Oversoaping: the d
emon in the bottle


"If a little soap is good, a lot must be better, right?" Wrong. Too much detergent causes washing machines to overflow and break down. That means downtime. And service calls. And costly clean up. Which translate to unhappy customers. Is this your world?

Many users fill the entire soap tray to the top, even for tiny loads. Some shove in single-dose pods, sometimes five at a time. Or even pour in dish detergent (true story!) The soap never stops.

What's more, many locations add an extra "pre-wash" cycle - which can use an extra 4 gallons of water - in order to clear out the extra soap used by the previous user. That means for a typical four-cycle wash,
oversoaping needlessly wastes water, every single load.

"But High Efficiency washers can help, right?" Wrong again. It's true HE washers are designed to use less water and less soap - but that means they are even more susceptible to damage from oversoaping. Sadly, this has led some locations to actually remove HE machines. The bottle wins again.

Oversoaping is an epidemic - but we have the cure...

Ban the bottle. Switch to Solid Splash!

There haven't been any killer strategies for winning the battle of the bottle - until now. It's called Solid Splash technology.