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Old 07-17-2012, 09:55 PM   #11
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quick question, where are you buying the Calgon, I didnt find it in Georgetown or Brampton.

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Unfortunately, I have not had any luck finding Calgon dry powder or liquid in Canada. I'm usually kepting an eye out for it whenever we camp in the US.

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Old 07-17-2012, 09:59 PM   #12
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Unfortunately, I have not had any luck finding Calgon dry powder or liquid in Canada. I'm usually kepting an eye out for it whenever we camp in the US.

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hmmmmm wonder what it would cost to send you fine folk some ?
what about if it fits it ships from usps ? $10.00 might get you 3 bottles in the box ?

IM heading to pick some up tomorrow !
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Old 07-17-2012, 10:19 PM   #14
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hmmmmm wonder what it would cost to send you fine folk some ?
what about if it fits it ships from usps ? $10.00 might get you 3 bottles in the box ?

IM heading to pick some up tomorrow !
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Nice thought but the shipping to Canada would be expensive...have to use a courier service probably because of the weight. If a courier service, you'd have to pay a brokerage fee to clear Canada Customs.


Perhaps you could send it through the regular mail...envelope full of white powder...it'll get through Customs no problem!


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Old 07-17-2012, 10:26 PM   #15
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Nice thought but the shipping to Canada would be expensive...have to use a courier service probably because of the weight. If a courier service, you'd have to pay a brokerage fee to clear Canada Customs.


Perhaps you could send it through the regular mail...envelope full of white powder...it'll get through Customs no problem!


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$40.00 for a large flat rate box from united states post office to canada .
12 x 12 x 6
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Thanks for the offer, but we're good. We do a lot our camping in the US so finding it there hasn't been a big issue. In fact, have another trip planned for New Hampshire in mid Sept. One box lasts us more than a year.

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Thanks for the offer, but we're good. We do a lot our camping in the US so finding it there hasn't been a big issue. In fact, have another trip planned for New Hampshire in mid Sept. One box lasts us more than a year.

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Thanks for the offer, but we're good. We do a lot our camping in the US so finding it there hasn't been a big issue. In fact, have another trip planned for New Hampshire in mid Sept. One box lasts us more than a year.

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Not sure you can find it in Loudon either.
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I can not find it in northern WI so I guess I am too close to canada....lol
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Use the cheap Dollar store fabric softner,makes the black tank slick as *****. We are not cooking with this stuff,and you do not have to worry about buying Calgon on the (Black) market. Youroo!!
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