Free Laundry Detergent Samples
From Tide, Gain, and Wisk to fabric softener samples from Downy free laundry detergent samples are an excellent way to try new products before they reach the market shelves. A great place to find free laundry detergent samples is Wal-Mart. If you haven't checked out Wal-Mart's free samples, I highly recommend that you do. You can access their freebies online at WalMart.com. They change the free samples about every month and always provide great resources. You can pick up the samples in the store or have them mailed to you from the company.
Another great place for finding free laundry detergent samples is at the manufacturers website. Most companies offer a free newsletter or some type of email club. By entering your information and agreeing to receive product updates you'll be notified when they have new product samples available. You may even begin receiving these samples and coupons in your mailbox as well, so make sure to check the websites regularly.
If you haven't joined Start Sampling you're missing out on fabulous freebies. Start Sampling often has free laundry detergent samples and lets you earn free Tryer points. Every time you visit the site or order a freebie, you will accumulate points that can be redeemed at a later time.
The super center, Costco,has a free sample section. You can access their freebies online and request that your samples be mailed to you. Some of their samples are available in stores as well.
You can visit Tide.com and become a member. You may be surprised to see the number of different Tide websites that are available. In addition to Tide.com, some other laundry detergent sites to consider becoming a free member with include: Gainlaundry.com; Cheer.com; All-laundry.com; Dreftbaby.com; and Bizisbetter.com. Once you join these sites and begin visiting them regularly, you'll be notified when they have free samples available.
Here is a great laundry detergent tip that you can use once your free samples arrive.
To remove stains, mix a little powdered laundry detergent with enough water to create a paste. Apply the paste with a toothbrush to stains and scrub the spot until the laundry detergent paste is worked in. The toothbrush is an excellent way to remove stains on fabrics. This is also an effective method for removing stains with bleach when you are working with multi-colored fabrics.
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