Buying Mrs. Stewart's Laundry Bluing

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February 18, 20190 found this helpful

Amazon has it. www.amazon.com/.../B009M7ESPA?tag=thrif06-20

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February 18, 20190 found this helpful

Hi,

In addition to Amazon, Ebay also has it. Here is the link:

www.ebay.com/.../2282416956?iid=253417375775&chn=ps

Blessings,

Robyn

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February 19, 20190 found this helpful

I didn't price it out, but the company itself sells it:

mrsstewart.com/.../

Hope this is what you are looking for!!

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February 25, 20190 found this helpful

It seems this listing on eBay is the very cheapest around as the price on Mrs. Stewarts' web site is $7.00 per 8 oz container and only that cheaper price if you buy 3 containers (cost plus $6.00 shipping)..

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Seller also has "make an offer" so you may even get it for less money.
$1.82 plus $5 shipping = $6.82

www.ebay.com/.../253417375775?hash=item3b00da481f...

It is also sold for less money at your local Ace Hardware..

www.acehardware.com/.../1566934?x429=true&utm_source=google...

For anyone that is not familiar with the product here is a description of this product.

"It is a simple, concentrated blue liquid that optically whitens white fabric. It does not remove stains, does not "clean", but adds microscopic blue particles to white fabrics giving yellowed fabrics that "just bought" whiteness for over 100 years."

This is a product that not too many of the younger generation will be familiar with but in my younger generation this product (not necessarily the same brand) was sold and delivered by sales people who carried a variety of products in their cars and had routes where they peddled their merchandise every 2-4 weeks.

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These sales people were of the same type as the Jewel Tea and Watkins salesmen who had the same type of routes.
These salesmen were usually a welcome site to the many housebound mothers who rarely got to visit a "mercantile" store that carried such products.

It was also thrilling to small children (like me) who got to see all these strange and mysterious looking bottles and packages that were only in stores/places they were never allowed to visit.

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