What Are Laundry Detergent Packs?


Laundry packs, also known as “paks” or “pacs”, are precisely measured doses of concentrated detergent inside water-soluble, film-layer packets. When laundry packs get wet, the outer layer dissolves, releasing the detergent. Some packs may contain agents like fabric softener or stain fighters.

1.What’s inside ARM & HAMMER Laundry Detergent Paks?

Each ARM & HAMMER Laundry Power Pak contains the cleaning and freshening power of baking soda, but each formulation is slightly different.


To learn more about laundry detergent packs and find the right one for your family, explore the links below:


2.Are Laundry Detergent Packs Better than Other Types of Detergent?

Laundry detergent packs provide the same cleaning power as powder or liquid detergent and are simple and easy to use when compared to other forms. Instead of pouring detergent into a washing machine’s built-in dispenser, all you have to do with laundry detergent packs is toss them into the machine before your clothes. And, just like liquid and powder detergents, our ARM & HAMMER Laundry Power Paks are completely safe for septic tanks.

3.How Do I Use Laundry Detergent Packs?

Because our ARM & HAMMER Laundry Power Paks are pre-measured, you do not need to worry about using too much or too little detergent, a common concern with powder and liquid detergents.


To use laundry detergent packs, simply add them to the washing machine drum before adding your clothes. Most normal-sized, lightly soiled loads will require only a single keep. Add a second laundry detergent pack for larger loads, heavily soiled loads, or tough odors.


Laundry detergent packs can be used in any type of washing machine, including top-load, front-load, high-efficiency (HE) and standard. You should always follow the care instructions on your garments to select the proper water temperature and cycle.


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