Product Detail

  • Deeper clean* that is gentle on skin.
  • Free of dyes and perfumes.
  • Hypoallergenic.
  • #1 recommended by washing machine manufacturers**.

*vs. leading national competitor Free detergent
**based on co-marketing agreements

Tide Free and Gentle High Efficiency Liquid Laundry Detergent

Dosage

Directions:
Measure with cap.

  • For Medium Loads, fill to bar 1.
  • For Large Loads, fill to bar 3.
  • For he Full Loads, fill to bar 5.

Add clothes, pour into dispenser, start washer.

Usage Instructions:
Read and follow care label instructions, then sort.Always test inside seam for colourfastness.

Dosing Directions

FAQ

Q: Are your laundry products ok to use with Septic Tanks?
A: Our laundry products have been thoroughly evaluated and are safe to use in homes with septic tanks. Using normal, recommended amounts of these products will not disturb the septic system (including aerated systems) or damage plumbing systems with a properly functioning septic tank.

Q: What does the Free in the product name mean?
A: Tide Free & Gentle is free from dyes and perfumes.

Q: Can I use this product on my delicates?
A: Tide Free & Gentle can be used on any garments that are considered machine washable. Some garments can be more susceptible to colour loss and bleeding, and as with all detergents, it is recommended that a small hidden area of the garment be tested for colourfastness if there is concern.

Q: Will Tide Free & Gentle work on heavily soiled clothes?
A: Tide Free & Gentle will work great on heavily soiled clothes. While Tide Free & Gentle is free from dyes and perfumes, this won’t affect its great cleaning power.

Q: Do I need to add anything else (bleach, laundry aid, pre-treat) to get my clothes clean?
A: Depending on the level and type of soil, you may still have other laundry additives that you choose to add. For typical laundry, nothing else will be required for cleaning.

Q: Can I use Tide Free & Gentle on my baby's clothes?
A: Yes. Tide Free & Gentle is free from dyes and perfumes, which is perfect to use for a baby’s sensitive skin.

Ratings and Reviews

This area allows consumers like you to express their own opinions and comments. Tide does not represent or warrant the accuracy of any statements or product claims made here, nor endorses any opinions expressed by the reviewer.

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4.6/5 (196)
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95% Recommended

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10/11/2018

Ms

We have used Tide free for about 8 years. My husband developed a sensitivity to other laundry soaps. No problems with this one

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10/05/2018

Mrs

I use tide free ,I have allergies to harsh cleaners ,and I am scent sensitive , and this is great for me

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09/06/2018

Love Tide

I recently tried Tide Free after using regu.ar Tide for years. We have several people in our household that have allergies or sensitivities to scents but Tide Free doesn't cause issues with any of us. It definitely upholds the quality of the other Tide products with respect to cleaning ability, stain removal and garment care as well. I would definitely recommend this product.

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09/04/2018

excellent

I have used this product for years and I have no problem with it

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07/27/2018

TNC

Our family has skin sensitivities and Tide Free is the only detergent for us. It works great without all the perfumes.

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06/27/2018

good

I have allergies to a lot of products and this is a great product to use that does not trigger allergies! And it works great

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