Aldi fan favorite Di San returns to shelves after fears it’s ‘discontinued forever’, sparking a shopping frenzy
- Aldi’s Di-San prewash stain remover is back in stores
- It was previously hard to come by and customers feared it would be discontinued.
Customers rejoice at the return to shelves of a popular Aldi cleaning product, allaying concerns that it has been ‘discontinued’ for good.
Sophia from Victoria spotted Di-San Prewash Stain Remover at her local store and was quick to share photos on social media.
The $2.15 purchase is a hit with shoppers nationwide for its ability to remove tough stains from carpets, clothing, and surfaces.
‘It’s back! Photo taken just now at Caroline Springs Aldi in CS Square,” Sophia wrote, sharing an image to the Aldi Fans Australia Facebook group.
Di-San Prewash Stain Remover is back in stock at Aldi (pictured). The $2.15 purchase is a hit with shoppers across the country.
The affordable buy is ‘oxygen activated’ to remove tough stains and has a eucalyptus scent. It is also made in Australia.
Customers raved about the update and shared their excitement in the comments on Sophia’s post.
‘That’s good news!’ one person wrote.
“I told my kids, ‘You know you’re an adult when you’re excited that prewash is back in stock,'” one mom quipped.
Another said: ‘I have this. I made my blouses so white.
WHAT CAN DI-SAN USE TO CLEAN?
- Range Hood Filters
- Showers and bathtubs
- carpets and materials
- Rugs and carpets
Earlier, another Australian woman used Di-San cleaning spray to remove a large coffee stain from her cream carpet in just two minutes (before and after pictures pictured)
An Aldi employee also joined the conversation, sharing why the product has been hard to come by in the past.
In addition to the purple bottle, there is also a pink ‘degreaser’ version.
‘Aldi worker here – I’ve been seeing a lot of posts about the availability of this product [and] pink vs purple,’ she said.
“Just a bit of inside information: Usually the boxes are no longer a mix of both varieties, so we might get six boxes one day, but they’re all purple, and the next week we get all pink.”
“Unfortunately, it doesn’t alternate perfectly and we may only have one color for several weeks.”
“This is out of the control of individual stores, but you can confirm that none are discontinued and you should be able to ask a staff member to contact nearby stores to find out if they have the color you’re looking for.”