Saving Energy in NOLA with Tide Coldwater

I always knew that when I had two daughters, I was in for a lifetime of laundry.  Girls are known for changing clothes multiple times a day, but I never thought this process would start at ages 4 and 7.  I recently upgraded to a Whirlpool HE washer and dryer and have loved seeing the savings, but did you know that you could save energy by switching your laundry detergent, too?

I am definitely brand loyal to Tide.  I have always loved the product and it’s performance but when I had the opportunity to visit the Tide Headquarters and meet the people behind the product, I was hooked forever.  More recently, I have had the opportunity to try out Tide Coldwater which allows you to get your clothes just as clean using cold water.  Did you know that you can save up to 80% of the energy in every load just by washing your clothes in cold water?  Tide Coldwater is specially formulated for cold water which includes an increased amount of surfactant chemistry which allows the detergent to easily penetrate fabrics.

How can Tide Coldwater help the residents of NOLA, my home City, save energy?  Check out the infographic below:

In an effort to help spread the word about the energy savings of Tide Coldwater, I will be hosting a “Cool Off with Tide Coldwater” Party at my home later this month.  Our guests will be treated to an inflatable water slide, frosty beverages and Tide Coldwater samples!  Stay tuned!

This post was written by the Experimental Mommy.  While I was compensated for my time and effort, all opinions remain 100% mine.

3 thoughts on “Saving Energy in NOLA with Tide Coldwater”

  1. Wow! I would never have imagined washing in cold water could save so much energy! I hope they will sell this Tide product at Sam’s. I will be on the lookout for my party invite.. 🙂

  2. I know that washing in cold saves a lot of energy and I really TRY to do this when I can…unless it’s something I really need sterilized LOL!

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