Not all detergents are created equal, and we get to figure out only after a trial and error. With experience, we know some varieties might not work for some of our laundry needs, and they can even damage our clothes. In worst cases, some detergents can even hurt sensitive skin, causing itchiness and rashes. If you are looking for your laundry detergents to try, here are three products you may want to consider getting on your next trip to the grocery.
Minimize the bobble (himulmol) on your clothes
One sign that clothes are aging (naluluma) is when you find small balls of thread collecting on the surface. We know them as himulmol in Tagalog, and it is called pilling or bobbling in English. These bobbles are also an indication the fibers of your clothes are beginning to loosen.
Comfort Care Detergent claims its unique formulation can protect the fibers of your clothes, which will prevent bobbles from forming and color from fading. Aside from pilling, it can also help with color fading, roughness, shape loss, and yellowing.
Built-up stains can also help make clothes look older and dirtier. Ariel Instashine says its “powerboosters” formulation can penetrate all those layers of built-up stains and get rid of them once and for all.
Do the laundry without worrying about your skin
If laundry duty has become painful for your hands, try Breeze with PowerCare Technology. It promises to be gentle on your hands and requires less scrubbing, which cuts down laundry timea s it gets rid of any difficult stains on your clothes.