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    Wasnt sure to where to post this,,,so ill start here

    where is the cheapest place to buy a new swiffer wet jet starter kit???

    I have a $3.00 coupon from save.ca,,,but still would like to find a great deal..

    Any input would be greatly appreciated

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    i dont know.. but im gunna keep an eye out on this thread to find out.. hehe i have a coupon too and want to try one out
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    I saw it for $20 at RCSS and Loblaws.

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    $24.99 at Canadian Tire and they have the solutions for $5.89, neither of these are sale prices but if you bought them and some extr a solutions you get the $10 CDN Tire Card.

    I love my wet jet but a couple of things to know beforehand, you have to buy the pads, I've tried my own cloths and it just doesn't work. None of the coupons are ever for wet jet refill products so unless you can stock up when you see sales be prepared to pay full price. SDM did take a coupon that said any refill Swiffer product but I think it was a fluke.

    Also depending on your cleaning style I find the solutions a bit too powerful so when my refills are empty I punch a hole in the top and put Mr. clean/water in the sink..squeeze the bottle and fill it that way. Works like a charm.

    But even with those downsides I still love my wetjet.
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    Buy it and use the MIR that is on their website, link below:


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    Great! That gives me something to think about, $20 is a good deal, or more at C. Tire, but they have the gc promo on,,,and i just read about the money back guarantee and thats a good idea. I have a wet jet now, my 3rd actually, i use my alot and find they dont last forever. Usually the handle breaks or something breaks on it not many things last forever i guess

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    I might totally be talking out my butt, I thought I saw someone on here post about how toxic the cleaner inside Wetjets are for pets and kids...anyone remeber the link?

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    daisybear is right. I remember reading something about dogs getting sick after licking the floor after they have been cleaned by the Wet Jet solution.
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    RCSS has there wet jet on for $20.20

    I would be curious about the dog/kid thing. My coupons are coming so I would be interested in this info. too

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    I bought a Wet Jet last week at RCSS for $19.90 - $6 coupon wub the refill too! Refills were half price $3.49! Awesome deal!

    The pads were 8.69-1cpn & I used PC GC from the Glade promo!

    I still have a couple $6off coupons if you want to trade! exp 31March2010

    Btw, I love it! I do have a dog but she is out of the house when I use it...so haven`t had any problems...
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    I was just in RCSS (West) tonight and they were still tagged at $20 from the last sale. That is a good deal and perhaps the solution would also still be half price also!

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    I still have a couple $6 coupons for WetJet starter kit & wub 1 refill...PM me! They expire 31March! Awesome deal!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Colsgirl View Post
    Buy it and use the MIR that is on their website, link below:

    Not meaning to come across as a bish, but this is not a MIR, it's meant as recourse for consumers who are DISSATISFIED with the product and wish to be recompensed for a product that did not perform as promised and/or failed to meet the buyer's expectations (and will therefore no longer use).
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    Quote Originally Posted by maidennomore View Post
    Not meaning to come across as a bish, but this is not a MIR, it's meant as recourse for consumers who are DISSATISFIED with the product and wish to be recompensed for a product that did not perform as promised and/or failed to meet the buyer's expectations (and will therefore no longer use).
    agreed! please don't abuse it!!

    i think the cheapest ive seen was at walmart for 14.xx i believe? it was part of their anniversary sale! but yea, as someone mentioned above, theres a $6 coupon wub the refills/pads as well, it sometimes works out to be free refills + $3 off the wetjet!

    as for the solution, ive heard some people make their own! or even dilute it! i agree..its much too strong!
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    Quote Originally Posted by camera_mom View Post
    $24.99 at Canadian Tire and they have the solutions for $5.89, neither of these are sale prices but if you bought them and some extr a solutions you get the $10 CDN Tire Card.

    I love my wet jet but a couple of things to know beforehand, you have to buy the pads, I've tried my own cloths and it just doesn't work. None of the coupons are ever for wet jet refill products so unless you can stock up when you see sales be prepared to pay full price. SDM did take a coupon that said any refill Swiffer product but I think it was a fluke.

    Also depending on your cleaning style I find the solutions a bit too powerful so when my refills are empty I punch a hole in the top and put Mr. clean/water in the sink..squeeze the bottle and fill it that way. Works like a charm.
    But even with those downsides I still love my wetjet.
    There are multiple coupons out there for refill solutions and pads for the Wet Jet as I have them from brandsaver, save .ca, on-line brandsaver....

    I have heard the solution can be harmful for pets but apparently (I could be wrong) it is only when the solution is wet...I actually take the cap off carefully and put my own non-toxic solution in the bottles ..I find this works very well...

    I also bought refill pads from dollarama which are also working just as well as the name brand ones...

    should a piece of your swiffer break...if you contact the company they will send a replacement piece free of charge, along with coupons for the product...

    can you tell I love my swiffer
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