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  • Comparing it to other detergent soaps, like Ariel and Tide, Surf definitely has less in quality, that's why even if it's cheaper I stopped using it

    • by ingking

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      Surf Detergent Powder is a considerably new product, as compared to other detergent soaps like Tide and Ariel which have been in the market for quite sometime. It was released for the masses, as an alternative cheaper detergent soap.

      I tried it, because I was one of those people who would

      willingly try new products every time something is new in the market. It was disappointing, because no matter how many hours you soak the clothes it really doesn’t clean it much, and you really have to vigorously wash the cloth to completely take off any dirt, sweat marks and stains. Also, you have to use a lot of powder because it does not bubble up much which I hated the most, because it’s really hard to do laundry by hand if there are no bubbles, it’s just not the same. And usually, there are a lot of powder in the pack that ...

      • Surf Detergent Powder
      does not dissolve completely in the water. So in the end, you end up paying more because you need more powder for your laundry as compared to the more expensive detergents.

      Comparing it to other detergent soaps, like Ariel and Tide, Surf definitely has less in quality, that’s why even if

      it’s cheaper I stopped using it. Cause it just makes my doing laundry even more harder than it is. Unlike Ariel, where you could just leave your clothes soaking and it takes out the dirt, with Surf you really have to exert some effort for your clothes to be completely clean.

santhosh says :

hii sir i have an chemical if u mix that chemical to ur surf powder the the clothes will have birgthness and the dirt in the busket will be settled down in the water
Galega says :

Unilever doesn’t approve mixing any chemicals in Surf Detergent. The maximum you can do is to mix lemon and bleaching powder. Apart from that, mixing any chemicals can be disastrous for your clothes.
Alley says :

How long has Surf been around?
Rebecca G says :

Surf was introduced in 1959
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