expired 2.7kg Vanish Napisan Gold Pro Oxi Action Stain Remover $14 (½ Price RRP $28) @ Coles

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I've been going broke from lurking the ozbargain forums since 2009 and this is my first post to give back to the community. I found this deal at the Sunnybank QLD Coles store. There were about 10 buckets of each of the Pink and White Gold Pro Oxi powders on the shelves last night. I'm not sure if it's nationwide but a quick search shows that it's available in many stores in various states.

What is it used for: saving elbow grease and allowing you to hang onto that favourite old shirt that should have been binned years ago removing stubborn stains from clothing and fabric

Is this for you? Well, do you fit into the following scenarios?

  • Are you a serial messy eater and get more of the food sauce on your clothing than in your actual belly?
  • Do you regularly spill good red wine or coffee on your tops?
  • Are you an exhausted parent sick and tired of cleaning your children's grass-stained clothes?
  • Did that annoying bird poop on your shoulder, again?
  • Are you trying to hide that red lipstick mark left on your shirt?
  • Did you only realise that you sat on chocolate bits in the car after arriving at the classy event in your fancy white outfit?
  • Were you a hero for taking your drunken friend home from the pub only to have them repay the favour by puking all over your favourite hawaiian shirt?

Well never fear as Vanish NapiSan Gold Pro Oxi Action is here; to help remove all of those evidence stains with minimal effort. It's been tested to remove 100 different stains from clothing.

As per the usage instructions, do not use on fabrics with non-colourfast dyes and please do not swallow it.

I think the deal may end tomorrow so get in before they, Vanish :)

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Comments

  • +5 votes

    +1 for the effort. Keep the post coming in the future.

  • +2 votes

    I don't know if someone notice they keep the old price and reduced by 100 gr the 1kg ones and 300 gr the 3kg ones.

    • -1 vote

      And Napisan is the only one doing that?

      Well to be fair, most of the time a product gets smaller and the price grows more expensive…

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        Who said Napisan is the only one doing it? :P

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        It may be what we're used to, but you might be surprised to know that in a well functioning economy products should go down in price over time.

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          So eventually evening is free?

          I'm going to freeze myself tomorrow so that in the future I won't need to work or have money.

        • +5 votes

          a well functioning economy

          Australia is a neoliberal oligarchy that serves the wealthy at everyone else's expense so it's hardly a well functioning economy.

          Neoliberal economic theory itself is obviously completely wrong, as evidenced by reality, and is simply a rationalisation for the oligarchy. In a nutshell trickle down economics isn't a thing and the private sector is not better than state run enterprises for most industries.

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      Yes, my shopping list says "buy when it is $5/kg or less."

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    Nice deal and good job!

  • +8 votes

    Can you please do more bargains? I don't even care what for lol - that was an entertaining read!

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    Doorstep challenge anyone?

  • +1 vote

    The blue Aldi one is just as good if not better. Anyone remember the price? $3/kg?

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    Nothin' beats a weekend with a basket full of stained clothes and a big ol' tub of San!

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    Thanks op. Is there a big difference between the two? The pink one has more of the active ingredient, but then the white one seems better particularly for whites?

    • +2 votes

      I haven't used the white version but it claims to make your white garments up to three shades whiter vs grey fabric. I think many ladies would prefer the 50 shades of grey version so napisan have clearly targeted the wrong market :)

  • +2 votes

    If any Amazon Primers are after the Pink ine
    amazon has 3kgs for $12 delivered

    https://www.amazon.com.au/Vanish-Napisan-OxiAction-Fabric-Re...

    I would post, but it wouldn't be as entertaining as the ops.

    • +5 votes

      Thanks for sharing. Your Amazon post is indeed cheaper and a good deal but it's also the standard version as opposed to the Gold Pro version that I posted if you really wanted to compare apples with apples. What does that actually mean though?

      Well the marketing team claims that the Gold Pro will start lifting stains in just 30 seconds compared to the standard one, plus they specifically state that you should not swallow the Gold Pro one so that must mean you can consume the standard one. No please don't :)

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    Does this stuff work?

    I soaked my white t-shirt in the old product (non oxy) and it didn't do diddly squat.

    • +1 vote

      Your results may vary. For very tough stains I found that pre-treatment is required (rub the powder with some water on the stain to turn it into a mushy paste and leave it soaking for 30mins). This should loosen most of the surface stains. Another soak may be required to lift out deep stains that are embedded in the fabric fibres.

      If that doesn't work then I've heard that bleach works wonders at removing stains and if all else fails and you really want that shirt to be all white then soak the bugger in a bucket of white paint and declare your victory over that stubborn stain! :)

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      If it is still the same as here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FVUDeAJ7PJM, I'd rather ask my grandma how they did it in the good old times.

  • +1 vote

    this deal ($14 sale price) is in the official Coles catalogue for the current promotions.

    there is also 50% discount on Cold Power wash tablets in this catalogue

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    Also great to use as deck cleaner

  • -1 vote

    How does this compare with the aldi equivalent?

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