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Tide Washing Machine Cleaner, 3 Pouches
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Cleaning Agents (Biodegradable Surfacants), Oxygen Bleach (Percarbonate), Sodium Carbonate, Sodium Sulfate, Perfume
Note: Remove clothing or other items before using Tide Washing Machine Cleaner.
For maintenance: Use Tide Washing Machine Cleaner once a month or clean & freshen your machine.
If Odor Problem Or Visible Residue Already Exists: Use 1 pouch per week for 3 consecutive weeks following the instructions below. Then. continuing to use 1 pouch per month for maintenance.
For a top load washing machine - Pour 2 pouch of Tide Washing Machine Cleaner directly into your washer tub.
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Top Customer Reviews
We gave this Ahh-Some Washing Machine Bio Cleaner a try, but given all the foam it creates, it's clearly not intended for HE machines. This product is similar in name to Affresh High Efficiency Washer Cleaner, but the latter is manufactured by Whirlpool, and is still quite expensive.
We were at Target looking into our options when we happened to see this Clorox Washing Machine Cleaner. It was literally half the price of Affresh and Tide's washing machine cleaners, so we decided to give it a whirl. It's Clorox, after all, so surely it must be good.
Tide Powder vs Clorox Liquid
We really like both the Tide and Clorox washing machine cleaners. Both do a nice job, and we would use either one again. However, there are some differences between the two:
> Cost - The biggest difference between Tide and Clorox is the cost. Clorox is basically $1 per use, while this Tide costs about $2.50 per use; sometimes less depending where you shop. Either way, Target is consistently cheaper for both products.Read more ›
I thought this product was a little pricey (around 7.5 bucks or so at the local store); however, I think it has been very helpful (but also hard to find).
To help with my sour towel smell I have also started...
1. Adding color safe bleach to my towel loads.
2. I am drying my towels almost to the "fry/crispy state".. the "most dry" setting on my dryer.
I would follow the packaging and NOT use this stuff to wash your clothes... and I consider myself a little OCD when it comes to cleaning.
The cleaner did not stink up my 800sqft apartment, and did not stink up the clothing I washed immediately afterward (I use perfume-free detergent). Will happily use when it gets funky again in six months.
I am a proud first time home owner. My household came pre-furnished with appliances including Samsung front loading washer and dryer. both of which I never have used beforehand.
After several months I noticed a strong odor coming from the laundry room. After some searching I realized that the scent was coming from the front loading washing machine. I googled front loading washing machines and discovered this is a common occurrence. Unfortunately the preventive measures I discovered would be of no use, I needed something strong to help eliminate the smell and bacteria.
I decided to give Tide washing machine cleaner a try and I am glad I did.
I followed the directions that tide recommends to a "T." You want to run this product in an empty washer full cycle with hot water. For more sever cases of smell and bacteria, it is recommend you do a treatment once a week over several weeks. I had to do this last instruction to properly eliminate all the odor from my washing machine which I am very thankful for.
1) When your washing machine is not in use, leave the door open to dry out as much as possible
2) If using softener, switch to dryer based sheets instead of liquid softener
3) If you do a load with bleach, do the load last as the bleach kills bacteria
4) If you do not use bleach, purchase a bottle and run a cycle without clothes using hot water and one cup of bleach. Preform this routine once every few weeks to keep the bacteria at bay and from becoming a problem.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Bought this at the grocery store this morning and put a packet in my washer. OMG. Within 15 mins, my laundry room was so full of a noxious smell, I had to leave. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Gattina
just use bleach as directed on the bottle works just as well to great rid of odors.Published 2 months ago by carly humphrey
This cleaning powder leaves a horribly strong smell in the washing machine for weeks after use. I think it is supposed to smell "clean", but it so strong that it actually... Read morePublished 3 months ago by RobCL
Even after washing clothes, I would see white streaks/residue on darker clothing. It seemed like detergent residue or something. Read morePublished 4 months ago by olenska
Most front load washers require a liquid to be put into the washing dispenser. This is a powder and doesn't work with my washer.Published 4 months ago by marymac00