What is your favorite laundry detergent?

What is your favorite type of laundry detergent?

  • Tide

    Votes: 9 30.0%
  • Gain

    Votes: 2 6.7%
  • All

    Votes: 1 3.3%
  • Store brand

    Votes: 3 10.0%
  • Green friendly

    Votes: 2 6.7%
  • Other

    Votes: 13 43.3%

  • Total voters

john mariner

New Member
Washing is okay but I got a automatic washing machine that dries clothes also so I am really good now . I sue some local detergents that are very effective
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Cloud Watcher

Well-Known Member
I use Purex After the Rain scent. I am sensitive to perfumes, but this is one that makes the clothes smell nice but doesn't wreak havoc on my sinuses. Unfortunately, Kmart is gone, which was where I used to find it. I finally discovered I can get it through Amazon, but it costs twice as much.


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I own a cleaning company and have a lot of very dirty, stinky rags to wash at the end of every week. After a lot of frustration over them not coming clean, I did some research and learned that powdered detergent works better on dirty stuff and liquid on greasy stuff. This combined with my Speed Queen washer that allows me to actual use enough water to wash my laundry and problem solved. There is not much powder sold anymore, but I found a huge bucket of Arm and Hammer at Home Depot for $25. It is a great value.


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My sister has an LG washing machine and dryer. They are SO quiet, almost completely noiseless. Wish I had that. but I need to get a house first. :hehee


Robin, I haven't seen Cheer in a long time but I did like it also. Tide is my go to now and also have found that washing soda added to the white things works even better than bleach.