Arm & Hammer is one of those all-important, magic substances that can literally be used to clean anything. From the toughest sports stains and smells to the wildest messes: Arm & Hammer baking soda has infinite uses. But, how about Arm and Hammer detergent? If these customer reviews are any indication, then it is just as useful.
You may have used A&H to make your own detergent at home, but when you read these Amazon reviews, you'll never want to go back to another detergent again (even your own). These customers have dedicated their future laundry loads to the fresh scents of Arm & Hammer's many products. See what they have to say about the best-sellers.
Arm and Hammer Detergent
Thanks to the April fresh smells, Chrissy Z is a lifetime customer. Take that, Tide! You may think of yourself as the professional stain fighters, but can you pre-treat stains like A&H?
The power of Arm is strong with this one! Cindee and Mike say that tough stains are no problem thanks to this high-efficiency offering from A&H. Plus, thanks to Prime two-day delivery and excellent pricing, other detergent brands have met their match.
Although skeptical of the power of Arm and Hammer's original scent, this reviewer swears they're never going back to another laundry wash. Similar items leave a lingering smell in the laundry machine, but these Power Paks leave little behind. Best of all, there is no fill cap mess.
This reviewer started with some concerns about the size of their washing machine being a problem for the Power Paks, but all those worries were washed away with the suds. From medium loads to the extra-large, the Paks can handle it all!
If your current laundry detergent is an eye irritant, or you're hypoallergenic, then this customer review would like you to know that A&H's Sensitive Skin detergent is the stuff of your dreams. As the All Seeing I says, "get the swampy stench out," no scents needed.
If there was a textbook review for laundry detergents, it's this one. Our reviewer informs us about powerful enzymes that A&H has added to break down different types of stains. Sounds a little like biology class, but keep going for an excellent story about the power of Arm! Those baseball pants never stood a chance.