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Thread: Woot woot!!!! Free resolve at maxi

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    Ok, so I went to the Maxi in Pincourt (my local one) and pm'd the Resolve from Zellers (Thanks Ontest for the flyer ). Here is what I got.....before anyone starts with me, I asked the manager if I can use more than 1 CZ coupon and he said no problem.

    Resolve - pm'd from Zellers - 10x $2 each - 10x $2 cz coupon = FREE

    Nexxus conditioner - $8.24 - pink sticker 50% - $3 coupon = $1.12

    Tax = $0.62

    OOP = $1.74
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    Wah! Not bad at all!
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    Score!! AND you got a big bottle of the Nexxus, woot!

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    Happy to see you have done good use of the flyer for you!

    I agree with miaow, yeah for the big bottle of nexxus (instead of the sample size)
    Liberty of one finish where liberty of the other one start

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    Thanks guys, I felt like I stole something .... I could not believe it!

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    hey!! It was great seeing and talking with u today - great brag!!!

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    What do you guys use Resolve on? I haven't bought any. I figured it's for real tough stains like grass? My kids are beyond that, lol.

    Or like Seinfeld says, if it's blood, laundry should be the last thing on your mind.
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    This stuff is great on all types of stains; however, if you happen to have put the stain in the dryer (like DH does), I suggest letting the Resolve sit overnight.
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    It's great on grease stains on clothes. I've gotten old stains out on tshirts that were washed many times before. Someone said it's also good on carpet stains, still have to try that one.

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    For grease stains, I suggest you to take dish soap and pour on the stain directly.
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    I second dish soap. Dawn, for example, is used by a lot of clothing "professionals" and people working messy jobs (cooks, artists using oil paint, etc) to remove butter, stubborn fruit stains, etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MiaowTheCat View Post
    I second dish soap. Dawn, for example, is used by a lot of clothing "professionals" and people working messy jobs (cooks, artists using oil paint, etc) to remove butter, stubborn fruit stains, etc.
    and also great to clean tubs!!
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    Did NOT know that Ariel! Makes sense though. Thanks for the great tip!

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    Tubs dans le sens de baignoire?

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    and also great to clean tubs!!
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    Yes, tub= baignoire

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