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What is It? ARM & HAMMER Super Washing Soda Detergent Booster adds extra cleaning and freshening power for tough jobs throughout your home. Super Washing Soda works as a detergent booster for your laundry and can also be used all throughout the house as a household cleaner. Super Washing

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    Default Washing Soda - what is it? Where to buy it?


    What is It?

    ARM & HAMMER Super Washing Soda Detergent Booster adds extra cleaning and freshening power for tough jobs throughout your home. Super Washing Soda works as a detergent booster for your laundry and can also be used all throughout the house as a household cleaner.

    Super Washing Soda helps to neutralize and eliminate odors, not cover them up with perfumes. It is unscented and contains no water pollutants or dyes.

    Where to Buy it?

    Laundry Section at Walmart, Target, Major Grocery Store Chains, etc

    Super Washing Soda comes in a 55-ounce carton. If you are having trouble locating this product, you may want to ask your local store manager to order it for you. It may be helpful to provide the UPC number: 33200-03020.


    What's In It?

    Super Washing Soda is 100% sodium carbonate. It does not contain fragrance, surfactants or other additives. Not to be confused with Baking Soda which is sodium BIcarbonate

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    I live in Canada, and can find it at the local superstore.
    in the same place i can find Washing Soad, Borax and washing soap, for my home made laundry soap.

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    I was hoping 1 of our CA members would be able to answer this for you, but none have said anything thus far.... I would suggest asking your local supermarket or big box store (walmart/ Target, etc) whether they carry it.
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    I am in Oregon and the only place I have found it is at WINCO--I believe that chain is also in CA.

    Leah--Oregon

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    i was told once that if you cant find it, to microwave baking soda for about 10 minutes and it will turn into sodium carbonate. i havent tried it since i can find it next to the calgon in the laundry aisle.

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    I couldn't find it at my local Wal-Mart but did find it at the Hy-Vee (grocery store).

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    Ok here's what I honestly did!!! I could not find washing soda anywhere either!! We're in a pretty small town, I searched every market we had here to no avail. Really didn't feel like traveling further and coming up empty handed. I had been so excited to have found the recipe when I first joined, I wanted to make my laundry soap ASAP so....... I light bulb went off in my head.

    We used to have a pool at our old house. I remember that the PH+ we used, from HTH, was sodium carbonate. Off I went to Walmart! They had already began clearing out the summer merchandise and I was praying I would find some PH+ somewhere. Sure enough, after a bit of digging, I found two bottles of it. Got them each for $2.50!! Which has enough to make three batches of laundry soap! That should hold me over for a while until I figure out where to find the washing soda, if not I'll jsut grab a few more bottles at the end of season next year!

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    Let us know how that works. How much do you use of that? Any problems-itching etc, let me know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NC_mom View Post
    Ok here's what I honestly did!!! I could not find washing soda anywhere either!! We're in a pretty small town, I searched every market we had here to no avail. Really didn't feel like traveling further and coming up empty handed. I had been so excited to have found the recipe when I first joined, I wanted to make my laundry soap ASAP so....... I light bulb went off in my head.

    We used to have a pool at our old house. I remember that the PH+ we used, from HTH, was sodium carbonate. Off I went to Walmart! They had already began clearing out the summer merchandise and I was praying I would find some PH+ somewhere. Sure enough, after a bit of digging, I found two bottles of it. Got them each for $2.50!! Which has enough to make three batches of laundry soap! That should hold me over for a while until I figure out where to find the washing soda, if not I'll jsut grab a few more bottles at the end of season next year!
    that reminds me, mil use to use washing soda in the pool to keep it clean

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    Quote Originally Posted by wilbe95 View Post
    NC_mom
    Let us know how that works. How much do you use of that? Any problems-itching etc, let me know.
    So far so good!! I used 55oz., just had to measure it out that's all! DH has super sensitive skin so if there was going to be a problem, would've seen it by now. Have been using the soap for a bit over a month now.

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    Thanks, I will hit the stores this weekend to see if there are still some on sale out there.
    That could really help bring the price down some!

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    I know alot of the home improvement stores also sell pool supplies as well, so you might check there. Well be checking for lots of bargains myself this weekend, DH was just laid off.. just found out Friday will be his last day! Thank god I already paid for a 2 month supply of meds! This should be fun

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    So sorry to hear about your husband. Yeah on the meds. Hope a job opening happens somewhere soon for him.

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    Thank you for the advice on pool supplies. I found a huge thing of sodium carbonate at Lowe's this afternoon and picked it up. I'm so excited to be able to cut cleaning costs! I have my borax, my fels naptha, my washing soda...I'm ready!
    Michelle

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    Michelle, you really will save a lot! I like to keep track off how much I spent and how long it lasts just to see what I save, wow quite a bit!

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