Cold Water Detergents
If the cost of electricity has you down, cold-water detergents might just make a sizable difference in the budget. Notice how vibrant your clothes colors look after a wash in a detergent that unfolds its maximum cleaning power even in cold water. Whether you prefer liquids or powders, there are cold-water detergents you can use in your washing machine today. For the kinds of spots and stains that no detergent can remove, rely on stain removers specifically formulated for the use on your clothes. Go ahead and pick up a spray-on style spot remover or a wipe. Both of these products ensure that even the most stubborn mildew, tomato or sauce stains become things of the past. Remember to buy in bulk for additional savings!
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Cold-Water detergents preserve your colors and whites
Not all detergents fully dissolve during a cold-water cycle. When you need to wash your clothes in cold water, turn to cold-water detergents to clean your whites and preserve your colors. Sears carries cold-water detergent from Tide and other name brands to help with your laundry chores. Tide Coldwater works in extremely cold-water temperatures, and it leaves behind a fresh, clean scent. You can also add Oxo Brite to your wash cycle and remove deep-down stains from your clothes.
If you want an eco-friendly option to traditional washing machines, then consider self-powered washers for your laundry room. Self-powered washers like the Laundry POD use zero electricity to operate. It also uses a fraction of the water when compared to a standard washer. You can transport a self-powered washer to any room of the home, but its small size still handles full loads of laundry. When you want to save money on the power bill and reduce your carbon footprint, invest in a self-powered washer to clean your family's clothing.
For larger families with multiple clothes hampers, having a self-powered washing machine might not make practical sense. If you have loads of laundry piling up, then choose between front-load and top-load washers. Whether you have a large or a small laundry room, both top- and front-load washers come in convenient sizes to fit your space. Select from major name brands such as Kenmore and Maytag, and choose ENERGY STAR models that help you save money on your power bill. Some washers offer more than 4.7 cubic-feet of interior washing space, giving you plenty of room for the largest loads. Whether you have traditional or delicate fabrics, you can find a washer with heavy-duty and delicate wash cycles for your clothes.
When you have a high-efficiency washing machine, you want to use high-efficiency detergents to take advantage of your washer's capabilities. Unlike standard detergents, high-efficiency detergents require less water to clean your clothes. Because they contain fewer chemicals, using high-efficiency detergents prolongs the life of your washing machine, and it's also good for the environment. While high-efficiency detergents work best in high-efficiency front-load washers with tumbling action, they also work in traditional agitating top-load washers. Whether you have a high-efficiency washer or want a high-quality detergent for your standard washing machine, high-efficiency detergents provide quality alternatives to traditional laundry detergents.
If you have to wash your clothes in cold water, then invest in cold-water detergents from Tide. Self-powered washers use less water and require zero electricity to operate, and top- and front-load washers provide features like heavy-duty and delicate wash cycles. Come to Sears for the most affordable name brand washing machines and laundry-care supplies for your home.