In the early days of the Internet, the best way to keep track of the laundry deterrents you buy was to download and use a service like Tide, which lets you search the catalogs for “tide” or “laundry detergent” and “products” to find laundry detergenants.
But it’s a lot easier to just grab the product, open the product’s ingredient list, and buy it.
And it’s harder to tell when a detergent will wash away and when it won’t.
Now, there’s a new company, Tide Plus, that makes it much easier to use the two methods that people have used to try to find the right detergent for their laundry.
Tide Plus, which has raised more than $50 million in funding, has developed an app called Tide Plus-Laundry, which allows you to use both Tide and the online catalogs.
It works with laundry detergers from many brands, including Tide, Gatorade, Dove, and the makers of the popular LaundryAid and Tide detergent.
When you download Tide Plus Plus-laundries, you can browse the detergent and find what you want by searching for “water,” “faucet,” “soap,” “dishwasher,” or “fishing line,” as well as “water-based detergent.”
The app then shows you the brands and ingredients in the laundry products it has listed, along with the ingredients and cost.
In a recent interview, John Pascall, a senior vice president at Tide Plus and its cofounder, said the app’s technology is much more intuitive than the old way.
The app lets you browse products by brand, ingredients, and price.
And you can sort products by their water-based and soap-based strength, and see how they work together.
It’s a huge step forward, he said.
The company plans to make Tide Plus a standalone product that you can use in any home, not just in your bathroom.
Pascalls said it will be available in the spring of 2020.
Tidal’s founder and CEO, Mike Johnson, said he and Pascalla are focused on making Tide Plus as useful as the products they make.
“We have to make sure that we’re making it as useful to people as possible,” Johnson said.
And while it’s important to get a product from the manufacturer, he added, you have to use it for its intended purpose.
For example, when you buy a detergant, you know it’s made to work with a dishwasher, not a sink.
And so if you have a dishwashing machine, you may not want to wash your clothes with a deterganant that’s not designed to work in the sink.
Pascalla said the company is not interested in selling its technology to anyone else.
It does not have an IPO or a share offering.
But the company said that a large percentage of its revenue is going to the makers and retailers of laundry deterGents.
It said it’s working on getting its technology into laundry deterger kits and in other products that use detergants.
Paschall said the team is working on the idea of getting Tide Plus into the laundry room as well.
Tide has had success with its technology.
The brand’s first product was a “waterless” version of the Laundrash line, which is made with water, soap, and detergent ingredients that are then blended with laundry.
But as consumers began to use washing machines, the brand lost some of its luster, Pascallo said.
As its brands started to sell out, it started to see some backlash from people who didn’t want to buy Tide Plus in their own bathrooms.
“They felt like they were getting a product that wasn’t water-free,” he said, adding that the company has received complaints from customers about detergent being too watery and the way the detergives were packaged.
“And that’s the challenge of this technology: we have to be as transparent as possible and say we’re using water- and soap and detergency, but not too much water.”
Pascally said the Tide Plus team has taken several steps to address the concerns that have come up.
The first was to find out how much water is in each product, Pasall said.
“The water content of each product will be listed in the ingredient list,” he added.
Then, Pescall said, the company will test its detergences in water before they go into the market.
The Tide Plus app now allows users to view a laundry list of products by color and weight.
For instance, the app lists “water resistant” and the laundry list is “water and soap.”
Pescallo said the technology also helps to keep things from drying out.
He said it’ll take about six months for Tide Plus to make its deter