Can the eco-friendly detergent do well against the store and name brand to fight the super stain? (Grape juice, and Coffee)
I think that the Eco-Friendly Detergent will be better than Clear and free and water wash but will not beat the Tide Pod
I made the super stains using three tablespoons of Welch’s grape juice and three tablespoons of the dark roast. I took a fresh new rag and spoon one tablespoon of some super stain on it. I left it for 15 minutes to set. I grabbed one of the detergents and put it in the detergent compartment for the detergent and in the washer for the pod. I used one serving of each detergent and a Tide Pod. I turned on the washing machine and dialed it to speed the cycle on warm water. I used the LG dryer on the speed cycle. I inspected the rag and wrote down thoughts and observations to answer the main question. I repeated the procedure for each of the following different rags but changed the previous steps for each detergent and water wash.
The tide pod seemed to do worst out of all with water wash in 3rd, Then eco-friendly, finishing out with store-brand
Something that may have affected the water wash was leftover soap.
A big thing that may have affected my data was the wash cycle I used.
Something that could have affected my data was the water temperature because some may wash better at other water temperatures.
Instead of a full cycle, I used a quick wash cycle, which may have affected some detergents because they needed a full wash. My original plan was to use Method Mango scented detergent but instead, I used Open Nature Lavender scented detergent.