Liquid vs powder detergents: What is better for your washing machine?

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Liquid vs powder detergents: What is better for your washing machine?
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Benevolent Benevolent
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Both are ok... 

Powder detergent if its of good quality also works as good as liquid... 


Specific Detergents for top load/front load is all marketing gimmik ..We are using washing machine from last 30+ year and we throw cheapest of cheapest powder detergents and have not caused any issue

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Liquid

Deal Cadet Deal Cadet
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Why? Is this just a marketing gimmick created by the corporate?

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Pro DealBaba Pro DealBaba
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Depends on the type of your machine.

Deal Cadet Deal Cadet
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Front load washing machine 

Benevolent Benevolent
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Both are ok... 

Powder detergent if its of good quality also works as good as liquid... 


Specific Detergents for top load/front load is all marketing gimmik ..We are using washing machine from last 30+ year and we throw cheapest of cheapest powder detergents and have not caused any issue

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Pro Shopping Friend Pro Shopping Friend
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Definitely Liquid

Deal Subedar Deal Subedar
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Doesnt matter much.. 1-2 din aage peeche.. machine jab kharab honi hogi ho hi jayegi

Deal Cadet Deal Cadet
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Liquid doesn't shrink my cloths or reduce their shine

Powder does

Deal Lieutenant Deal Lieutenant
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Bhai Pani mein Jake dissolve hota h na koi sa bi daalo

Liquid state ya powder ... All marketing

Finance Ninja Finance Ninja
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No
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Deal Cadet Deal Cadet
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Liquid detergents are often preferred for their ease of use and ability to dissolve quickly in water. They are effective in cold water washes and are generally less likely to leave residue on clothes. Liquid detergents are also suitable for pre-treating stains directly.

On the other hand, powder detergents are known for their efficiency in tackling heavy soil and stains. They often come in cardboard packaging, which can be more eco-friendly than plastic containers used for liquid detergents. Additionally, powders tend to be more cost-effective and have a longer shelf life.

When deciding between the two, consider factors such as the type of washing machine you have, water hardness in your area, and personal preferences. High-efficiency (HE) machines typically work well with both liquid and powder detergents, but it's essential to use the right amount to avoid over-sudsing.

Experiment with both types and observe how well they perform in your particular circumstances.

Finance Mentor Finance Mentor
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Use liquid, dissloves quickly and works better, 10+yrs experience... (will not argue), but for spot + brushing cleaning, put some powder detergent, little splash of water and rub, then put in machine... I keep both.

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Whatever I can pile up from loot offer

Deal Subedar Deal Subedar
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No liquid no detergent only Sand

Deal Subedar Deal Subedar
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Water matters!

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