Tide Coldwater Review #tide #washcold

Tide Coldwater Laundry Detergent is made to be used with cold water. Wash all of your clothing, sheets, towels and other laundry in cold water and save money on electricity. In fact, according to Tide, “you can save up to 80% of energy with every load.” But does it clean?

I tried Tide Coldwater for about two weeks and found my laundry to be super clean! We left the temperature setting on my washer on cold even for items that called for warm or hot water. Out came clean laundry with stains gone without pre-treating. Tide isn’t my normal choice of laundry detergent, but after this trial I’ll be making the switch.

Tide Coldwater

Tide Coldwater comes in the following scents sizes:

Fresh Scent

  • 26 loads, 50 oz
  • 39 loads, 75 oz
  • 52 loads, 100 oz
  • 78 loads, 150 oz

Mountain Spring

  • 26 loads, 50 oz
  • 52 loads, 100 oz

It is also available for HE washers and in powder.  You can buy it in WalMart, Target, or find out where to buy it in your area.

Although Tide is more costly than my regular laundry detergent, it’s worth it because of the money saved on electricity. I’ll also use less pre-treaters for stains. I do with that there was a scent free option though. So I’ll keep my eyes out for Tide coupons, and sales and possibly sign up for Tide Current, the newsletter that keeps you up to date on Tide products and provides coupons.

I received a bottle of Tide Coldwater and a gift card for my review through SheSpeaks. All opinions are my own.

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Connie Roberts

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Living in the Tampa Bay area, I'm lucky enough to see beautiful sunsets almost every day. Although life can be difficult at times, focusing on the positive and being with my family is what gets me through.

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  1. Hey Connie. Thanks for the review. Good info here.

  2. Thanks for the info here, I thought that this detergent was wonderful too.