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Pros: I saw this product as an advertisement on social media so I decided to give it a try. I purchased the scented one during the trial. It worked great, but I opted to use the unscented as a subscriber. I've been a fan ever since, and it has been nearly a year. This box will last me an entire month, and this is with two adults and one child washing 4-5 times a week - each. It is really cost efficient and my clothes always come out clean, white, colorful and stain free.Cons: Sometimes I have to use more than one pod depending on the number of stains, sweat, etc.
I've used this product 3x now and am pleased with the results. My bed linens came out soft and fresh smelling. I used it on a batch of dark colored tees and notice no fading. The 3rd was just an assorted load that laundered fine. It's often hard these days to find any detergent products that doesn't do harm to the world around us. This products has a, excuse the expression, laundry list of kind-to-the-environment ingredients. The price point keeps it in the realm of most of the other products in kind.Now I will admit that I'm a senior lady who does not have the same washing problems as those who have playground aged kids - but it works for my needs. The adage to keep in mind when making a choice to wash your clothes is "I want them clean and I choose to do no harm".
I have sensitive skin and been using this for awhile now. Works perfect. One pod in a relatively large load always does me. Smells like nothing, gets out small stains, pretty powerful stuff. Lasts way longer than my old liquid stuff, in my opinion. I don't know if it helps but I always throw the pod in first thing with the water (old school washer) so it'll start dissolving. I know some people add it after the fact, but that seems to be less effective for me.
I don't typically write product reviews, but this product is worth writing about. This is the first time I have used this product, and received it a few weeks ago. I have been looking for a good detergent for years that cleans as well as Tide does, and that I am not allergic to. This is the first one that I have tried that fits my needs.Does it Clean? Yes, and it does it very well. When I received my package, I went through my laundry, looking for the dirtiest thing I could find. I found a towel, covered in blood (hurt dog, long story), that I thought I had thrown away a week earlier. I threw in a full-load of towel, along with the blood-stained towel and put 1 Dropps package in the drum. To my surprise, the blood was completely removed...I'm keeping the towel. ;)Allergies? No. For some reason, Tide has been one of the only detergents I am not allergic too, so I have used it for over 4 decades. I have found a few other detergents I haven't had allergy issues with, like Arm & Hammer, but they do not clean as well and my 'white's' start to look dingy or discolored over a few months. Because of this, I have always reluctantly gone back to Tide. After the towel experiment, I washed a load of 'underclothes'. Whoo Hoo...no allergic reaction to my clothes after being washed! I can put my face right into the bag and take a deep 'wiff', with no allergic reaction.Does it leave a smell on clothes? No. The package says 'Fresh Scent', which is a matter of opinion, I guess, but the packets don't smell bad. The smell reminds me of the detergent my grandmother used in the 60's. (I think it was Borax, but don't quote me on that.) I looked up Borax, and it can be used as a laundry booster, so I guess it is possible it has borax in it...ingredients are not listed on the package.The Packets: I love using packets, instead of powder. No mess and if the container falls over, it's easy to clean up. So far, the packets are not sticking together at all (after 3 weeks), but I keep the container closed tight, as specified on package. The packets have a liquid in them, vs. the powder found in Tide packets, so they are very soft.Packet Dissolving: The package states to put the packet in the drum, with the clothes. It also state not to put the packet in the dispenser. My husband used to put Tide packets in the dispenser, and not the drum. He refused to change, stating that they dissolved completely. I had to take a video of the packet NOT fully dissolving before he was willing to change his ways. Obviously habits are hard to break.As long as Dropps stays a good price, I will be a faithful customer.