Cleaning

August 4

Walmart Canada: 3-in-1 H2O Mop Only $48 (Was $119)

Posted by on August 4, 2014 at 8:00 PM

Walmart Canada: 3 in 1 H2O Mop Only $48 (Was $119)

I found a fantastic deal on at Walmart on the 3 in 1 H2O mop ultra. It was $119, now only $48. It will also ship for free to your home.

I actually have this mop and although some reviewers were not fond of it, I found it worked great. I also did not get it for this price and I think I paid around $100 for this mop! Less than $50 for a steam mop is a very good price and this might make a nice gift for a student going away to college or university or getting their own place for the first time. I know when I was in my 20s, washing my floors was the last thing on my list after studying and partying, so why not make it easy for them to wipe up all the booze that will inevitably be spilled on the floors?

Not just a steam mop, the H2O mop can also be converted into a carpet steamer. So, if you get spills or dirt on those carpets, they can easily be steamed away with your steam mop. You could also use it to clean and deodorize fabric. That stinky chair your aunt gave you for your first place? Use this baby on it to get out some of that musty smell and you’ve got yourself a nice little seat for your studio apartment.

One of the cons that the reviewers reported included that there wasn’t a hook at the bottom to wrap the cord around to put it away. This would be annoying, unless you are like me and really only drape the cord around anyway. You can still wrap it around the top hook, it just wouldn’t have a tight fit like you’d seen on other appliances like this. Another is that it can clog and my mom told me that using distilled water can prevent your steam mop from getting clogged. My mom is very smart about these things, so I’d totally listen if I were you.

Another is that the cloth gets dirty very quickly when mopping. Well, that will all depend on how dirty your floor is. I wouldn’t think it is a bad thing that the cloth gets dirty, as that tells me the mop is doing its job. If you need to change pads while mopping your floors, you might want to think about mopping a little more often.

(expiry: unknown)

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July 3

Amazon.ca: Hoover SteamVac Power Max with Clean Surge (Now $149.99, Was $299.00)

Posted by on July 3, 2014 at 10:30 AM

Amazon.ca: Hoover SteamVac Power Max with Clean Surge (Now $149.99, Was $299.00)

If you are looking to invest in a deep carpet cleaner, you may want to check out this Hoover SteamVac Power Max with Clean Surge from Amazon.ca for only $149.99 (regularly $299.00).

Whether you are the original owner of your home or you have inherited the previous owner’s carpet choice, I think we can all agree that there comes a time when the vacuum is just not cutting it anymore.

We have lived in our home for almost 12 years. We are the original owners. So we can only really blame ourselves for the state of our carpet (and our three boys, it’s really all their fault!). But most times, like pretty much everybody else, I don’t really notice how tired our carpet is looking, or I choose to ignore it, one or the other.  Either way, when I do decide to take my blinders off I can no longer bring myself to turn away. So a few years ago, against my husbands will, I hired a company to come in and clean our floors. My husband begrudgingly moved the majority of the furniture and when it was all said and done moved it all back. It took him a couple of days to truly appreciate it but in the end he admitted that it gave the carpets a much needed facelift.

Fast forward four years and I’ve been dropping hints that perhaps it’s time. However, in the meantime we did invest in a  small steam spot remover that has definitely been beneficial and has served us well. So I’m thinking that investing in a larger steam vac that we could use ourselves would be much more cost effective, plus we could truly incorporate this into our yearly cleaning schedule. Plus, at this price we would be even just after one clean!

This unit has received good reviews for the most part:

I didn’t realize how dirty my carpets were until I used this.
It comes in parts but is easy to put together and use and it doesn’t leave you with a soaked carpet afterwards.

with the only truly disconcerting piece to note, which seems to be prevalent across several different forums is in regards to ensuring the pieces are connected properly to avoid leaking. However I’m sure this is covered in the instructions:

The connections must be connected EXACTLY as directed or leaks will happen. If leaks are happening, reconnect them again. Mine leaked after the second time I used it but it was all user error. It works wonderfully and cleans upholstery and floors with minimal effort!

This item does qualify for FREE Super Saver Shipping!

(Expiry: unknown)

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June 16

FREE Resolve Oxi-Action In Wash Stain Remover with Mail-In Rebate

Posted by on June 16, 2014 at 5:30 PM

FREE Resolve Oxi Action In Wash Stain Remover with Mail In Rebate

Nothing beats trying a new product for free!  Right now you can do just that with this mail-in rebate for a great laundry cleaning product.  For a limited time only, get a free Resolve Oxi-Action In Wash Stain Remover, or save up to $6.99 on any Resolve Oxi-Action In Wash Stain Remover product with this mail-in rebate.

With this mail in rebate form, you will receive up to $6.99 back.  This amount will cover the cost of the product, as well as the taxes and the cost for the postage. As long as you make sure to buy the product for $6.99 or less, you will have no out of pocket expenses in the end.

As I mentioned above, you can choose to try out the new Resolve Oxi-Action In Wash Stain Remover, or you can get any Resolve Oxi-Action In Wash Stain Remover product no matter what the price is.  I suggest you wait for it to go on sale or price check around so that you get the full refund.

With all mail in rebates, you will need to read the fine print and follow the directions exactly to get your full money back.  Unless you do this, it will be void once you send it in.  For this one,  you will need to attach the original dated cash register receipt with the purchase price circled.  You will also have to make sure to hand write the UPC of the product on your receipt.

Your purchase must be made by July 21st  but you will have up until August 21st, 2014 for your mail in rebate to be received. Additionally, there is a limit to one refund per household so you won’t be able to buy a ton of them and get them all for free.

(Expiry: 21st July 2014)

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June 16

Well.ca: Up To 50% Off Essentials

Posted by on June 16, 2014 at 10:30 AM

Well.ca: Up To 50% Off Essentials

Need toilet paper and don’t want to get out of your pyjamas today? Simply shop online at Well.ca and you’ll even save while not having to get dressed. They have up to 50% off all essentials like bathroom paper, laundry soap and more.

I actually really enjoy grocery shopping (mostly), but I can never pass up a good deal. This sale has a number of items you can stock up on while they are on sale, and I know their shipping is fast enough that you’ll get it this week.

Charmin toilet paper products are mostly 50% off, like these ultra soft triple rolls (pack of 16), which was $19.98 and now only $10. I personally am not a fan of Charmin as I find it almost too soft, but two reviewers love the softness.

If you use Tide, Bounce or Gain, all of these laundry products are also on sale at 50% off.

There are a number of cleaning products on sale and while I mostly use natural products, there is one I’ve found that I need. The Mr. Clean Magic Eraser is so important in a home with three boys. While getting my house ready for sale I used a number of these to clean my trim. It did a fantastic job so I didn’t have to scrub. It got rid of crayon, dried up milk, cat fur and oil (you know when they rub on corners and you get black stains!). These are now on sale for $3, from $4.29.

Kitchen items and batteries are also on sale and one that I’m going to pick up is the Bounty select-a-size paper towels (six rolls) for only $7.25, was $14.49. We use way too many paper towels in this house, but these are great because you sometimes don’t need a large paper towel, so this lets you choose a half size instead. I also find them very absorbent and does the job I need it to do.

Shipping is free on a $25 or more purchase and if you’ve never bought from Well.ca, you can take advantage of our exclusive coupon code offering $10 off of $40.

(Expiry: 22nd June 2014)

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April 14

Finish Canada Freebie: Free 16-20 Ct Box Of Finish Power & Free Dishwashing Tablets

Posted by on April 14, 2014 at 2:30 PM

Finish Canada Freebie: Free 16 20 Ct Box Of Finish Power & Free Dishwashing Tablets

Try Finish Power & Free dishwasher tablets absolutely free when you use the mail-in rebate form below.

I have actually had the opportunity to try these Finish tablets from a free sample I received a couple of weeks ago and I have to say it worked great. Although to be honest, I’m not sure if it’s just my dishwasher that is awesome or if the tablets really did work that well. Whenever I get a free sample like that, I make sure to test it out by not rinsing my dishes too much and leaving caked on food as is without soaking them first and at the end of the cycle, the dishes were perfectly clean.

I checked the price of a Finish Power and Free box at Walmart and turns out that both 16-ct and 20-ct boxes are $7.27, which is essentially how much you can expect to save by redeeming this mail-in rebate.

In case you have never used a mail-in rebate form before, the way it works is that though you have to purchase the item initially, you are then sent a cheque for the exact amount that you paid once you complete and mail the form. My guess is that most people forget to mail it, which is how Finish ends up getting more customers, so don’t be part of that statistic! Send your form as soon as you can.

Just keep in mind that although you must make your purchase before March 26th 2014, you have until June 26th 2014 to send the form.

(Expiry: 26th May 2014)

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April 9

How To Spring Clean Inexpensively

Posted by on April 9, 2014 at 8:00 PM

How To Spring Clean Inexpensively

Now that we’re back from our trip (sniff sniff), I am thinking we need to do a good clean of our house.  I might sound like a slob when I say this, but we have never actually done a full spring clean of our house, and we have been here nearly 5 years.  Don’t get me wrong, we clean regularly, but we haven’t spent a lot of time doing any deep cleaning.  The type of cleaning that makes you feel like the world is a better place.  A cathartic type of cleaning.  I’m ready for this, and I want to do it.  But I don’t know where to start, and I don’t want to spend a ton of money on it.  What to do?

Spring cleaning checklist

Uh, maybe this is why I haven’t spring cleaned before.  Looking at this list from Imperfect Homemaking, I am overwhelmed.  Who does this much cleaning on a regular basis?  Although I doubt I will tackle even half of the list, I think I can get through part of it.  I like her tips on how to clean mini blinds.  Some of mine have never really been cleaned. If you’re looking for more great tips on all types of cleaning, check out this article from Canadian Living.

Also be sure to consider which cleaning products you use, as there are lots of natural options available.  Check out Eva’s article on how to be a frugal organic cleaner.  I have recently discovered the wonders of cleaning with baking soda, as my loving husband recently purchased a 6 pack from Costco by accident (I had requested he purchase baking powder instead).  If you prefer to purchase cleaning products, be sure to check out Greenworks cleaners.  They often go on sale, and if you combine a sale with coupons, you can often buy Greenworks cleaners for $1 per bottle.  A few years ago Greenworks had an amazing coupon available, buy 3, save $4.  When they went on sale one week at Shoppers Drug Mart for $1.99 per bottle, I picked up about 30 bottles at around $0.75 per bottle.  They have lasted over the past few years.

Spring home maintenance

Honestly, this is another area my family has not been proficient in.  I know the basics of what to do each spring like changing the filter on our furnace, getting our air conditioner inspected, etc.  But there are other home maintenance tasks which I’m just not sure are required – things like gutter cleaning and vent cleaning.  Are they worth the expense?  Bob Vila says it’s important to clean your gutters twice per year.  He suggests that if you want to do it yourself you’ll need a tall ladder, gloves, a face mask, and I would personally need a safety person under the ladder and lots of prayers.  As important as regular home maintenance is the treatment of issues before they escalate to larger problems.  This HGTV article outlines some important tips for preventative spring maintenance.  There are tips I hadn’t even thought of, like examining any wood trim to check for damage and to repair these before the spring rains come.  Doing a thorough once around your house to check for issues is a great (free!) idea, and is something I will definitely be doing this spring.

Spring clean your garden

I have coworkers and friends who spend money every single month on their garden and outdoor needs.  One friend hires gardeners each spring to ready her backyard gardens.  She hires a team of 3 people there for an entire day to ready her gardens.  She estimates that this costs her around $300.  She brings them back from time to time through the summer to weed her garden.  Being the frugal Bargainmooser that I am, I cringe at the prospect of paying money for gardening.  I know the more effort I put into gardening at the beginning of the season means the easier my gardening and weeding will be through the summer.  This summer I plan to make some changes to my gardens, as they are full English gardens which I do not love, but they came with our house.   This excellent article on gardening.com outlines some great spring gardening tips.  I will definitely employ the tips on dividing and transplanting, as my garden is overgrown with hostas.  Anyone want some free hostas?  Mulch is something we wrestle with each year, and we have never bitten the bullet to buy it.  We have a large number of square feet of gardens, and to cover it all in an appropriate amount of mulch would cost us about $500.  I am second guessing our decision this year, as each weekend last summer was full of weeding and getting my hands dirty.  So not fun for me.

Spring cleaning and maintenance is an essential part of home ownership.  I am planning on staying at this house until we retire, so we need to take very good care of it so that it lasts.  I am not a handy-woman, and my husband isn’t handy either, so we need to ensure that we set aside a budget each year for any repairs and preventative measures we need to take for our home maintenance.  Bargainmoosers, what are your top frugal spring cleaning tips?

Photo credit: Chiot’s Run

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March 23

Costco Canada: $20 Off Hoover TwinTank Steam Mop – Now $110 (Was $130)

Posted by on March 23, 2014 at 9:00 AM

Costco Canada: $20 Off Hoover TwinTank Steam Mop   Now $110 (Was $130)

Just in time for spring cleaning, ditch your icky old-fashioned mop and invest instead in the Hoover TwinTank steam mop, which is currently on sale for $109.99 (reg. $129.99) at Costco Canada.

To be honest, I never mop. I don’t even vacuum… luckily, hubby takes care of the floors but we keep encountering the same problem: our mops just don’t last very long. At first, we had one of those old-fashioned mop heads but that just didn’t seem to be doing a very good job at all and the floors would take ages to dry, so we switched to one of those mops with a cloth at the end and a product spritzer, but that broke faster than our floors took to dry.

The only mop we have had any success with is the Vileda but… yep, you guessed it, that one broke a couple of months later and we (or should I say, my hubby) liked it so much that we bought the exact same one all over again. Ever since then though, we have been contemplating investing into a more expensive mop and the Hoover TwinTank falls right within our budget and what we want in a mop, which I’m sure is on par with everyone’s expectations! We want a mop that will leave our floors clean and that won’t take forever to dry — with two cats running around, that last one is definitely a must.

This is exactly why we will more than likely be getting the Hoover TwinTank, especially since the best part about it that it cleans by steaming surfaces, which means that it also kills most harmful bacteria that may have laid camp, most notably in the kitchen (i.e., salmonella, MRSA or even staph).

This same mop is actually as high as $139.99 at Home Depot but the best part about Costco’s deal, other than the price of course, is that it also comes with the following extras: 2 bottles of Hoover 2x SteamPlus cleaning solutions, 5 microfiber pads, a cooling tray and a carpet glider.

As usual, shipping is also absolutely free at Costco!

What kind of mop do you use? Would you consider a steam mop?

(Expiry: 30th March 2014)

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March 20

P&G Brandsaver Coupons Now Live

Posted by on March 20, 2014 at 3:00 PM

P&G Brandsaver Coupons Now Live

It is the first day of Spring today and P&G Brandsaver is celebrating with a new batch of coupons. Save up to $70 with these new coupons that will be sent you you free of charge in the mail.

This time around, you can save up to $5 per coupons and they have a great variety. You will find coupons for baby items, laundry, cleaning, beauty items, pet food and more.

Here is a look at some of the great coupons this time around:

  • Save $1 on any Olay Sensitive Body Wash product
  • Save $1 when you buy any 2 Dawn products
  • Save $0.50 when you buy any 1 Bounce product
  • Save $1 when you buy any Duracell battery pack
  • Save $1 when you buy any Pampers diapers
  • Save $2 when you buy any Iams dog or cat dry food
  • Save $1 when you buy any Iams SO GOOD! dry dog food
  • Save $0.50 when you buy any 1 Downy product
  • Save $1.50 when you buy any Pepto Bismol product
  • Save $2 when you buy any ZzzQuil product
  • Save $2 when you buy any Pampers diapers or training pants & wipes
  • Save $0.50 when you buy any 1 Tide Simply Clean & Fresh
  • Save $5 when you buy 1 Swiffer Bissell STEAMBOOST mop

As for the expiry dates, they are all different.  You will be able to order 32 coupons at a time but there are more than that being offered.  What I do is order my 32 coupons and then order a second batch right after.  They will allow you to order each coupons once per account so this is the way to do it.

We will have all of the P&G Brandsaver coupons posted up on the Bargainmoose coupon forum.

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January 17

How To Be A Frugal & Organic Cleaner

Posted by on January 17, 2014 at 8:00 PM

How To Be A Frugal & Organic Cleaner

Do you spend too much money on cleaning supplies? You really don’t have to, as there are many frugal ways to clean your home, and the best part is not only do they save you money, but they also are better for the environment and your health. Really, most chemical-dependant cleaning supplies are usually cheap and there is almost always a coupon for them, but the effects on your health are not cheap. I have phased out almost all commercial cleaning products in my home and where I couldn’t, I buy organic and eco-friendly products, usually from Well.ca when they have a sale. Below I will give you some tips on how to clean your house without spending more than a few dollars.

Prevention

First, prevention is key to keeping a clean house. The old adage of “clean as you go” really applies here and saves you time and even money. If you let a mess sit and build, it only gets harder to clean. Think baked on spaghetti sauce on your stove top. Other ways to prevent messes include taking off your shoes outside, wiping your dog’s feet before they come in, giving your dishes a slight rinse before putting them in the dishwasher, wiping down your shower or bath and your taps after using them and not having children. Okay, so the last one might be a tough one, but your kids can perform all of these actions as well.

Vinegar

Vinegar and I go way back. It is so cheap! I guess that’s why we make great friends. Besides that, you can buy a large bottle of vinegar for only a few dollars and it will last quite a while. There are a million ways you can use vinegar to clean your home. I like using it as a disinfectant on my kitchen counters and keep a spray bottle mixed with about 20% vinegar and 80% water under the sink. I also like to use it in my laundry to freshen up towels that may have sat for too long. Mix it with dish soap and you can use it to clean your shower and tub, or your floors. Vinegar is so perfect… Vinegar Tips has those millions of ways to clean with it.

Baking soda

Baking soda goes on sale for about $1 a box and like vinegar, it has many uses. You can use it as a safe scouring agent for your toilets, stove tops and sinks. I love to use it with my best friend vinegar to clean the drains. Simply pour the baking soda all over the sink and down the drain. Follow slowly with vinegar and watch it fizzle as it cleans and unclogs the drain. End with boiling water. You can also use it to absorb odours in your fridge. For the multitude of ways to clean with baking soda, check out The New Homemaker. Another great use I found it for was to get rid of “boy pee smell” from my bathroom. Boy pee smell is when you have young boys (and probably some men) who aren’t great at aiming quite yet and the smell seeps into your tile or bathroom flooring. It is a very nasty thing and baking soda and vinegar work well to cut this smell so your kids are allowed to urinate inside the house again.

Essential oils

While essential oils might cost more than a few pennies, you only need a teeny tiny amount, so they will last a long time. If you feel that using vinegar and baking soda just doesn’t yield that “just clean” smell, essential oils will make your home smell fresh and not chemically clean. They are great for disinfecting and getting rid of mold and mildew, too. They also make great fabric refreshers, so your dog doesn’t die from the Febreeze sprayed all over its bed. For one hundred ways to clean with essential oils, check out Mind Body Soul Essentials.

Pumice stones

What disheartened me at first when I started with natural cleaners was that if the toilets were too dirty, they didn’t get a great clean from those products. Enter in the pumice stone. Very cheap to buy, this baby scrubs like nothing on that toilet guck and gets rid of everything except the white porcelain. Want to know how? Check out Apartment Therapy.

Castile soap

This soap can be both expensive or inexpensive to buy, depending on what you need. I buy Dr. Bronner’s and while the liquid large bottle goes for $20, the bars of soap are only $5 and can last for quite a while. We use it to wash all of the floors and I love the lavender scent.

Citrus fruit

Lemons and other citrus fruits smell great, but they also do double duty as a cleaning agent that can remove stains and mildew. Another cool trick is to put a lemon in the microwave, turn it on for 30 seconds and your microwave will be easy to wipe down. I also like the idea of putting fruit that may be past its prime into a pot of water on the stove top and turn it on low. The scent will act as a natural air freshener. Lifehacker tells you how you can put lemons, limes and more to good use.

Old clothing and fabric

When my kids have clothes that are stained or torn beyond repair, if they are the right type of fabric, I will often cut them up and use them as rags and sometimes dishcloths. There is no point in throwing out perfectly useable clothing and spending money on buying new cloths to use to clean. Similarly, if you have some wool kicking around, you can make these wool dryer balls that will save you money (and the toxins) you would have spent on dryer sheets.

Bargainmoosers, do you have any ideas for natural cleaning ideas that won’t squeeze your wallet? Let me know in the comments below!

(banner image credit: go_greener_oz)

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October 18

Well.ca: 40% off Gain Laundry Care

Posted by on October 18, 2013 at 2:00 PM

Well.ca: 40% off Gain Laundry Care

Get a substantial 40% off Gain Laundry care products right now at Well.ca. This sale includes detergent and dryer sheets.

Is there loyalty to laundry detergent? If there was, I would have to say the Gain ad campaign for ‘your clothes were never there’ featuring naked men cooking or at the gym looking all natural in their sweaty environment probably would have made me switch my loyalties to Gain. The advertisements were so risque that when considering if I would use one for the banner on this post I actually ended up rejecting it in the end for fear someone would turn on their computer to the dear ol’ Bargainmoose and freak at the sight of a jolly gentleman on a stationary bike while promoting Gain detergent. But seriously, look the ads up. They are hilarious!

On to the actual deals: 40% off is a good chunk of change and the discounts show it. This bottle of Gain High Efficiency Laundry Detergent is regularly priced at $8.58 but is now on sale for $5.15. You can get Gain Dryer Sheets – 120 count – for the same price on sale: $5.15 down from $8.59.

Get free shipping on all orders of $25 or more. Make sure to check the forum for any Well.ca coupon codes you might be able to use.

(Expiry: 20th October 2013)

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September 25

Well.ca: 30% Off Cascade & Clorox

Posted by on September 25, 2013 at 1:00 PM

Well.ca: 30% Off Cascade & Clorox

Well.ca is offering both Cascade for your dishwasher and Clorox for cleaning your house on sale for 30% off this week.

When we had a dishwasher we used the Cascade ActionPacs. We always tried to buy in bulk to cut down on the price per load. You can get the 90 pac of Cascade ActionPacs with Dawn on sale for $15.39 instead of $21.99. That works out to about 17 cents a load.

The sale that is really interesting to me is the Clorox sale. I seriously had no idea this company made so many different products. I always thought of them as the ‘bleach company’, yet they make a lot of household cleaning brushes and detergents. On my wishlist is the Clorox Comfort Grip Scrubber With Mesh Scour Pad, which was $2.99 and is now $2.09. It looks like the perfect size for a multitude of jobs. I also want the Clorox Diskette Dish Brush, as it is the perfect size and shape for cleaning the inside of water bottles, jars, and my blender. Originally $2.99 and is also now $2.09.

Well.ca offers free shipping on $25+.

(Expiry: 29th September 2013)

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September 9

Well.ca: 40% Off Dawn & Bounce

Posted by on September 9, 2013 at 9:00 AM

Well.ca: 40% Off Dawn & Bounce

Well.ca has two great deals on household supplies this week. Get 40% off both Dawn dishwashing liquid and 40% off Bounce fabric softener sheets.

First the Bounce sale. If you have sensitive skin, but like your clothing static free, try the Bounce Free Fabric Softener sheets. Originally $6.49 they are now on sale for $3.89. If you are lucky and don’t have to worry about sensitive skin, then you can go for some great scented dryer sheets. These Bounce Awakenings Fabric Softener (100 sheets) originally cost $9.99 but are now on sale for $5.99.

The Dawn sale is just as appealing. For an ultimate clean pick-up, Dawn Ultra antibacterial dishwashing liquid was $3.99 and is now $2.39. The antibacterial features is especially great for cleaning cutting boards that are used for meat, fish, eggs, and other food. You do not want to cross-contaminate!

Shipping is free on orders totaling $25 or more and if you are spending more than $40, check out our exclusive coupon that could get you $10 off your purchase.

(Expiry: 15th September 2013)

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September 2

Well.ca: 40% Off Select Gain Laundry Detergent

Posted by on September 2, 2013 at 2:00 PM

Well.ca: 40% Off Select Gain Laundry Detergent

Well.ca is offering 40% off select Gain products this week.

I have never used Gain laundry detergent but I figure a 40% off sale is really good. You can buy either powder detergent or liquid detergent. Their dry detergent is regularly $8.99, but after discount is only $5.39. The liquid detergent is originally $8.59 and is now on sale for $5.15. They even have high efficiency detergent for your HE washers. It is the same price as the regular detergent.

Note: The discount might not show for you when you click through to the main product page (linked above) but when you click through to the individual products it should be working. I couldn’t see the discount on the main page but once I clicked on a specific product I could see the marked down price just fine.

Enjoy free shipping on orders of $25 or more.

Be sure to visit our forums to check for Well.ca coupon codes you might be able to team up with your order.

(Expiry: 8th September 2013)

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August 28

Well.ca Promo Code: Free Home Cleaning Bundle

Posted by on August 28, 2013 at 2:00 PM

Well.ca Promo Code: Free Home Cleaning Bundle

You must be a new customer to get this bundle, but if you haven’t shopped at Well.ca, here is some incentive. Using the promo code below, enter it at checkout after you’ve spent $60 and you’ll get a free home cleaning bundle automatically added to your cart. I also noticed that when you spend that much, you’ll get some other free samples too.

Click here to shop @ Well.ca now

  • Coupon Code: CLEANHOME
  • Discount: Free cleaning bundle
  • Expiry: 31st August 2013

This home cleaning bundle would make a perfect starter kit for someone going away to school or moving out to their first place. You’ll get:

  • 20 capsules of Finish Quantum dishwasher tabs in lemon scent
  • a Lysol no-touch hand soap dispenser
  • a 251 mL LYSOL Healthy Touch no-touch hand soap refill in refreshing aloe & vitamin E
  • 250 mL Finish jet-dry rinse agent
  • 8 mL Air Wick flip & fresh in lavender & chamomile
  • 60 mL Woolite by Zero extra dark laundry care laundry detergent

If you need help getting to that $60 threshold to get you the free bundle, check out all of the Well.ca sales, like 15% off nut butters, 25% off select Lysol, 25% off Disney gummy vitamins and 20% off massage oils and candles.

Shipping is free on orders over $25.

Check out the Bargainmoose forum for more Well.ca coupon codes.

(Photo Credit: Jaymie Koroluk)

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August 19

Well.ca: 50% Off Select Tide – Now $4.99

Posted by on August 19, 2013 at 5:00 PM

Well.ca: 50% Off Select Tide   Now $4.99

Well.ca has a rather hefty 50% off select Tide laundry detergent at Well.ca this week. Enjoy bottles of Tide that were $9.99 for only $4.99.

The bottles on sale are 1.18L bottles, which will handle between twenty to twenty-five loads depending upon the type you choose.  If you have an HE washer and like to clean your clothes with cold water to be environmentally friendly, then this Tide Coldwater HE Liquid Laundry Detergent is just the stuff for you at only $4.99 now.

Personally I always have trouble with chemicals and perfume and stuff in my soaps so for years we used the Tide Free & Gentle Detergent which is also only $4.99. If you are a bit more sensitive, why not try it out?

My husband only uses Tide, and he has since before I met him. I’m not sure why he shows such brand loyalty when he usually isn’t that loyal a guy to any particular brands. However, his clothes are always cleaned with Tide. Odd thing.

Orders over $25 will ship for free (excluding remote locations), otherwise, there is a flat rate of $4.99.

(Expiry: 25th August 2013)

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