Brenda has written in with her opinion of Dynamo detergent.
I have been buying Dynamo soap for over 3 years, but this last bottle I got had absolutely no suds in it whatsoever.
Even after putting some in a bucket I needed, I ended up having to add over 3 or 4 cups of the detergent to just about less than a gallon of water, and still no suds. What is wrong with this soap?
It has never done this before that I have ever noticed, but I am not happy at all with this, especially with the price of soap these days.
Thanks Brenda for sharing your experiences with this laundry detergent. It appears there are other people who are also not happy about it too, as you can see from the other review below.
In fact, I am beginning to notice there really is no place for those who purchase Dynamo laundry detergent to properly and effectively share their grievances about it because I keep getting angry consumers writing me, thinking I am affiliated with the company. Please note I am not, but I am a sympathetic ear.
I would note, however, that low sudsing detergent isn't necessarily bad for cleaning clothes, since nowadays many soaps are specifically designed not to produce lots of suds. However, unless the formulation of Dynamo has changed, which it typically would say on the bottle, and previous bottles did produce lots of suds, it would indicate a problem in this case, I would think.
Has anyone else used Dynamo and want to share a review, either positive or negative? If so, you can share your review here, or read more information about this product.
I am also allergic to most detergents. This is the only one I use.
The formula has changed which is why there is very little sudsing.
They are only making an HE version for front loaders now.
It was on all the packages a few months ago.
Front loaders can't handle higher levels of suds, and thus the change.
Now, where can I find it in the Chicago area?
Thanks for your review, and I do see on the newest packaging that it says it is HE compatible, which could definitely explain the lack of sudsing (click the link to read more information from me about this phenomenon).
As for your question of where to get it in Chicago, I'm not personally sure. I do know it can be purchased online through the links provided. However, as for within that city, perhaps other readers have some suggestions. If you do, please tell me in the comments to help this person out!
Here is a Dynamo detergent review from a reader, Andrea.
Don't waste your money on Dynamo, especially the "clear and free."
After returning the bottles several times to the supermarket because the consistency was not much thicker than water and did not produce any suds in the wash, I decided to call the company, Phoenix Brands, directly.
I was treated so rudely that I got on line to write a letter to the company via their website.
Well, I can't even find that. So, take my awful experience and loss of money as an expensive lesson to me, but one that might help you!
Andrea, I'm sorry to hear you didn't like Dynamo detergent.
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