Using Tide Plus Febreze Sport Laundry Detergent

Are you an active person? Do you spend countless dollars on activewear each year? I mean you have to look good while you’re working out. Am I right? If this is you, you may have found that your traditional detergent just isn’t doing the job. It’s just not getting the sweat smell out of your clothes. 

If this is you, keep reading…

A lot of people use Tide liquid or powder laundry detergent. And that’s all fine and dandy. One of the good thing about the Tide brand is that they have several products on their line to help you wash different garments. Today we are going to be talking about one of those products, Tide Plus Febreze Sport.

Since you probably spend good money on your activewear,  you’ll want to take extra good care of them. Today’s sportswear is made from high-tech moisture-wicking fibers to make us feel more comfortable while being active. However, these fibers tend to hold on extra tight to odor-causing bacteria. If washed and dried the wrong way these fibers will lose their advantages and you’ll ultimately end up with a smelly resistant garment.

As you may have noticed an entire laundry detergent category has now been dedicated to sportswear on behalf of these high-tech fibers. But what you really need to know is which one works the best, right? That’s where we come in. Maid Sailors has done the research yet again. We’ve tested and lined up the right product we think you should be using in order to succeed in your cleaning tasks.

Tide Plus Febreze Sport laundry detergent comes fully equipped with the necessary enzymes to break down and remove surface odors and stains with an active fresh scent. It’s specifically designed to fight tough sports odors and stains, like sweat, grass, and even dirt. You can even switch out your regular laundry detergent for the sport defense as it is safe and recommended to use on regular clothing as well. If you are a person who sweats a lot, this is the laundry detergent you want to use in order to remove stains and odor from fabrics. 

Lastly…

Pro Tip: Refrain from using a fabric softener when washing activewear. Fabric softener will break down the high-tech moisture-wicking fibers causing them to stop doing their job and collecting odor-causing bacteria that can harbor in the fabric. You shouldn’t need a scent booster with Tide Plus Febreze Sport anyways. But you can, however, add in one of Tide’s bright and white rescue laundry pacs in-wash detergent boosters for an extra added scent.

Which sport brand laundry detergent do you use? How does it work for you? And what are your thoughts on Tide sport detergent? Tell us below!

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