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geoag02 Dallas, TX
11/09/19 1:47 am

Yes, they are quite convenient to put a couple in my pocket when I go to my apartment laundromat.

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BamaGirl ROLL TIDE from Arizona
11/08/19 1:23 pm

More often than not, because it’s often cheaper... I shop the sales

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snagglepuss2 Spring has sprung
11/09/19 9:21 am

Especially when they have stain fighters and detergent already in there.

TierasPet
11/08/19 4:56 am

No, I use regular Tide and Downy. I've used it since I was a child.

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snagglepuss2 Spring has sprung
11/08/19 9:54 am

I use Tide pods and Downy. I like how clean the 3 in 1 pods get my clothes. I just saw an add on YouTube that they now have 4 in 1. Detergent, stain remover, color protector and pre-treater.

Zod Above Pugetropolis
11/07/19 4:00 pm

Almost exclusively. The manufacturer recommends them, or an "He" liquid, but the liquid is so messy and inconvenient I can’t imagine a good reason to choose it over the only slightly more expensive (per load) pods.

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snagglepuss2 Spring has sprung
11/07/19 4:44 pm

I like the 3 in 1 pods

shygal47 Florida east coast
11/07/19 2:13 pm

IF they are liquid filled. I’ll never use powder again. One house I had to have the laundry room piping replaced — packed solid by powder soap - even the plumber couldn’t break it up and the piping kept backing up.
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snagglepuss2 Spring has sprung
11/07/19 4:45 pm

Yeah, powder is a mess. When I did use it I ran the water first then added the powder, then the clothes.

MrMilkdud
11/07/19 2:10 pm

We do. Yes, they’re more expensive, but it’s easier for the kids to put in a pod than clean up the mess after they measure out the wrong amount of liquid or powder soap.

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theNobamist Silicon Valley
11/07/19 2:03 pm

We eat them all the time!

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jmw7477 Indiana
11/07/19 1:41 pm

No. Pods aren’t good for your machines (clothes washer or dishwasher). The casings can gum up and get stuck.

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MrMilkdud
11/07/19 2:09 pm

They’re fine as long as you put them in the drum and not the soap cup. And run the cleaning cycle regularly.

jmw7477 Indiana
11/07/19 2:19 pm

That helps some. But it’s still best to avoid them. My husband has been an appliance repairman for 20 years. I go based on what he sees and his experiences.

snagglepuss2 Spring has sprung
11/07/19 4:47 pm

I think people have problems because they don’t read the directions.

jmw7477 Indiana
11/07/19 5:07 pm

Maybe.

paranoidandroid peace love science
11/07/19 12:13 pm

Yes. It’s really just laziness. Lighter to carry versus a big thing of detergent and I don’t have to pour it in that little cup... I always spill/drip it somehow.

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snagglepuss2 Spring has sprung
11/07/19 1:12 pm

I think it saves money too. Tide has 3 in 1 pods. I only have to buy one product. It also saves space.