I used to be a HUGE Tide fan. Then I found Persil and loved how clean it got my clothes and the smell lasted. Then my daughter started complaining about her clothes so in a desperate attempt to one of the many complaints on how her clothes feel I grabbed this detergent because it's a heck of a deal. I am still using Persil in addition to this BJs brand one. I just love it that much!
BJ's members may want to switch to the Berkley Jensen Laundry detergent because right now you can get a huge tub 185 oz for $9.99.
The best part? It works. It gets hard to remove stains out! If you want a detergent that cleans without any perfumes or dyes so you may want to give this one a try.
- You may want to check out my review on BJs Detergent Pacs compared to Tide Pods here.
Another perk? There is a 100% money back guarantee. That means if you don't like it bring it back and you'll get the price you paid back.
Here's the breakdown:
Buy 1 Berkley Jensen Ultra Laundry Detergent, 185 oz. $11.99
- Use the $2.00/1 BJs coupon from the member savings booklet expires 12/24
Final Price: $9.99
What's your favorite laundry detergent from BJs?
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The statement – cleans without chemicals is just not true. Everything is a chemical and that’s not a bad thing. We need chemicals in our life – just not the ones hazardous to human health.
From this link: https://www.thespruce.com/how-laundry-detergent-ingredients-work-2146619
How Detergents Work To Clean Clothes
To get the best results from any laundry detergent, there is a three-fold process of chemical energy, thermal energy and mechanical energy that must be used to wash clothes.
The chemical energy is, of course, the laundry detergent. The ingredients in the laundry detergent chosen will affect the the final results. Less expensive detergents have fewer or no enzymes. Fewer enzymes equal less cleaning power.
Thermal energy pertains to water temperature. Different detergents are formulated to work best at different temperatures. Be sure to read the directions to select the best product for your laundry.
Mechanical energy comes from either a washer or a person hand-washing clothes.
Opps didn’t mean chemicals meant to say perfumes! Thanks for the tips!