If you don’t have any idea about how to use tide pods then maybe you will not be able to clear that part more efficiently then you actually want.
Using tide pods is a technique that you have to flow while washing your clothes and it will become very crucial if you are a housewife because it is your responsibility to take care of the house in a budget friendly way.
In this article you will understand how to use tide pods so that it will give you the best result and also we will give you information about what you should not do while doing it so that it will save you budget and get a better result.
How to use tide pods?
Let see some of the steps to use tide pods to get better results one by one.
The first step in the process of how to use tide pods is that you should first decide the quantity of cloth you want to wash at a time because some time overloading may cause damage to the cloth and also it will require more detergent and even after it will not give you the expected result.
So it is better to avoid the overload.
Now you have chosen the quantity that you are going for then after Using dry hands, remove the laundry pac from the container. For further information about correctly dosing, see the section that follows.
Now Instead of putting the pac(s) in the dispenser drawer, place them at the bottom or back of the machine drum. The amount of the load determines how many pacs are required. Place two Tide PODS® pacs into the washing machine drum before adding clothes to ensure optimal performance. For lesser loads, use one laundry pac; for larger ones, use three.
Now you are all done to place this cloth on the washing machine then place all your cloth on the top of the washing machine.
Now in the 5th step you should care about the label cycle.According to your machine’s directions and the fabric care label on the clothing, choose the proper wash cycle.
Now you are all set and you are ready to get the best result and now you can close the box.
Now let’s go through some of the frequently asked questions in daily life so that if you get any confusion and you have any doubt then you can use this frequently asked question related to how to use tide pods as reference.
Do I simply toss the Tide PODS into the laundry?
Instead of putting the pac(s) in the dispenser drawer, place them at the bottom or back of the machine drum. The amount of the load determines how many pacs are required. Place two Tide PODS® pacs into the washing machine drum before adding clothes to ensure optimal performance.
Does Tide PODS need to be opened?
Do not open Tide pods to use for pretreating to prevent stains or problems with your pods not dissolving. Super-concentrated detergent is used in the formulation of the pods, and it is discharged throughout the wash cycle.
Does one tide pod suffice?
One pod will do for an average load of washing. Use two pods for an extra-large load of clothing, or enough to fill a front-loading washer up to 20 pounds full. Standard top-load washers and high-efficiency top-loading and front-loading washers are the ideal settings for using laundry detergent pods.
What flavor do Tide PODS have?
P&G declared in 2015 that it will add a bitter flavor to its Tide Pods to discourage customers from biting into them. To lessen the possibility of them bursting when squeezed, the pods were stiffened.
Should Tide Pods be used in cold or hot water?
Tide 3-in-1 PODS Free & Gentle are made to dissolve even in cold water and operate in any machine, even if you don’t often use HE detergents. To get started, simply add one or two Tide PODS to the washing machine drum before adding clothes.