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Stop the laundry detergents 2x3x along with the higher prices.

How does the comsumer stop the high cost of laundry detergents. Now I see that the marketing department of the top ten makers have also started a campaign to 2X and 3x fabric softner also. Along with this will be a 2x price tag that the comsumer is forced to pay. Why has are right to choose been taken away from us?

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I do ALL of my detergent shopping at a Dollar General store.  Brand names are cheaper, and the brand X's are really cheap.

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