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Good price, but I had a huge box of these. They don't clean well at all. Almost threw them away.

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One of the highest rated on Consumer Reports, though not the Orange ones. Not sure that makes a difference.

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They do a good job for me but this is an add on item...or subscribe and save. I just spent $34 yesterday - wish I had known then.

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fitzie2 said:   They do a good job for me but this is an add on item...or subscribe and save. I just spent $34 yesterday - wish I had known then.
  

this is not an add-on with SUB & SAVE. Just do sub & save and buy it, free shipping, then cancel the subscription after you get your gelpacs.

You do not need to buy anything else. the title clearly says it's sub & save, so why the confusion??

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Mitch said:   One of the highest rated on Consumer Reports, though not the Orange ones. Not sure that makes a difference.
  

it's the same thing, just a dye to make them orange with a different scent. same basic cleaning ingredients.

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mogulman said:   Good price, but I had a huge box of these. They don't clean well at all. Almost threw them away.
  
do you use finish drying liquid agent?  I use both powder mostly, unless these tablets come on heavy discount, and in both cases, using Finish jet-dry rinse aid helps with making dishes look clean.

edit: Actually, I noticed these are the gel versions.  I thought that gel weren't as good as the solid tablets or powder.  
 

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So, every time i buy the gelpacs, they end up all stuck together in a giant clump. Does that not happen to everyone? maybe its drips frmo the sink or humidity, but they become useless every time.

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These work great in premium dishwashers like mine. I would recommend storing them in a 30 cal ammo can because of the nice o-ring seal keeping out moisture. Just a cheap plano ammo can will work for this purpose or tupperware depending on what stuff you have on-hand ready for re-purposing. Don't pick them up with wet hands due to the risk of adding moisture to the other ones stored beside of where you are grabbing. Remember these are covered with a water soluble plastic substance that breaks down from water(slowly breaks down unless the water is hot). Dry rice works as a desiccant if you need to reduce ambient humidity within the container after it is sealed back up. 

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