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Member's Mark Wind Fresh (Sam's Club) laundry detergent

 
Approximate retail price:
$0.08
Summary: Member's Mark cost $0.08 per regular wash load
  • Detergent form is a Powder
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Type: Laundry detergent for HE and standard washers (tested in HE machines)
About - Member's Mark Wind Fresh (Sam's Club)

The Member's Mark Wind Fresh (Sam's Club) is part of the laundry detergent test program at Consumer Reports. In our lab tests, laundry detergent models like the Wind Fresh (Sam's Club) are rated on multiple criteria, such as those listed below.


Type:
Detergent type this includes: Liquid, Powder, Sheets and Devices which are detergent-less washing systems.

Cool water cleanability:
This is the washing performance of the detergent in cool water (75 deg F).

Warm water cleanability:
This is the washing performance of the detergent in warm water (90 deg. F). A score of "0" indicates that the product was not tested in warm water.
Features & Specs - Member's Mark Wind Fresh (Sam's Club)
info FBA/Brighteners No
info HE and conventional Yes
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User Reviews - Member's Mark Wind Fresh (Sam's Club)
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5.0
History of Windfresh
4/8/2015
Pros
Cleans Better Than Most
Easy To Use
Effective
Gets Stains Out
Great Scent
Inexpensive But Effective
Safe For Delicate Clothes/Skin
Simple Instructions
Cons
Best Uses
Cleaning
Home
Industrial Business
Laundry Room
Comment:
Windfresh was created in 1984 by the Cleaning Buyer (Me) at Price Savers in Salt Lake City with Huish Detergents. Price Savers was sold and the merchant with Pace tryed to change the label. Consumers went crazy! Sam's bought Pace in 1994. Sam's has occassionally tryed to change the label and the same reaction from consumers. In 1984 we did something right and it's still right!!!!!
How long have you owned it:
More than six months
Bottom Line
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
 
5.0
Judge the new look
1/13/2014
Pros
Safe For Delicate Clothes/Skin
Cons
Best Uses
Laundry Room
Comment:
Bought the new look thinking it was the yellow cover. I have been using the yellow cover for over 5 years and find it wonderful. The yellow cover was non-phosphate, tru color - new look says same great formula; but label does not specify if it is non-phosphate or tru color. Please note I am reviewing the yellow cover. I do not know if to use the new look since I only use detergent that are non-phosphate and color guard.
How long have you owned it:
A month or less
Bottom Line
 
4.0
Laundry soap
8/21/2013
Pros
Easy To Use
Effective
Gets Stains Out
Simple Instructions
Cons
Best Uses
Laundry Room
Comment:
It does that job. I didn't notice any suds and it's not real perfumy like Gain. But it got the clothes clean. Just make sure you use a good fabric softner.
How long have you owned it:
A month or less
Bottom Line
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
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