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Tide Reviews
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By: Christopher Scott Email Article
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When it comes to Laundry Detergents, I must say that after trying many different laundry detergents, that nothing can compare to Tide Products. Whether you’re a mom raising 2 children, or a starving college student like myself, Tide gets it done! I rash very easily and after trying many other laundry detergents out there, I must say Tide is the only one that works. Tide can be more expensive than other brands, but Tide Products is by far the best detergent out there. One way I’ve learned to save money on Tide Products is not to fill the detergent tray to maximum. This is a common mistake that many like myself have made, but it’s a simple fix to get more money out of Tide Products.
Nothing is worse than having to remove stains from your clothes, especially your favorite T-shirt! The Proctor & Gamble company has come up with effective ways to more easily remove stains. Try these steps below!
Stain Removal Tips
Different stains can require different removal processes. The good news is that most stain removal procedures are similar, except when it comes to pretreating. Follow these tips on how to get stains out of your favorites, no matter the cause:
1. Remove the excess stain. Use a paper towel, a fork or a brush to get rid of as much of the stain as possible on the garment. This particularly applies in cases of dried-in stains.
2. Pretreat stains. Here it’s important to know the type of stain you are dealing with, because each requires a different pretreatment method:
• Treat enzymatic stains with liquid detergent and Tide’s unique Zap Cap, the detergent bottle cap with special stain-removing bristles.
• Presoak grease stains with liquid detergent in warm water.
• Rinse garments affected by body-soil stains under cold water.
• Presoak and wash bleachable stains with powder detergent.
• Presoak clay or dirt stains in cold water with liquid detergent.
3. If you pretreat with a cap, then make sure you cover the stain with liquid detergent, rub the cap’s bristles vertically, horizontally and in circular, gentle motions for better stain penetration.
4. Add detergent according to the product labels and the load size.
5. Wash your garments according to the instructions given by the fabric-care label.

Personally, I like using Tide Pods versus the traditional detergent because it already uses the right amount of detergent to wash clothes without you having to pour liquid into the detergent tray, and this in effect can also save more money with less uses of detergent. Many people aren’t aware that even Tide Samples are also just a click away so that you can try it for yourself first before buying. Use Tide Detergent, that’s all I can say! Get your Tide Samples today! https://tinyurl.com/TideReviews

When it comes to Laundry Detergents, I must say that after trying many different laundry detergents, that nothing can compare to Tide Products. Whether you’re a mom raising 2 children, or a starving college student like myself, Tide gets it done! I rash very easily and after trying many other laundry detergents out there, I must say Tide is the only one that works.

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