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What kind of laundry soap do you use?

Asked by Frenchfry (7584points) July 23rd, 2010

I love the smell of Tide.. I use Tide.

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MrItty's avatar

Whatever national brand is cheapest.

KhiaKarma's avatar

My hubby can always tell when I don’t use Gain- his favorite. He would wear Gain if they made it as cologne, I know he would!

I prefer a more lilac smell.

jazmina88's avatar

purex 3 in 1…...i have liquid purex…..but now it smells strong.

like arm and hammer as well.

I dont see paying 6 to 8 bucks for laundry detergent.

Luffle's avatar

I use Tide. I’m not sure why but it has to be this brand.

chels's avatar

Tide <3.

MaryW's avatar

Tide and I put Palmolive original dish detergent on spots or possible stains

Pied_Pfeffer's avatar

Tide detergent and Downy for a fabric softener.

Aster's avatar

arm and hammer “sensitive.”

Austinlad's avatar

For years I used what my family always did—regular ol’ Tide or Cheer—but I grew to hate the smell of detergent and now I buy detergents that are free of dye, perfume, etc. No particular brand.

Sharrona's avatar

I like Surf, Gain, or Arm & Hammer

YARNLADY's avatar

Tide with bleach

figbash's avatar

Even though the liquid stuff is sooooo much better and less of a pain in the ass, I think one of the best smells in the world is Tide Original powder. It’s getting harder to track down the boxes but that smell on sheets is amazing . . .

lillycoyote's avatar

I generally use All Free Clear or Tide Free. Both free of perfumes and dyes. I have pretty sensitive skin and some detergents make me itch and get my skin inflamed and I also can be sensitive to some synthetic scents.

MRSHINYSHOES's avatar

Woolite for Darks.

NaturallyMe's avatar

I use Amway’s laundry powder, because it’s the cheapest (except for one other brand) (and it works just fine too).

silky1's avatar

I was a Tide free and clear user,but now I’ve grown to like Gain with bleach.

tedibear's avatar

Tide free and clear. Mr. Tedibear has some allergy issues, so I look for ways to reduce allergens, which can be scent based for him. Funny thing, I had gotten a pair of jeans from a friend and she washed them first. I opened the package and the smell of detergent about bowled me over! Not bad, just a surprise.

AdvanceSubsonic's avatar

Tide or Snuggle.

naconasong's avatar

I use Gain I love the smell of it, I used to use Tide but then they changed the formula or something and it started to make me itch so I changed to Gain.

casheroo's avatar

All Free & Clear, and Dreft for the baby clothes.

Neizvestnaya's avatar

All Free & Clear. As long as a liquid has no dye, perfume, fabric softener, brightener or bleach in it then I’ll give it a try.

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