From what I was told, Tide with Bleach HE powder is only available at Walmart. Walmart told me they have the exclusive on it :( If you use a MAX of 2 TBS. you can get away with regular Tide with Bleach powder in a front loader! It is a very good product!!!
Before Tide released an "he" version of powder with bleach, I went thru TWO entire boxes of regular Tide with Bleach powder. Zero sudsing issues. Actually, I think the ingredients might be identical, or near identical for the he and non-he versions. Even the non-he version lists suds inhibitor as an ingredient. Good Luck!! ;)
Kroger has Tide with Bleach powder but I don't think it was HE. I usually buy regular powder as I can use less for the same results with less scent. The HE doesn't suds less in soft water or clean any better. It's confusing.
Tide with bleach powder cleans your clothes and helps keep your colors bright and your whites white. Contains nonchlorine bleach along with a unique bleach-activating system effective, color-safe bleaching performance. Quick-dissolving formula immediately starts dissolving, even in cold water and leaves your clothes virtually residue-free. The moisture-resistant carton means no need to worry about clumping, and it helps keep the powder fresh and free-flowing.
|Post# 501817 , Reply# 98   3/6/2011 at 14:22 (2,215 days old) by roscoe62 (Canada)  || |
|Checkrate/Likes         Tide with Bleach HE powder I wish P&G would get their act together as well and provide the HE formula to everyone in whatever it is that PG need to make their mind upon !! I see on a website named Sams Club that P&G does make the Tide powder with Bleach in an HE formula, why isn't it readily available to those of us who have the newer machines, EVERYWHERE? It must be a geographical thing maybe (?) where they are testing it? That's the only logic I can see and we don't have a lot of powder HE choices on the market so if P&G want it's share it's time people I couldn't agree more :)|