Gain + AromaBoost Ultra Concentrated Liquid Laundry Detergent, Original (146 loads, 200 oz.)
About this item
- Liquid laundry detergent with brilliant cleaning that leaves behind a refreshing Gain Original scent
- Freshness of 1 cap of Gain liquid laundry detergent = 1 bottle of the leading baking soda detergent
- Six weeks of freshness from wash until wear
- Regular washer and HE compatible
Gain® +AromaBoost™ Ultra Concentrated™ Liquid Laundry Detergent, Original (146 loads, 200 oz) is a first-rate liquid laundry detergent that is designed to help meet your everyday needs when it comes to cleaning laundry as well as leaving your clothes smelling and feeling great.
What Makes The Best Laundry Detergent?
When it comes to choosing the ideal laundry detergent to meet your needs, a lot depends on your setup. HE detergents have all but replaced normal detergents on store shelves, which is why they are an excellent choice when it comes to being used in almost any kind of washer. These liquid detergents produce a low amount of suds, and thus can be used in machines that are both front and top loading with ease. Cold water detergents are another great option and are carefully made using enzymes that will work best in cold water. This helps save on hot water should you be set up for such cleaning. Gain +AromaBoost Ultra Concentrated Liquid Laundry Detergent marries the best of both these worlds by working in a variety of washing machines as well as water temperature.
What is Lift & Lock™ Technology?
Lift & Lock™ Technology was developed specifically for use in Gain laundry detergents and has been shown to remove stains and lift dirt with ease. It also helps to lock in freshness as well as the pleasing scent of Gain +AromaBoost Ultra Concentrated Liquid Laundry Detergent.
At What Temperature Should I Run My Laundry Machine?
This largely depends on the type of clothes that you are washing, whether you are using a natural laundry detergent or not. Thankfully, Gain laundry detergent can be used at any temperature. That said, always be sure to check the labels on the items you are washing to see what the best practices are when it comes to care. Generally speaking, washing with cold water will better protect colors and use less energy. Warmer temperatures will make the removal of dirt and stains easier, which is something you may want to consider, too, after selecting your laundry detergent.