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Liquid All Free. I have a front loader and found powder to cake up since there's not as much water. I use the All Free because it's fine for hubby's SUPER sensitive skin.
Wegmans Grocery store brand
and Alex Baldwins mom loves Wegmans
and then she did a commercial with Alex for Wegmans (scroll down a bit to view the spot)
The article stated they shot the commercial at the Fairmount Wegmans. That is the store I used to shop at until I move out to the boonies
disclaimer - I have not received any income, discount or anything of value from this post -
Only the satisfaction that Syracuse has something to be proud of!
Do you take some of that to church when a member..... :smilewinkgrin:
Whatever liquid is on sale.
I (rather my wife) uses our supermarket's own brand of liquid in sachets. Out of the brand names in the poll, I recognised just one, Tide. I haven't seen that for years.
Popular brands here include: Daz, Bold, Ariel, Fairy, and Persil.
Kroger had some liquid kind that was $1.94; that's what I bought last Thursday night.
I use a brand that's not listed called All.
Mostly, my wife and our daughters make our own but we might buy Tide or Biz or All or something like that to suppliment it.
I use Purex. Perferably the dyefree/scentfree liquid, but I've used it all over the years! It's one of the few brands I can use without everyone complaining that their clothes are "itchy".
Amway liquid.....a good Baptist friend sells it, and I buy through her Amway website. It is great detergent!
Mrs. Meyers Clean Day
Works REALLY well for sensitive skin. I react to perfumes and certain chemicals (like Bounce dryer sheets, for instance, which will give me a skin condition akin to poison ivy) and we've found this to be a very good detergent.
We usually use the lemon verbeena blend.
The new Tide stain release...love it
All small and mighty
Liquid, but I make my own at the cost of 1/6 to 1/3 of store price.
All free and clear, occasionally Woolite but only if I can get it for $3 or under. I never pay more than that, which means occasionally I end up getting Purex if there's no sale I can combine with a coupon on the other stuff where I shop because that's $2.
Some sensitivity here, found All Free and Clear to be the best one for that while still getting clothes clean. Generic/cheaper brands tend to be highly scented and the unscented doesn't do a very good job on any I've tried.
Whatever Wifey tells me to use. When it comes to laundry, I'm not allowed to think. :laugh:
We get our laundry detergent at Sam's Club...:thumbs:
And use there brand-- Member's mark.
Just started using there fabric softener too.
I use Tide.
I'm curious, tho--how to you make your own detergent?
There are several ways. I even make my own fabric softener. I would suggest you might Google homemade laundry detergent. Most have to cook theirs so I did not like all that work as well as the lumpy results.
I buy no name dish liquid in a concentrated form in large sizes (a dawn substitute) and then cut it 3 to 6 times with water and bottle it for laundry soap. The cutting depends on how hard your water is. Three times for hard water and 6 times for not so hard water. Then I use the same amount as regular detergent would call for.