What is your favorite on the Soap suds

@amadeo (70571)
United States
March 24, 2016 9:12am CST
Good morning.A cool crisp day here in Epsom,NH Went to get an Easter Lily plant for our neighbor. Never fail never get the best one.They have so many plants to choose from and drive me bonkers.They are abused by the workers and the people. I got one and when I brought it home.Did not liked it.Mike picked out a good one for us.Oh!well this is one of my beef.The other one is below. What is your favorite soap suds and why? photo is public domaine I do not know how many times that we change detergent in our wash. Finally ended up with free and clear Tide.This was the best one yet. But still itch.Not sure the chemical in tide is causing this. What is your reaction to this.What detergent do you use and have no problem in itchiness of your clothing.
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@marlina (76681)
• Canada
24 Mar 16
I buy Tide and have no problem with itching.
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@LadyDuck (171121)
• Switzerland
24 Mar 16
Both my husband and I have very delicate skin, most of the products itch, I use this product made in France, it's made with white soap, I like it.
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@sharon6345 (135682)
• United States
24 Mar 16
I love almost all of them from all to wisk,but my favorite of all time would be gain.
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@amadeo (70571)
• United States
24 Mar 16
@sharon6345 guess you do not have an allergic problem to the suds.
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@scheng1 (24748)
• Singapore
24 Mar 16
In this case, you have to stop using commercial washing detergent. Just use washing soda, and add a bit of lemon juice or lime juice. The popular mix for washing soda is vinegar, but I do not like the sour taste on my clothes. I have tried using washing soda with lime juice for washing clothes and mopping the tiles.
@amadeo (70571)
• United States
24 Mar 16
@scheng1 thank you for the information there.Have to think about this.
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@scheng1 (24748)
• Singapore
24 Mar 16
@amadeo No need to think so hard. Washing soda is so cheap, and lemon or lime are cheap too. Just try it for once and see if it works. If you cannot get washing soda, you can use baking soda which is the weaker version of the same thing. The difference is just 1 PH difference in alkaline level.
• United States
24 Mar 16
I prefer Seventh Generation, but usually just get either All or Tide hypoallergenic kind. Skin is very sensitive for my family Fredo. Have a beautiful day. Cleaning up from the blizzard here.
@amadeo (70571)
• United States
24 Mar 16
@TiarasOceanView I have tried that and saw no different.I do like the brand.Use the dish detergent on this one.
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• United States
24 Mar 16
@amadeo I see Fredo. I love the smell of it anyway.
@JohnRoberts (61167)
• Los Angeles, California
24 Mar 16
Shoot, I used whatever was cheapest! Used Rinso for awhile which amused me because Rinso sponsored radio shows in the 1930s.
@amadeo (70571)
• United States
24 Mar 16
@JohnRoberts I guess you do not have an itchy problem there from your clothing.
@JESSY3236 (7075)
• United States
25 Mar 16
I use ALL because I like the scent. But I might have to switch back to Tide once I get rid of all of the ALL. I'll have switch because of my new sheets.
@jstory07 (69222)
• Roseburg, Oregon
25 Mar 16
I use free and clear all because I have allergies.
@Susan2015 (21326)
• United States
25 Mar 16
Up until a few years ago I used Yes. It had the detergent and fabric softener together in one bottle. Can not find it anywhere now so I use Purex and sometimes Extra.
@suziecat7 (3395)
• Asheville, North Carolina
24 Mar 16
I always use Arm & Hammer. The only detergent that made me itch was All.
@Tampa_girl7 (25842)
• United States
24 Mar 16
We used Gain for years, now I use a cheaper brand. I can't even remember it's name.
• Rochester, New York
24 Mar 16
We use Arm and Hammer, but at time's I have strayed to Tide and the generic brands. It depends on the smell of the detergent.
@Lucky15 (33719)
• Philippines
24 Mar 16
Tide. Like we have been loyal to the brand
• United States
24 Mar 16
I use Purex Free. My husband is allergic to so many detergents and this is the only one that worked.
@suzzy3 (8357)
24 Mar 16
I use Daz for all my washing . I have tried others but always come back. It gets the stains out and makes my washing smell lovely. No itch with Daz.
@bunnybon7 (37156)
• Holiday, Florida
24 Mar 16
we use Gain. it has always worked for us. tide began to irritate us also.
@AnneEJ (4985)
• Dollard-Des-Ormeaux, Quebec
24 Mar 16
I have used Sunlight for years. I have tried others, but this one works the best.
• Canada
24 Mar 16
I always get the free and clear type. Maybe your itching is caused by a food that you eat.
@Hate2Iron (7967)
• Canada
24 Mar 16
I couldn't remember until Sharon mentioned Gain... that's the one. It has a great scent!
• Calgary, Alberta
24 Mar 16
I use to use Tide but Ariel works for me best. It is currently the number one detergent here. I am not sure though if it's available in the US.