PGC93127

Pods Spr. Meadow Detergent

31 oz (1.94 lb) - Spring Meadow Scent - 35 / Bag - White, Orchid

Reg. Price $23.25

Our Price $17.49 Per Bag

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Multichamber design offers outstanding cleaning results
Pre-measured PODS are ready to use to prevent spills in laundry room
Quick-dissolving construction works efficiently in hot and cold water
For use in both front-load and top-load washing machines
  • Additional Info
SKU
PGC93127
Manufacturer
Procter & Gamble
Manufacturer Part Number
93127
Brand Name
Tide
Product Type
Laundry Detergent
Application/Usage
Multipurpose
Color
Purples
Recommended Use
Stain Remover
Recycled
No

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TidePods Spr. Meadow Detergent
 
4.0

(based on 2655 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

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    (1551)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (413)

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    (155)

  • 2 Stars

     

    (128)

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    (408)

66%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Most Liked Positive Review

 

Will never use anything else again

Years ago, I switched to inexpensive powders and liquids and paid the price with dingy whites and stains that just wouldn't some out. Then I saw the ads for PODS - and I...Read complete review

Years ago, I switched to inexpensive powders and liquids and paid the price with dingy whites and stains that just wouldn't some out. Then I saw the ads for PODS - and I thought, how stupid. Then I tried them. Our clothes smell great, and the whites have brightened substantially. This makes it fast for me, and easy for my kids when its time to swap the laundry. I was also told by our Maytag repairman that the PODS are the best thing you can use because incorrectly adding too much detergent can cause the seals of a front loader to grow dry and brittle. I don't know why some people are having problems with them not dissolving completely, I've used these now for a year and never had that problem UNLESS my washer was messed up. But I know why their washers are smelling bad - that's a front load washer problem. Our first front loader was disgusting to smell and after buying the second, I finally discovered you should ALWAYS leave the door to a front loader open when it is not in use so the remaining moisture in the drum doesn't sour. ;) I've not had any problems with my second front loader smelling bad and we never ever close the door unless its in use.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Disaster

I first started using the Pods at my MIL's and boy do I wish she never bought them!! It seemed like it was working at first, but I didn't realize how long it...Read complete review

I first started using the Pods at my MIL's and boy do I wish she never bought them!! It seemed like it was working at first, but I didn't realize how long it actually has been ruining my clothes. As you can see, MANY people with front-loaders are telling you that it doesn't dissolve in cold water-- LISTEN! I've been finding little plastic pieces on some of my clothes for some time now and realized it only happens to cold cycles that I wash at her house. This week I'm house sitting and praying that the gigantic purple/pink/blue stain covering at least half of HER king-sized sheet will come out! I noticed that the Tide employers had the audacity to not only remind others to not overfill their load, but to not run cold cycles in the winter! Well, 1. I know when to stop adding laundry and 2. it was 90 degrees out that day. Unfortunately I was in a hurry, so I didn't see the stain before putting it in the dryer (but I did notice a weird smell too; it must be what others talked about). If P&G is concerned enough about dissolving issues to recommend not running cold cycles in winter months (and to always use the warmest water the clothes will allow), then it shouldn't be advertised to dissolve in cold water!! How many people have to report damaged/ruined items for you to actually do something?? Giving bad advice to random reviews doesn't cut it! I will definitely warn everyone I know about this!!

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5.0

Ahh, so fresh

By Anita809388332

from Undisclosed

Comments about Tide Pods Spr. Meadow Detergent:

I am a pods user, I had always used a different brand, but I tried this one from tide, and wow!!! Clothes came out clean, but smelling so fresh for days. I would definitely buy again

 
5.0

Awesome product!

By TracyRN

from Iowa

Comments about Tide Pods Spr. Meadow Detergent:

Not only do Tide Pods leave my family's clothing clean and fresh, I was amazed when they removed hydrogen peroxide stains from a black scrub top. No pretreatment, just Pods in cold water. I am hooked!

 
5.0

tide

By ronda808659071

from Undisclosed

Comments about Tide Pods Spr. Meadow Detergent:

I have been using Tide since i can remember. It has got expensive (even with coupons). BUT i can say i have tried others but always go back to tide.....

 
5.0

Great product

By Lynn809243587

from Undisclosed

Comments about Tide Pods Spr. Meadow Detergent:

So easy to use and cleans clothes well. I like to take them on trips as you can put them in a baggie and throw them in your suitcase.

(2 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

Never fully dissolves

By Courtney24

from Michigan

Comments about Tide Pods Spr. Meadow Detergent:

Has ruined so many of my clothes as they do not dissolve and end up staining the load. Very disappointed. DO NOT USE!

 
5.0

Good products

By Angela809367489

from Undisclosed

Comments about Tide Pods Spr. Meadow Detergent:

The Tide pods are great smelling and they get your clothes clean.

(2 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

Pods do not dissolve!

By Beaner5270

from Connecticut

Comments about Tide Pods Spr. Meadow Detergent:

I used the pods as directed. Pods first then clothes. Plastic stuck to 2 of my work shirts and 2 pairs of socks.

 
3.0

Not dissolving in new washing machine

By Jilliebean

from Michigan

Comments about Tide Pods Spr. Meadow Detergent:

Tide pods are not dissolving in my new front loading washer! Change the formula please!

 
5.0

Great Stuff

By Melba171825170

from Undisclosed

Comments about Tide Pods Spr. Meadow Detergent:

I love this product. It is easy simple enough my grandkids helps with the wash. They start its my turn to help you ma ma. Things have got simple at my house. I would recommend to anyone. Melba

 
5.0

The best

By Pamela809348031

from Undisclosed

Comments about Tide Pods Spr. Meadow Detergent:

this is the best idea for the detergent to be in pods real easy. even my kids can wash cloths know. Just pop one in and start the wash.

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