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Sears Operating Instructions -- Kenmore Undercounter and Portable Automatic Dishwasher -- Models 587.7013 and 587.70051

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  • Thanks for the reminder about Sears laundry detergent. I used to buy it when I was first married, but then forgot about it. I'm glad you found out about using only half as much detergent. I do that with any good brand. Our clothing doesnt get really dirty, and I find manufacturers try to get you to use more than what you need for the job... Also, its easier to rinse out.

    I've been reading about Sears detergent on this site so I went to Sears & bought the orange box of "ultra plus laundry detergent with stain fighting formula". It was 120 loads for $5.88.I haven't opened it yet, but when I looked online for Sears detergent it said it was by Desota. Did I buy the wrong one? It's not in the bucket, but I don't need HE & thought this was the same without HE. Is this the same one you are all raving about? I don't need HE, but I do like low suds. If I got the wrong one, I'll return it. I only wanted it because everyone said how good it is.

  • Sears is closing a lot more stores, but they have not thrown in the towel yet. I read the detergent is discontinued because the manufacturer that produces it is no longer going to..but who knows... I am not buying any more Sears detergent as I have a boat load. I mix it 2 to 1 with STPP and its a good preformer. I can't see anyone liking scent to like the Sears, it has a very light citrus scent in the box, but, leaves no scent on clothes. I don't have fading or harsh dry clothing with it as some have. Perhaps because the STPP is sequestering the harsh chemicals and helping with rinse.

    Yeah, I recently bought 5 more boxes of the Sears detergent because I knew sooner or later it would be too late because all of the stores would be closed. I will just have to deal with that when it happens. I can't see buying any more. I have a huge tote full in my garage, along with 2- 5 gallon buckets full. That will last me years. Those powder detergents are one of the reasons I will keep a TL. I will never get through all of my powder detergent with a FL.

    joe254 said: Sears HE Ultra Plus Detergent Sale: $19.99 and $14.99 thru May 26, 2007. The $19.99 bucket, regular or with fabric softener, does 275 loads vs 120 loads for the $14.99 OXI Plus.

    Sears HE Detergent


    This is not at all a hot deal because Sears sells at this price most of the time.

  • OnePenny said: joe254 said: Sears HE Ultra Plus Detergent Sale: $19.99 and $14.99 thru May 26, 2007. The $19.99 bucket, regular or with fabric softener, does 275 loads vs 120 loads for the $14.99 OXI Plus.

    Sears HE Detergent


    This is not at all a hot deal because Sears sells at this price most of the time.


    Most of the time the sale price is not advertised.

    The deal used to be even hotter when Se@rs offered the detergent sale priced and Buy 1 Get 1 Free; and there were $5 off $25 coupons laying around the pick-up kiosk. The good old days.

    Sears is the only detergent I've used since I got my first FL years ago. Guess I will go see if I can still stock up. If not what do you all recommend? I'm not into laundry like many of you so I just want one good all purpose detergent. I've been quite satisfied with the Sears detergent plus oxyclean for stains. What do you recommend?

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I also want to say...for those that would like the Sears detergent if only it had more scent. You can buy scent booster beads, grind them up in a old food processer (they go farther this way) and stir them into the detergent.