The HE Tide seems very watery, like diluted. What gives?
The HE Tide seems very watery, like diluted. What gives?[/QUOTE]
HE detergent is made not to get sudsy, that could be why its diluted looking. We have an HE washer and while it need 'special' detergent a regular washer can use HE detergent. The reason for the lack of suds is HE washers use much less water and clean in a different way (the clothes dont sit in a tub of water)
And do you find that HE washers work well? Don't the clothes get worn out from all the extra friction of rubbing against each other, rather than having water as a cushion?
and you can definitely use HE detergent in a regular washing machine.
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I know.... I LOVE Tide... I have used it since I got in the "going home" kit from the hospital after the birth of my now 34 year old daughter. I won't do laundry if I don't have Tide or Downy....awesome combination...it really gets the laundry clean a fresh smelling...oh, and it HAS to be original scent Tide, and April Fresh Downy....lol... creature of habit?? maybe......
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