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Amazon.com has 6-Pack Braun Clean & Renew Refill Cartridges (CCR6) for $23.74 when you checkout via Subscribe & Save (select the later date from the "First Delivery On" menu). Shipping is free. Thanks mnontheroad

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Amazon has the 6 count Braun Clean and Renew Cartridges for $24.94. > Now $24.99

Save an additional 5%/15% with Subscribe and Save:

5% - $23.70 > Now $23.74
15% - $21.20 > Now $21.24

Note this is the 6 pack at the lowest price per CCC

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07D1W3...UTF8&psc=1
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You can actually clean out the used container and refill it with alcohol, water, and lemon essential oil (unless you prefer different scent) instead. Adding enough oil will deter evaporation. Pretty easy. If you do this, make sure you add enough water. If not, the sensor will struggle because alcohol alone will not conduct electricity for the sensor.
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I been using these for years and I have never had 1 evaporate on me even after 5 months. Not sure where you are storing them. I keep mine under the sink.
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Same price @ Walmart with free store pickup. No S&S discounts.

https://www.walmart.com/ip/Braun-.../948821926
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Same price @ Walmart with free store pickup. No S&S discounts.

https://www.walmart.com/ip/Braun-.../948821926
But then I have to go to Walmart? 🤷
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These evaporate within a month -- no way they last for 3 months. I shave once a day and run the cleaning cycle. That being said they work well and keep my shaver smelling nice and clean on the face
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These evaporate within a month -- no way they last for 3 months. I shave once a day and run the cleaning cycle. That being said they work well and keep my shaver smelling nice and clean on the face
I wonder if they make refills for them? Like pour the old out, clean the case a bit, and refill? cuz tbh $4/per is still kind of expensive, especially if there is an option to refill the cases.
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I wonder if they make refills for them? Like pour the old out, clean the case a bit, and refill? cuz tbh $4/per is still kind of expensive, especially if there is an option to refill the cases.
They do, but it's not from Braun. You mix a solution with isopropyl alcohol and fill the container. Doesn't smell exactly the same, but looks like it does the trick.
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They do, but it's not from Braun. You mix a solution with isopropyl alcohol and fill the container. Doesn't smell exactly the same, but looks like it does the trick.
Link? Ideally I'd like to be able to follow a guide to refill them myself.
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Link? Ideally I'd like to be able to follow a guide to refill them myself.
https://www.amazon.com/Citrus-Ref...B00B9KED58
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https://www.ebay.com/itm/9-Refill...Sw6WdXi5Q~
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I never bought more of these after the original one ran out. My shaver has been running fine for two years since. Though I did (just for fun) pour a little bit of isopropyl alcohol on the shaver screen while holding it over the sink and running the shaver. I then took the shaver end off, dried it all off, and left it open/apart to dry out. It worked great. Do we really need to use these pricey cartridges?...I don't think so.
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These evaporate within a month -- no way they last for 3 months. I shave once a day and run the cleaning cycle. That being said they work well and keep my shaver smelling nice and clean on the face
I been using these for years and I have never had 1 evaporate on me even after 5 months. Not sure where you are storing them. I keep mine under the sink.
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These evaporate within a month -- no way they last for 3 months. I shave once a day and run the cleaning cycle. That being said they work well and keep my shaver smelling nice and clean on the face
Do you pull cartridge out and close it up after using?
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These evaporate within a month -- no way they last for 3 months. I shave once a day and run the cleaning cycle. That being said they work well and keep my shaver smelling nice and clean on the face
I used to put the cap back after use then they last extremely long time. But the liquid looks disgusting(no easy way to remove the waste from the liquid) so I no longer do that.
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But then I have to go to Walmart? 🤷
Same as Amazon, buy enough stuff & shipping is free. Or just buy one & pay shipping if you don't drive right by Walmart often.
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Dang I just bought this from Costco.com for $24.99 + tax.
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