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I use all three of those separate use the orange tide bottle liquid that's for colors powder I like using 4 white because it actually gets them white again LOL and then I always throw up what it is things in there just for the hell of it0
I just feel like liquid detergent gets "distributed" more evenly throughout the load than the powder or pods...10
I use liquid. I haven't had any issues with it. I use all free and clear.10
What Girls & Guys Said
Something like this, not messy, least amount of plastic, easy to use, easy to store.10
Liquid Persil - The expensive $25 stuff. It's expensive, but it works.10
I always wash in cold water and the dry detergent does not seem to completely dissolve.0
Tide with downy...
I've used that for over a decade, this detergent doesn't irritate my skin like other detergents do10
Like powder but it comes in tablets, about this big.10
The powdered one has more uses and therefore you get your money’s worth10
I use a liquid. Tide actually.10
We've been using tide liquid for years22
Cheer but unfortunately it has been discontinued20
not sure, and not sure why0
i like the liquid kind cause it mixes in better10
Capsules, they are way less messy.10
Capsules for me. Just more convenient20
Here's a little secret: the chemicals in all of those formats are exactly the same. Powder costs the least, and comes in the most environmentally-friendly packaging (a cardboard box). But you pay more for the liquid (the container and the water cost more to make and ship), and you pay a LOT more for the capsules. And do you know what is in the capsules? The exact same powder.
Of course, they spend a lot of money to get people to buy the more expensive options - but that's only to make more profits for the company. You don't get better results, and in fact, you often get worse results because you can't adjust the amount of detergent to the size of the load with the pods.