Can Tide pods be used in any washer?
Laundry detergent pods work best in standard top load washers and high-efficiency top-loading and front-loading washers. Washers with automatic detergent or fabric softener dispensers don't mix well with pods. Therefore, never place pods in dispenser drawers, only in the drum. via
How do pods work for laundry?
Their pods are basically highly concentrated Tide detergent (the detergent in pods contain 10% water, while the regular liquid detergent is 90% water) inside a small, dissolvable film in square-shapes. The protective film completely dissolves in water, without being an environmental hazard. via
Where do you put Tide pods in a top load washer?
Place the pac(s) at the back or bottom of the machine drum, not in the dispenser drawer. The number of pacs necessary depends on the load size. To guarantee superior performance, add two Tide PODS® pacs into the washing machine drum before you add clothes. via
Can I use Tide pods in Speed Queen?
The simple answer- yes, it does matter which laundry detergent you buy. It can also leave your laundry smelling great, looking brighter, clean away stains and keep clothing looking like new. There are a range of detergent types available- liquid, powder and detergent pods. via
Why do my Tide pods stuck to my clothes?
The problem, according to Tide PR person Lauren Beene, is that the pod doesn't dissolve fully in the water, causing a whitening agent to deposit on your clothes and leave a mark. via
Do laundry pods work better than liquid?
Liquid detergents remain the most widely sold type, and while pods are convenient to use, eliminating the need to measure, even the best pods, also known as packs, can't match the cleaning power of CR's top-rated liquid detergents. Some pods are more expensive per load, too. via
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Can you use Tide Pods in cold water?
Tide PODS® Coldwater Clean laundry pacs offer an effective clean in only one step, even in cold water conditions. Tide's cold water detergent dissolves completely in cold water and does not produce excess suds, thanks to the Tide PODS®' special film and HE Turbo technology. via
How do you stop a pod from getting stuck on the washing machine?
Start by holding the stained area taut under on-the-hotter-side-of-warm running water. The warm water will help to dissolve any of the membrane from the pod that may be lingering in the fibers, and the force of the water will help to push out the staining from the detergent. via
Do you need to use fabric softener with Tide Pods?
The pods do not contain fabric softener, so if you would normally add fabric softener to your laundry then you will still need to do so. via
Are Speed Queen washers worth the extra money?
In our opinion, the Speed Queen washer is well worth the money. If you are tired of mold and mildew in your front load washer, this brand will give you reliable performance over years to come. Speed Queen is the only residential washing machine that can handle commercial grade load time after time. via
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Why do Tide Pods not dissolve?
Why does this happen? The detergent pod can have trouble dissolving all the way if the washer is overloaded, if the cycle time is too short or if using very cold water for washing clothes. These situations can create conditions where there isn't enough water or time for the pod to fully dissolve. via
Are Tide pods good for white clothes?
Tide PODS® Ultra OXI do an especially great job protecting your colors and helping to brighten white clothes. Because the formula of Tide Ultra OXI HE Liquid contains built-in pre-treaters, surfactants, and enzymes, it effectively removes even the toughest stains in just one step, wash after wash. via
Are Tide Pods septic safe?
are they septic safe?? Answer: All Tide products have been thoroughly evaluated to use in homes with septic tanks. As long as you follow the recommended amounts as directed, they do not damage the septic system (including aerated systems) or plumbing systems with a properly functioning septic tank. via