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Old 09-18-2011, 06:30 PM   #1
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OK, so where do you all buy this stuff? I've checked two local grocery stores and the nearest wal-mart. All I've been able to find is the Oxy-Clean Versatile, which has the perfume added.

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Old 09-18-2011, 06:33 PM   #2
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http://www.walmart.com/ip/Oxi-Clean-...i_sku=11028064
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Old 09-18-2011, 06:49 PM   #3
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My wal-mart must just be out of it. All the oxy I have on hand is old from back before they had the perfume and stuff added. Still works fine but it's pretty caked up and a pain to deal with. Guess I'll just keep getting by with that until wally world gets it back in stock.

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Target has their own brand, no scent. Half the price of oxyclean too.

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My wal-mart must just be out of it. All the oxy I have on hand is old from back before they had the perfume and stuff added. Still works fine but it's pretty caked up and a pain to deal with. Guess I'll just keep getting by with that until wally world gets it back in stock.

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Ya can order it off the site, only 97 cents shipping....Thats what i do..
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Target has their own brand, no scent. Half the price of oxyclean too.
Ah, cool. Didn't know about that.

Have to run to Lowe's later on to get some 2x4's to build a beefed up bottom shelf for the spare fridge so it'll be all ready for my kegs when they show up on Tuesday. There's a Target right next door, I'll have to stop in there. (Don't normally shop at target since it's so much further away than wally world, but since I'm going to Lowe's anyway.....)
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It's called up and up oxygen cleaner....it's right next to the oxyclean.

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It's called up and up oxygen cleaner....it's right next to the oxyclean.
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I'm assuming it's the same stuff as oxy and works just as well?
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I never used real oxyclean, but I'm using this stuff right now. Making label removal a breeze. It has to be better than anything wallyworld sells since they cheapen every product they carry.

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I use the Oxyclean versatile with the perfume added... makes my beer smell great...Seriously though I have never detected any smell left from the oxyclean versatile... what would the odor cling to? I use it for cleaning kegs, buckets, bottles etc. I rinse everything and then sanitize with Iodopher. Absolutely no trace of of oxyclean perfume. Just another myth I think. I buy it at Sam's Club... last time I bought it was $11.00 for a 14# box. The wife uses it in the laundry and kitchen. She swears by it like I do.

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