We used each type in my Mom’s regular (older style) top loading washing machine. And then we had my non-biased sister come in and tell us what she thought!
**Remember each recipe came from the same base, they were just made differently**
Powdered Detergent: We used 2 Tablespoons in a load consisting of a flannel shirt, 2 hand towels, a washcloth, 2 towels, and a sweatshirt.
Concentrate: We used 8 teaspoons in a load consisting of a towel, sweater, pair of pants, long johns, and socks.
Regular Liquid: We used 1/2 cup in a load consisting of a hoodie, sweat pants, 2 towels, and 4 hand towels.
These loads were small and we used laundry detergent in accordance to load size (so if you do a large load, triple the amount of detergent).
This is a very low sudsing formula.
Now for the results….here comes the judge….