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Great stuff for the price!!
High Performance Cleaning Action at a low cost per wash. Removes tough dirt and stains and is safe for all machine washable fabrics and colors. He rated for use in ALL WASHER TYPES including new High Efficiency and Traditional Top Loaders. 11.15 lbs. box will last 120 washloads under normal use.
* High Efficiency Enzyme cleaning action helps to remove your toughest ground-in dirt and stains * Color protection ingredient resists fabric fading * Suspends soils for clear rinses * Cleans in all water temperatures * Formulated for use in ALL WASHER MODELS * Non Phosphate and Safe for Septic Systems * More compact dosage and packaging means Less Waste to Recycle * Long lasting supply and economical cost per wash=best value * Available only at Sears
charliehm said: It is a good price & it does good in warm water on white items but if you wash bright color clothing it will definitely bleach out the colors.
That's been my experience with detergents. I have a box of tide for my darks & vivids, and a box of gain for my lights & blands (though Gain is still high end compared to many others I've tried).
I have found it's so not worth buying uber cheap detergents unless I'm washing permastained, faded, torn rags. Thankfully with $2 polos and $10 slacks from FW, that's not the case.
A&H: doesn't clean well, clothes don't smell very clean Kirkland: fades & wears clothes out, doesn't clean or disolve well Tide: works great, too expensive for cheaper half of my closet though Gain: smells good, cleans well, a little more rough on the clothes than the Tide Purex: fine for washing dishrags & similar whites with bleach added and 50% more than the cup measures, nothing else
I've tried a great many others, being a frugal experimenter and all, but I don't recall the results of the rest other than "not good enough" to stick with. Though I also have yet to move to a front loader/HE setup.
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