flyer for Ontario.

I also see a 75c off printable coupon on the flip app, not sure if it will stack. I've never used these coupons before.
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I guess i know what laundry detergent ill be using till 2018 :)
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I don't see the coupon in the Flipp App.
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Not really a deal if you're rewashing everything. IMO spend a little more and buy a quality laundry detergent/liquid.
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Solsearchin1 wrote: Not really a deal if you're rewashing everything. IMO spend a little more and buy a quality laundry detergent/liquid.
it works fine, I have been using it for the last 5 years.
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For light spoilage only. There is a noticeable and profound difference when using this vs a quality Tide/Persil.
fakishan wrote: it works fine, I have been using it for the last 5 years.
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Anyone know if the Arm & Hammer is any better than the $1.67 Extra laundry detergent on sale at Food Basics?
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Solsearchin1 wrote: Not really a deal if you're rewashing everything. IMO spend a little more and buy a quality laundry detergent/liquid.
Any links that actually show that expensive detergents actually perform better vs cheaper brands?

I have no clue honestly, googling doesn't really help as most sites don't show the testing method and results.

I have just been using the perfume-less kind, which limits the brand selection.
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Solsearchin1 wrote: For light spoilage only. There is a noticeable and profound difference when using this vs a quality Tide/Persil.
From personal experience will have to agree. I got lots of cheap arm and hammer laundry detergent last time No Frills was on sale. Really regret it and will stick with tide.
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Solsearchin1 wrote: For light spoilage only. There is a noticeable and profound difference when using this vs a quality Tide/Persil.
Also interested if there is any proof to this. I use purex which i find is a value brand and it works great.
What laundry detergent do you use?
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While I'm not entirely sure on the accuracy of this list, typically plain Tide is considered to have the strongest cleaning agents, which is why it often comes are a premium price and doesn't go on sale for $1.25 :P. I used to buy cheaper laundry detergents thinking soap is soap, right? It's just when it comes to certain strains or fragrances (body odor, sweat, perfumes), or even mold that can happen in your laundry hamper from damp clothing that you let sit for a couple days before a wash, you may need a detergent with a bit more kick. Overall, your best bet is to probably have cheap detergent for most of your laundry with a premium detergent on the side for special cases.
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I've bought it a few times and it worked fine for everything I needed (including the clothes of a 4-year-old and an 8-year-old).
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Where is the coupon? I can't find it on the app. Thanks
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can2000 wrote: Where is the coupon? I can't find it on the app. Thanks
Looks like they removed it. Still a decent deal without it.
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Solsearchin1 wrote: For light spoilage only. There is a noticeable and profound difference when using this vs a quality Tide/Persil.
I've tried Tide and it doesn't clean well ... its branding that got everyone's attention!
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Were you using Tide simply? Not at all. You get what you pay for.
delldeals8 wrote: I've tried Tide and it doesn't clean well ... its branding that got everyone's attention!
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slimysnot wrote: Any links that actually show that expensive detergents actually perform better vs cheaper brands?

I have no clue honestly, googling doesn't really help as most sites don't show the testing method and results.

I have just been using the perfume-less kind, which limits the brand selection.
Consumer Reports recommends:
Tide Plus Ultra Stain Release (score 84)
Persil ProClean Power-Liquid 2in1 (score 84)

Tide Simply Clean & Fresh (score 54)
Arm & Hammer Plus OxiClean (score 53)
Xtra Plus OxiClean (score 37)
Xtra ScentSations (score 30)
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Solsearchin1 wrote: Were you using Tide simply? Not at all. You get what you pay for.
Yes I was using pure Tide and it does not washed away stains as they claim ... saw on consumers reports some time ago claiming that most unfamiliar European brands outperformed Tide.
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Persil and Tide always score high on consumer reports. Post the report you're talking about. What is pure Tide?
delldeals8 wrote: Yes I was using pure Tide and it does not washed away stains as they claim ... saw on consumers reports some time ago claiming that most unfamiliar European brands outperformed Tide.

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