Go ahead.  the powder does not work all that perfectly, but a low dose will 
dissolve just fine and clean the clothing.  You could make a slurry of the 
powder, if that makes you feel better.   My stacked units have no issue with 
oxi type powders

clay



> On Sep 18, 2016, at 4:11 PM, Andrew Strasfogel via Mercedes 
> <mercedes@okiebenz.com> wrote:
> 
> We have a stacked Kenmore HE2 washer dryer.  Someone gifted us half a tub
> of Kirkland powdered detergent - industrial strength but not HE rated.
> 
> http://harrisburgstore.com/kirkland-laundry-detergent-super-concentrate-powder-kirkland-laundry-soap/?gclid=CJ-RufmBms8CFYckhgodSacDfQ
> 
> My thinking is that I would be OK to use small measures of the Kirkland
> because there is nothing intrinsically different about HE certified soap
> other than its low sudsing characteristics.  Any thoughts?
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