Massive Sale On Laundry Detergent, Pods, Scent Booster, Sanitizer, Dryer Sheets, Fabric Softener, Dreft, Scent Booster, And More From Amazon!

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3 Comments On "Massive Sale On Laundry Detergent, Pods, Scent Booster, Sanitizer, Dryer Sheets, Fabric Softener, Dreft, Scent Booster, And More From Amazon!"

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Anyone know ?

Certainly not Dan’s fault but so many manufacturers are switching to listing how many LOADS each container is rather than the actual weight / amount in ounces or pounds. That is not very helpful because exactly how much is a “load”? I’m an old-school comparison shopper but this new trend makes it difficult. If you look really hard, the actual amount is usually listed somewhere on the container but as you see above, everything is primarily described by how many loads …. Any suggestions ?

SloMo

In some cases the manufacturers are making liquid products less dilute. They are selling a smaller container with less water so they can save on plastic and freight costs. They are concerned that shoppers might suspect another reason for smaller bottles, lol.

Moshe

Seems dead of few products I looked at

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