Helps remove 99% of everyday stains vs. Tide Original
Amazing Tide clean from America’s #1 detergent based on sales**
#1 recommended by washing machine manufacturers***
Part of the trusted Tide Plus Collection
Tide Ultra Stain Release Liquid Laundry Detergent
__America’s #1 __Trusted detergent*
Tide Ultra Stain Release Liquid Laundry Detergent offers the brilliant clean you know and love, plus, it’s supercharged with specially formulated ingredients to help remove up to 99% of everyday stains, including greasy food stains.****
Tide Ultra Stain Release Liquid is available in two formulas for use in regular and HE washing machines.
*Consumers’ #1 Trusted laundry detergent brand in Reader’s Digest survey
**Nielsen Laundry Detergents - Total US x AOC - Vol. Sales latest 52 weeks w/e 1/21/2017
***Based on co-marketing agreements
****vs. Tide Original
Measure with cap.
For medium loads, fill to bar 2.
For large loads, fill to bar 4.
For HE full loads, fill to bar 5.
Always follow usage instructions indicated on the package.
Add detergent, then add clothes.
Follow care label instructions, then sort.
Test inside seam for colorfastness.
Great scent, clothes always come out clean and smelling fresh. Doesn't matter how dirty or how old the stain is, it will always come out clean.
I have used this formula for years and have great, reliable success getting my clothes clean. I am having trouble finding this particular formula now in my local stores. What is happening? I see so many "Oxi" and "febreze" and "hygienic" (what gets added for this??). i don't want more additives, I just want the Tide Plus Ultra HE. Why is it so hard to find? I had hoped it was a temporary problem with supply chain with the pandemic, but the problem persists. Please help!
Tide is the best.. Basically it's all I use. Works great on stains ..especially when pretreated.no cons
I’ve always used more natural laundry products, for as long as I can remember. Eventually clothes just stopped smelling clean, even right out of the wash. So I started using this and it works really well. I’d like to go back to a natural option, but having clean and not smelly laundry is worth it at the moment!
This was Consumer Union's #1 detergent. Should be everywhere in multiple sizes, especially the large container with spigot!
Target no longer carried this. I'm not sure if it's discontinued, but it's too bad, because we rarely have any issues AFTER use. Clothes come out clean and we even use it to pre-treat stains sometimes.
I use a tap for box wines, on a keg of beer but can no longer find the gallon container with a tap which easily fits on a shelf and lets me measure the small amounts needed for a compact, front-load washer. I can't believe that we need so many Tide detergents.
My son gets frequent bloody noses. I just put this directly on the stains and throw them in the wash on cold. Even dried stains are completely gone.
Excellent clean, smells awesome while washing, but no discernible scent left after the dryer. Wish the scent was stronger
Ultra was SO THICK that it would not dispense. The only way I can use it (and not waste money) is to dilute it with 50% water--will never buy it again!!
If you want the best detergent, buy Tide Ultra. Since I've started using it, I don't have to worry about stains not coming out of my clothes anymore. It also brightens my whites and smells excellent.
Tide plus Ultra is better than Tide Heavy Duty. I used heavy duty one time and my clothes did not come out as clean as with Tide plus Ultra. Just wish I would find it easier to buy in our town.
Washing 1 qn 100ctn duvet in HE frntld. Less than "1" soap in measure cap. Tried heavyduty, largebulky, rinse with Downy. Cannot get rid of suds at rinse>spin. Wasting enormous amount of time and H2O.
I tried it because of the high marks it received from Consumer Reports. It gets out stains and odors. It leaves a fresh, clean scent that is not over powering.
Washed item 3 times...used cold H2O 1st, warm H2O 2nd, warm H2O PLUS another laundry additive. Not quite gone yet! Waste of money!
I tried this product after reading about it at Consumer Rapport. I love it! My clothes have never been this clean and they smell nice as well.
I have used Ultra Stain Release for years and like it. I hate the new dark blue, opaque, lids. They spill and leak all over. I may have to find another detergent.
Too thick for front loader. Previous purchases never had a problem. Took 2 cleaning cycles to get rid of the buildup. New formula? Other types of Tide that I use do not have this problem.
Used Tide in the dispenser for warm to hot water. When using cold water, apply Tide directly into the drum with clothes. Toss in or rinse the cap. I have an HE machine. Hope this helps.
I wish I would have read the reviews first! I washed two loads and same thing with both loads - detergent was left in the dispenser with a lot of water. Too bad I bought 2 bottles!
best detergent However the value is extremely poor. Only 96oz option Pricing for 96 of this vs other tide products on an oz to oz comparison is poor. Time for a value option Tide.
The detergent is simply too think. It stayed in the dispenser cup with the water just sitting on top of it. Many others have remarked on this problem recently. Hopefully Tide will address promptly.
The product is too thick to dispense from HE washer. It is winter and cold water is cold so perhaps the water fed into the dispenser is so cold it thickens the detergent. Thumbs down
Used this product for over a year and loved it but the last bottle I bought was extremely thick and would not dispense properly. I'm very disappointed as laundry detergent is expensive!
So thick it didn’t even fully dispense. Product was fully at room temp. Returned it and tried what seems to be up and coming persil which consumer reports says it’s the best they have ever tested
This detergent is so thick it will not dispense from the detergent cup. If you have a front-load washer, do not buy this product.
Used to love this product, but seems a recent formulation change has made it far too thick to properly dispense in HE washers. At the end of the cycle there is still product in the dispenser cup.
This detergent is way too thick and is constantly left behind in the dispenser and not getting in the tub for the wash cycle. I see numerous others are having the same problem.
I don't know what or where the 1% stain is because I certainly haven't found it! Tide Ultra Stain Release has cleaned and removed all stains I have encountered.
Tide Ultra too thick to properly siphon out of detergent dispenser in Samsung HE front loader.
My Wife's mug sometimes drips and her robe gets coffee spots on it. I just put it in the wash with your Ultra Stain Release Liquid and it came out spotless
This product truly does what is suppose to be don't the stains really do disappear!!!!!!!
we love this product- it takes out stains and smells great
I keep this on hand for heavy stains. I pour some on and add stain remover and let it sit. Tide Ultra has gotten out anything so far, including oil and unknown stains.
This product gives the good result and it is very essential and easy to remove the stains
We used a handkerchief to stop bleeding. The next day, I put some detergent directly on it and threw it into the washing machine. There was no way to tell which handkerchief used to be the bloody one!
Best stain remover for my girls clothes even on old stains.
Awesome, I'm obsessed with soap and Tide is the bomb!!!!
The armpits of every single one of my shirts have been stained purple by Tide Ultra Stain Release Liquid. I will never again purchase another Tide product.
I am not a scientist but I did my own experiment, I put equal amounts of regular Tide HE and Tide Ultra Stain Release HE into equal amounts of water and shook the bottle, just as I thought the Tide Ultra Stain Release had a significant amount more of suds. This is a huge problem for my HE washer, I am going back to the regular tide. I also do not like this scent, can tide make a Mountain Spring scent for HE? Also please go back to the Original scent, they keep changing the Original scent and it's very frustrating.
I always use Tide HE. I recently purchased the ultra stain release. After going through 3 bottles of it I realized my machine has been stopping due to suds. It has done this several times. I will continue to buy Tide, just not this particular one.
I recently purchased this product because the store that I was in did not carry the Tide that I usually buy. I had never used Tide+ Ultra Stain Release before so I thought I would give it a try. My first impression was that this detergent caused wasy too many suds!!! I ran three more loads using much less soap each time and rinsed the empty machine between EACH load. Still, so many suds that it caused my washer to become unbalanced each time and had difficulty draining. It's really making me feel that the bottle that I purchased was mislabled in some way. I would love to know if anyone else has had this same problem?!?!?!?
I have a husband that works with greasy things and a niece that wears everything she eats. I just pour on the tide ultra stain release he no sitting just toss in the wash with the same tide. Also cleans the dirty socks from running around in them. I let ketchup dry in her shorts for 3 days then poured it on tossed in washer and washed it regularly it came out. Also works on blood stains as well.
As the parent of an active 10 year old little boy, I must deal with a variety of stains, the knees of his baseball uniform almost being more than I can handle. I had tried Tide stain release pods and spray with OK results and bought Tide Ultra stain release on a whim my last time at the store. It is wonderful! I apply the product and rub it in with the cap, and I am done. All stains have come out the first time. I have also had good results with using it as the detergent in a small load of stained clothes. This is my new "must have" product.
I have an HE washer. I bought the HE version of the New Tide Ultra Stain Release. I was very disappointed. Not only did it not clean as well as the Tide Original Liquid that I am accustomed to, but it didn't smell good either. The New Ultra Stain release has a funky odor that transferred to my clothes. I'm sticking with the regular Tide liquid. I hope the regular isn't discontinued to be replaced by this stuff. It would be an act of regressing modern day progress.
I bought this tide hoping that it would get the different stains out of my family's clothes. My daughter had spilled chocolate milk on a new shirt that I bought her. I took her to school and left the shirt on her cause I would be late for work. She came home and threw it in the dirty clothes and I had forgot all about it. When I finally washed this shirt (two weeks later), I just threw it in the washer with the stain release which the stain did not come out. Then I pour some of the stain release detergent and used the scrubby and wash it again. I was amazed that the stain actually came out. I thought that I should have done that the first time but as I said I forgot all about it at first.
I poured Tide Ultra Stain Release on a pair of Levis covered in dried white latex paint, (these were not laundered yet). I let it soak for about a week in a bucket of water and used a wire brush on the legs and all the paint came off easily. I was truly amazed, as my son thought his favorite pants they were ruined. Great product!
My 2yrs old son ate the mango custard bread and it got to the front of his t-shirt. I immediately remove his shirt and treated it with Ultra Stain Release liquid and i poured it to the shirt and use the scrubber cup to scrubbed it and let it soaked for 2 hrs and the stain didn't come out so I used the bleach alternative tide liquid and pour on to the shirt and let it soak over night. However the stain still there. The mango yellow custard still there. I washed it with the rest of my clothes with the ultra stain release liquid detergent in the washing machine. The stain still there. I used to use regular tide but i went to Target and saw these two new liquid detergent and want to give it a try. I know my 2 yrs old always made a mess on his clothes so i want to use these two products but it didn't treat this stain and also crayon marks. I know if I used the Clorox bleach dipped it with qtip it will work but it just time consuming because part of the shirt is white and has other colors to it so i need to treat it area at a time. I hope there will be another Tide product can get rid of the food stains in the future.
I have used Tide products for 30+ years and have always been very pleased. Until now....the new Stain Release Detergent did not perform as expected. I have two active sons who never stay clean for very long. Relatively "new stains", less than 24 hours old, did not come out the first time, even with pre-treating. Clothes were washed three times before I achieved an "acceptable" level of clean. I will go back to my original Tide.
We like using Tide laundry detergent but always use Free and Gentle. Our Family doesn't like heavy scented smells. This Tide has a very light fresh smell that our family doesn't seem to mind. Thank You Tide.
A: Both types of laundry detergent provide excellent cleaning results. In general, powders work better on clay and mud. Liquids work better on greasy, oily marks. Liquids can be used to pretreat stains by pouring a little directly on the stain and rubbing lightly.
A: Our Tide Ultra Stain Release Liquid Laundry Detergent formula gives you the powerful clean of Tide, and it’s designed to help remove even the toughest stains, especially food-related grease stains.
A: Yes, Tide Ultra Stain Release Liquid Laundry Detergent is available in two formulations: HE and standard. We recommend only using Tide Ultra Stain Release HE with high-efficiency washers.
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