Meet the new Tide detergent bar soap. This laundry bar gives an outstanding clean to all your garments, especially your whites, and even works on tough areas like collars and cuffs to give you an impeccable clean. Tide specifically created this phosphate-free detergent bar to remove dirt and stains and leave you with brilliant whites with the right amount of foaming. You’ll be sure to love the spectacular cleaning results that Tide’s detergent bar cloth soap will give your laundry. You can pick up this detergent bar in different pack sizes to fit your needs and usage. Available in Tide White Detergent Bar Soap and Tide Blue Detergent Bar Soap. Try it with Tide Detergent Powders for a truly powerful clean and get your whites bright again!
Read on to learn how to wash clothes by hand with a bar soap effectively, like Tide Detergent Bars, to give your laundry the best results and more!
Tips for Using Tide Detergent Bars
Use in the spot treatment of stains. Rub the Tide Detergent Bar cloth soap directly onto the stain until the stain is completely covered with soap. Once you’ve pre-treated the stain with Tide Detergent Bar, put the garment into your laundry and wash as normal. You can use the Tide Detergent Bar to pre-treat stains like grass, food, and sweat stains.
Use in handwashing. If you need to handwash your garments and have tough stains that you need to remove, you can use the Tide Detergent Bar soap to pre-treat stains before handwashing.
Use the Tide Bar to clean garments directly. Just rub the bar all over wet clothes and scrub them to wash.
Tackles stains tough areas. Use the Tide bar to clean hard-to-reach areas like the collars and cuffs.
How to Use Tide Detergent Bars: A Step-by-Step Guide
Look at the garment to see what kind of stains and spots there are.
Soak the garment in soapy water for a few minutes before rinsing. In the case of tough stains, you can soak the garment overnight.
Dampen the Tide Detergent Bar in the water.
Gently rub the Tide Detergent Bar over the stains for 10 to 30 seconds. You can also use a laundry brush to scrub the stains and get the detergent bar to rub deep into the fibres of the fabric.
Remove the garment from the water and drain. Refill the sink or the bucket with clean water and dip the garment to rinse off the soap suds.
Hang the garment out to dry.
Benefits of using a Tide bar soap
Use the Tide Detergent Bar soap to
get an outstanding clean, especially for white garments
remove tough stains from areas like collars, cuffs, and underarm stains
use a detergent that is free from phosphates in the formulation.
Safe use of Tide Bar Soaps
Tide Bar Soaps are safe to use, as there is no risk of spillage, but they should still be kept out of the reach of children. Other home safety measures you can take to keep your laundry room and your home safe are the following:
Never let children handle laundry products and choose child safety products whenever possible to prevent children from opening the package.
Follow all recommended product instructions and pay close attention to all home safety warnings, like ‘Caution,’ ‘Warning,’ ‘Danger,’ or ‘Keep out of reach of children’ statements.
Wash your hands after doing laundry, as well as any utensils/equipment you use to dispense or measure detergent.
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