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Laundry detergent pod

Laundry detergent pods (or packs or liquitabs) are water-soluble pouches containing highly concentrated laundry detergent, softener and other laundry...

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List of Procter & Gamble brands

laundry detergent Era laundry detergent Fairy laundry detergent Gain laundry detergent Ola laundry soap PMC laundry soap Tide laundry detergent Lenor fabric...

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Ariel (detergent)

Ariel is a European brand of laundry detergent developed by "P&G European Technology Centre". in Belgium and is an early example of pan-European consumer...

Last Update: 2021-01-29T13:44:03Z Word Count : 555

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Tide (brand)

American brand of laundry detergent manufactured and marketed by Procter & Gamble. Introduced in 1946, it is the highest selling detergent brand in the world...

Last Update: 2021-03-18T17:19:39Z Word Count : 1689

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List of cleaning products

Fresh Start (detergent) Gain (detergent) Ghari Detergent Laundry detergent pod Luvil Nirma Oxydol Persil Persil Power Purex (laundry detergent) Rinso Sunlight...

Last Update: 2021-03-27T19:59:05Z Word Count : 954

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Ghari Detergent

market share gains within detergent powders; however, it was from market expansion. The low price of Nirma brought an evolution among laundry soap users...

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Tide Pods

(stylized Tide PODS) are a line of laundry detergent pods from Procter & Gamble under the Tide brand. The pods gained notoriety starting in 2017 when social...

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Washing machine

performed by specialist businesses) or ultrasonic cleaners. The user adds laundry detergent, which is sold in liquid or powder form, to the wash water. Play media...

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Bold (detergent)

Bold is a laundry detergent brand owned by Procter & Gamble. Bold was originally introduced in the United States in 1965, and was launched in 1974 as...

Last Update: 2021-04-02T20:39:21Z Word Count : 111

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Mandy Moore

the original on March 31, 2008. Retrieved February 23, 2008. "Gain: Laundry Detergent, Fabric Care Products & Services". Ilovegain.com. February 5, 2010...

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Laundry detergent pod

Laundry detergent pods (or packs or liquitabs) are water-soluble pouches containing highly concentrated laundry detergent, softener and other laundry products. Notable brands of these packs include All, Arm & Hammer, Gain, Purex, Persil and Tide. They first became popular in February 2012 when they were introduced by Procter & Gamble as Tide Pods.The chemistry of laundry detergent packs is the same as in liquid detergents (including alkylbenzenesulfonates). The dissolvable packets are typically made of polyvinylalcohol (PVA) or a derivative of PVA. Although the formulas are similar, a detergent pack's liquids may contain 10% water compared to 50% in liquid detergents.MonoSol is one of the companies that develops the water-soluble film used for laundry and dishwasher detergent packs, used by brands including Tide, with roughly $250 million in annual sales and controlling around 90-percent of the market. The film is designed to be soluble in cold water.Laundry pods are estimated to make up about 15% of the $7 billion-a-year U.S. laundry detergent market sales according to market researcher Nielsen NV. Laundry pods were advertised as a way to reduce wasted use of powdered and liquid detergent by having precise measurements for a load. For large loads, most brands recommend two pods, with Tide suggesting up to three. Detergent pods cost significantly more than liquid detergent for equivalent laundry loads.


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