Save Time and Energy With Tide HE TurboWednesday, April 22, 2015
Did you know that high-efficiency washing machines have more computer sensors than the first spaceship sent to the moon? Yeah, I was just as surprised. While these futuristic washers have been around for a number of years, detergent specially formulated for HE washing machines is slowly filling up store shelves. Luckily, P&G Fabric Care is introducing a new industry standard in High Efficiency (HE) Detergents – Tide HE Turbo. It's a first-of-its-kind seal that is available on select Tide products designed to help you easily find detergents specifically designed for HE washers.
HE Turbo products are made using a new proprietary quick-collapsing Smart Suds technology that can save time and energy. These HE Turbo Smart Suds avoid you having to set HE washers into additional rinse cycles, which means you could save up to 25 minutes and up to 10 gallons of water per wash. Take note that Tide HE Turbo products can be used in all washers, but are specially designed to maximize the energy and water saving benefits of HE machines. Seems only fitting to share this news with you as today is Earth Day, doesn't it?
Tide HE Turbo is now available at Walmart stores in Canada. To celebrate, one lucky reader will win a Tide HE Turbo bundle valued at $62! Here’s what’s included:
*Pricing is at the discretion of the retailer.
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