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Dissolve Powdered Detergent Prior To Using

I dissolve my powder detergent in 2 cups of water before I put it in the washer. This way the powder is completely dissolved and there isn't any powder residue left on my clothes.

Dixie from Alabama

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February 13, 20070 found this helpful

Here's an even easier way to dissolve that powder and not have a speck of it on your clothes . . . . before adding clothing to the washer, first put the powdered detergent in the bottom of the wash tub, then turn on the water and let it begin to dissolve the powder before you add the clothes. It only takes about an inch of water in the bottom of the tub prior to adding the clothes to be certain that no powder residue will be left on your clothes at the end of the wash cycle. By the time the tub is full of water and begins to agitate, that powder is very well dissolved!

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