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Powder detergent is slightly cheaper. Powder detergent will run you $0.10 to $0.24 per laundry load. The lack of liquid and the lightweight cardboard boxes used for packaging keep the product ...Contact the supplier
These are the two ends of the global laundry detergent market. Consumers in the US, accustomed to liquids or newer unit-dose pod products, may not be aware that powders are alive and well in ...Contact the supplier
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Powder Laundry Detergent, Alpine Clean, 155 Loads 9.56 Lbs Arm & Hammer provides a fresh-smelling and high-performing powder detergent at a bargain price, washing 155 loads. $24Contact the supplier
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