Ultra-Concentrated Liquid Laundry Detergent, Rain Fresh Scent, 64 oz.
Comparable to Leading Brands of Liquid Detergent
The Ultra Concentrated Liquid Detergent is one of the best liquid detergents that I have ever used. It is a fit product for the general public ( for the economically challenged or non-economically challenged) because of its effectiveness as a laundry cleaning product. The Ultra Concentrated Liquid Detergent with the Oxygen that you have in the stores is equally effective as a cleaning agent. Both products leave laundry bright and with a clean fresh scent. I have not noticed any discoloration of fabrics due to concentration.
August 1, 2012
Not as economical as you might think....
I found out it was more economical to use Xtra, since I can get it on sale for $2, for a 64 ounce bottle. I only need to use 1/2 of a capful of Xtra per load. We have soft water, but with hard water you may need 1 capful. With the Fresh Rain Concentrated detergent from Dollar Tree, I had to use 1 full capful. That defeated the purpose of trying to save money with it. :( The Oxygen detergent didn't work as well for me on loads of heavy jeans, and worked badly for washing bath towels. Of course, Your results will be different if you have hard water, soft water, how good your washing machine works, etc.... It worked best when washing very light clothes. But i noticed there is a "new improved formula" in the Awesome Blue Oxygen brand at dollar tree, so I might give that one another try. I am always open to trying products again if they change. And I love the many products i buy from Dollar Tree that actually DO save me money! :)
January 29, 2015
I Use both
I use both detergents Oxygen-Powered and the Rain Fresh, I'm very happy with both
January 26, 2015
This is a wonderful value---32 loads for $1!! The clothes come out clean, fresh and soft after using this. If your clothes are really dirty, I advise you to put a scoop of the Awesome Oxygen base cleaner into the washer too for a boost.
If you want to save a lot of money on your laundry, use this.
January 5, 2015