Laundry detergents

Tide Ultra Stain Release
Approximate retail price:
Summary: Tide cost $0.25 per regular wash load
  • Detergent form is a Liquid
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Type: Laundry detergent for HE and standard washers (tested in HE machines)
About - Tide Ultra Stain Release

The Tide Ultra Stain Release is part of the laundry detergent test program at Consumer Reports. In our lab tests, laundry detergent models like the Ultra Stain Release are rated on multiple criteria, such as those listed below.

Detergent type this includes: Liquid, Powder, Pods or packs, and 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).

Grass - Very good at removing:
This indicates that the detergent is very good at removing Grass stains.
About This Brand

Tide is the leading brand in liquid laundry detergent with a 28 percent share. In 2007 Proctor & Gamble introduced a full replacement of its liquid laundry detergent lineup, which includes Tide and Gain. The new 2X concentrated formulation provides the same number of loads in a more compact bottle. Tide also makes a wide variety of different detergents for specific uses: HE, Coldwater, Totalcare, Tide With a Touch of Downy, and Tide Ultra with Dawn Stainscrubbers are just a few formulas.

Features & Specs - Tide Ultra Stain Release
info FBA/Brighteners Yes
info HE and conventional No
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User Reviews - Tide Ultra Stain Release
User Reviews
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(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)
A Good Product
Does A Great Job Of Clean
Easy To Use
Gets Stains Out
Great Scent
Safe For Delicate Clothes/Skin
Simple Instructions
Best Uses
Laundry Room
My wife uses it several times a week. It is a great cleaner.
How long have you owned it:
More than six months
Bottom Line
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
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