Costco Costco: Up to $50.00 Off Select Nellie's All-Natural Cleaning and Laundry Products Until October 27 Take Up to $50 Off Nellie's Products!

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Stock up on your favourite Nellie's products at Costco, because you can take up to $50.00 off select Nellie's all-natural laundry and cleaning products!

A Costco membership is not required to shop online and Nellie's products are made with natural ingredients and do not contain artificial dyes or scents, making them a great choice for those with allergies or sensitive skin. There are seven products on sale and we've listed them below.

This offer is effective online and in Costco warehouse locations until October 27. A Costco membership is not required to shop online and shipping fees are included in the online list price.

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    • Thanks for the heads up, been waiting for this sale for a while.
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    • my personal experience:

      dryer balls shed, leaving little white hair on dark clothes
      laundry powder does a poor job removing food stains (1 year old)

      would not recommend, but I know other people really like this stuff
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    • BenK wrote:
      Oct 14th, 2019 7:32 am
      my personal experience:

      dryer balls shed, leaving little white hair on dark clothes
      laundry powder does a poor job removing food stains (1 year old)

      would not recommend, but I know other people really like this stuff
      Never had the problem (or noticed, maybe?) the dryer balls shedding. As for kids clothing and food stains, the oxygen brightener does a really good job with that - we put it in every load with the kids stuff. But, I guess that's just one other thing to buy so I see your point. I'm not sure how other detergents fair (without an oxygen brightener) against food stains.

      Also, OP, your pricing/math is whack in your post..almost every item is wrong. edit: most are fixed, except the dryer balls - they're $19.99 after the $5 off.
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    • I'm still another year away from needing the big tub of detergent.
      As far as woolen balls go, we got the darker grey ones so any shedding isn't noticable on darker clothes.
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    • I’m several years in and still not even halfway through a tub. Love it still.

      I was in South Korea and noticed nellies laundry products being sold in several different fancy home goods stores.
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    • How the heck do I get a makeup stain off a shirt?
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    • The big tub goes on sale every year around this time. It's 10$ more expensive than it was last year and the 2 previous years, when they sold it for 79.99$. Still a decent price, though, given how long it lasts.
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    • hvc wrote:
      Oct 14th, 2019 8:02 am
      Never had the problem (or noticed, maybe?) the dryer balls shedding. As for kids clothing and food stains, the oxygen brightener does a really good job with that - we put it in every load with the kids stuff. But, I guess that's just one other thing to buy so I see your point. I'm not sure how other detergents fair (without an oxygen brightener) against food stains.

      Also, OP, your pricing/math is whack in your post..almost every item is wrong. edit: most are fixed, except the dryer balls - they're $19.99 after the $5 off.
      I've gone through 2 sets (8 dryer balls) in total and can't say I've ever had shedding problems with them.
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    • any idea when we should change the dryer balls?
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    • Anyone have any experience with the wrinkle remover?
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    • I’m almost done my big pail.. last ordered was Oct. 2016! Family of 4 adults and kid midway.. For reference, i got it for $79.99 and the brightener pail for $63.99..

      The brightener i still have 1/3 as i only use for whites and kids clothes..
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    • kaijujager wrote:
      Oct 14th, 2019 9:26 pm
      I’m almost done my big pail.. last ordered was Oct. 2016! Family of 4 adults and kid midway.. For reference, i got it for $79.99 and the brightener pail for $63.99..

      The brightener i still have 1/3 as i only use for whites and kids clothes..
      Jeez, how? I also ordered the same pail in October 2016 right before my first kid was born and it only lasted for about 2 years. Ordered a second pail last fall.
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    • hvc wrote:
      Oct 14th, 2019 8:02 am
      Never had the problem (or noticed, maybe?) the dryer balls shedding. As for kids clothing and food stains, the oxygen brightener does a really good job with that - we put it in every load with the kids stuff. But, I guess that's just one other thing to buy so I see your point. I'm not sure how other detergents fair (without an oxygen brightener) against food stains.

      Also, OP, your pricing/math is whack in your post..almost every item is wrong. edit: most are fixed, except the dryer balls - they're $19.99 after the $5 off.
      Can you kindly share how many scoops of each you use in the wash? E.g., one scoop laundry soda and one scoop brightener pet load?
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    • Do you use the oxygen brightener by itself or with the laundry soda?
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    • I use the laundry powder, and occasionally supplement with oxy clean (which works like the brightener I guess, and is cheaper) for normal day to day cleaning, 1-2 scopes depending on load is clean enough.
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    • MisterTeee wrote:
      Oct 14th, 2019 10:59 pm
      Can you kindly share how many scoops of each you use in the wash? E.g., one scoop laundry soda and one scoop brightener pet load?
      Depends how big of a load your washing, usually 1 of each, but maybe 1.5 brightener. Depends how I'm feeling.
      ssjlancer wrote:
      Oct 14th, 2019 11:19 pm
      Do you use the oxygen brightener by itself or with the laundry soda?
      With detergent.
      eyeball123 wrote:
      Oct 14th, 2019 11:24 pm
      I use the laundry powder, and occasionally supplement with oxy clean (which works like the brightener I guess, and is cheaper) for normal day to day cleaning, 1-2 scopes depending on load is clean enough.
      Where do you get oxyclean for less than 8 cents per load? I think the Nellie's is ~7.5c per when on sale.
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    • hvc wrote:
      Oct 14th, 2019 8:02 am
      Never had the problem (or noticed, maybe?) the dryer balls shedding. As for kids clothing and food stains, the oxygen brightener does a really good job with that - we put it in every load with the kids stuff. But, I guess that's just one other thing to buy so I see your point. I'm not sure how other detergents fair (without an oxygen brightener) against food stains.

      Also, OP, your pricing/math is whack in your post..almost every item is wrong. edit: most are fixed, except the dryer balls - they're $19.99 after the $5 off.
      How do you use the oxygen brightner with your laundry load? I tried using it to get some dirty cash wash water stains off my pants but it won't come off. I'm worried if I put the oxygen brightner in with my laundry load, it'll screw up all the clothes in that load.
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