New Tide Laundry Detergent Dispensing System w/ 2 Refill Bottles: Order Now for Just $29.99

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Tide just released a new product!

The new Tide Clean Kit EZ Press Precision Dispensing System is an easy-to-use, all-in-one, dispensing system for your Tide liquid laundry detergent – it gives you anti-drip dispensing and features an upside-down system that uses gravity to help get all of the detergent out of the bottle (which also displays how much is actually left).


You can now order the Tide Clean Kit EZ Press Precision Dispensing System for just $29.99 on! This starter kit includes a dispenser, measuring cup and two refill bottles of Tide Original Scent HE Turbo Clean liquid laundry detergent.

NOTE – According to Tide, this device is to be used with the Tide Clean Kit refills bottles only. They state that you cannot refill the device with other detergents or liquids.

What do YOU think about this dispensing system?
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Comments 44

  1. Daniela

    I think this would only be useful at a laundromat where the staff has to wash constant loads, or an Army laundry room. A little cumbersome for the regular folks who wash less often.

  2. Sarah

    Once I started making my own laundry detergent, I’ve never looked back. Takes an hour or so to make, lasts 6 months or more for under $10. This seems pretty expensive for what it is. Can’t you still buy the big containers of laundry soap with the spigot on them?

    • neil

      How do you make your own?

      • Sarah

        Here’s my recipe, sometimes I double it, since I’m already at it.

        4 4 oz bars Kirk’s Original Coco Castile Soap Fragrance Free
        • 4 lbs Baking Soda
        • 3. 7 lbs Arm & Hammer Super Washing Soda (1 box)
        • 3 lbs L.A.’s Totally Awesome Power Oxygen Base Cleaner (can find at any Dollar Tree or Dollar General) – this stud is rated better than Oxi-Clean for health by EWG, so I use it or Oxi-Clean Baby.
        — Grate Soap in Food processor then mix with all other ingredients. I store mine in a 40lb cat litter plastic tub.
        — I use 1 Tablespoon for regular loads and 2 Tablespoons for heavily soiled loads

        • JROXY

          Thank you!!!

        • rebecca

          i want to agree with Sarah. i just made my own again yesterday, and in case anyone is wondering, i have an HE machine, and this works no problem, 1 tablespoon as she said.
          i use ZOTE laundry soap for my bar soap in the recipe (i haven’t tried the Kirk’s that she mentions) and Zote smells pleasant and is often available at Big Lots or Walmart for like $1.50 for a big bar.
          i don’t put in the laundry booster/Oxi-cleaner in my recipe, i only just use that for individual loads when needed, such as a load with extra stains in it from babies clothes.
          this stuff is way cheaper, it’s effective, and no questionable chemical smells.

        • jan

          According to laundry love and science (awesome FB group for cleaning) Homemade detergent is a HUGE no no and doesn’t actually clean clothes and towels. I made my own before as well, and then I was directed to the page and it does not work, and actually ends up costing more than some very cheap, very effective detergents. Just a heads up!

          • Jennifer

            How can it not work when you make it with laundry additives such as borax, and fels naphtha laundry bar?

          • Casey

            Found the same thing Jan! I went back to store bought and stock up on sales! My clothes felt different t the first time after I washed. I think there was a build up! So what I read is after awhile if you do not use it all fast enough it breaks down and becomes ineffective. Just the same way store bought soap can!

    • JROXY

      Yes, please share how you make your own. Thanks

  3. Pam

    Omg read the 2 star Amazon review. Haha!! Made me laugh 🙂

    • Mary

      That was funny! I loved the response from Tide also!

      • Anabel

        What was their response? Couldn’t find it

      • Sue

        What response?

    • Daniela

      Hahahahaha! So perfect.

    • April

      It definitely wasn’t nice to ruin the ranking of the product as a joke.

    • Whitney


  4. Dawn

    Wow, this seems ridiculously exspensive. Is measuring laundry detergent really so hard that we should spend so much more? 128 loads for $30 is a lot for detergent.

    • Casey

      I thought the same thing. Some seem to really like it! Maybe if you don’t do laundry often or are trying to teach children? I’d be spending a ton of money every month though. Lol

    • Lisa

      Thought the same thing, Dawn and Casey. Remember when I think it was Downey had the little balls you fill with fabric softener? Do they even exist anymore? The only thing I could possibly think of is that maybe this is a safety issue with the whole Tide pod thing and maybe this is safer (not sure though).

      • Casey

        Lisa, thanks for the laugh… lol my mom loved those downy balls so much! She still has one to this day!! Lol

  5. Sue

    How would tide know if you filled it with a different brand?

    • Krystal Davey

      I think they mean the bottles are designed to not be refilled and no other brand has a bottle that will work. I bought a hand soap dispensing system that I figured I could refill but the dispenser just punctures the bottle and you can’t really refill through the hole and if you make it bigger the dispenser won’t seal and work. I’m not sure if that’s the same deal here but I quickly abandoned it as the refills were expensive after the initial coupon deals.

      • arnold

        Just drill a hole in the top of the bottle and refill with a funnel.

  6. Becca

    Amazon review:
    Soooo – Where to begin? It’s Tide – and my clothes aren’t really dirty because I have a middle management, white collar job with my wife and 1.8 kids living in suburbia and drive a Prius with leather seats to work. So naturally – it’s cleaning my not-dirty clothes as well as anything – even those stupid soap nuts. I was all “This thing is stupid.” and “Why do I need this?” until the magic happened. As soon as I was done with the first bottle and it was sitting in the recycle bin GLARING at me, the lightbulb went off! I had an impending party in my 1,800 sq ft raised ranch on a cul de sac (what the heck does that even mean – it’s probably “where overweight Americans live” in French or something) and needed to dispense copious amounts of Appletinis and blush wine without using those unsightly cardboard boxes (it pronounced Rose-“AY” Sharon… not Rose-“E”). WELL! LET. ME. TELL. YOU! I tore off that orange wrapper and poured in some Franzia and immediately tested it out. I mean… WOW! The first glass had a little bit of a head on it and was more lavender than pink, but boy was I woozy. After the first glass I knew what I had to do. I dumped the blue liquid out of the second bottle and filled that sucker up. The party was a blast – when I filled it, the foam made it look a little funny and rainbowy – so I called it unicorn tears – which made EVERYONE want to try it. All I can say is that I’ve ordered like six more since then so I can have a variety of mixes staged and ready for the next shin-dig with my besties. Get them before they are gone! You get Tide clean and an AWESOME way to dispense your adult beverages for one low (okay – not low) price – which is also a big plus because the “keep away from children” lever keeps them from drinking your booze.

    What the heck am I reviewing here – Tide liquid – whatevs – my TJ Maxx’s were already clean. Five Stars.
    The dispenser… Three Stars. It’s too low to put my wine glass under and only comes in ONE color so I actually need to label what’s in it for my stupid friends that don’t like “cheap” Vodka.
    The refills – One Star – they only come in that stupid small size which makes me have to refill it with Vodka often.

    Net, Two stars because you make me empty the bottles first and don’t have larger ones that will hold a full 750 of wine.

  7. Maite

    Just another material thing that is really not needed…unless of course you get the whole deal for $10 😋

  8. Erin

    Here’s the thing about products like this: While yes, they are made for convenience and cost a little more, you need to think about the other people in the world. Working with people with disabilities, this product would be great because it’s easy to use, easier to measure and doesn’t involve as many steps. Plus, people with dexterity issues, MS, and the sorts this is a game changer. So, while yes, it IS more expensive, it’s a great low-tech assistive technology that is super useful to some.


    • Alice

      Great insight.

    • Lori

      You are so right Erin. I have nerve damage and arthritis in my hands but am fortunate that i am mostly able to use them. Some are unable to unscrew the tops of bottles or even lift heavy bottles or boxes. Although it is too expensive for me it will be just perfect for others.

  9. llc

    I refill the 150oz with the dispenser. I bought it like 6 years ago before I laid off and didn’t watch what I spend. I honestly cant believe it has lasted as long as it has. I keep waiting for the nozzle to leak but it has held up well.

  10. Amy

    I can see where this might be very useful! When pods first came out I didn’t think I’d ever use them, but I buy them when I find great deals on them and they are quick and easy to use. My 2 oldest young adults do their own laundry and I never have to worry about them using too much detergent with the pods. 1 tends to use too much and the other seems to not use enough. My 16 year old son is disabled and I assist him with all aspects of doing his laundry but he wants to do as much of it as he can on his own. He is not able to use the detergent jugs with the spout, the button is difficult for him to hold to dispense. Pod containers are hard to open so I open that for him or we use a very small laundry detergent jug I refill that is easier to manuever and not so heavy to hold while pouring. This looks like it might be very helpful for us! Any time I can utilize something that increases his independence it is worth it 100 times over!

    • Lisa

      Amy, I can appreciate your point, but I do think there was also something in the news about actually one pod was not enough to clean things (maybe Google it). I think it was like 2 or 3 months back in the news and they determined the pods were not enough, but I guess better to under use detergent (and be safe) than to over use detergent and have a suds mess.

      • Amy

        Our oldest 2 tend to use the regular jugs of detergent and reserve the pods for when our son who needs assistance does his laundry. One of them is usually too conservative and the other thinks the more the better. The pods are good for that but I only buy them when I find a great deal and they use them when we only have pods or have a good stock of them so that we have plenty when their brother needs them. I think it would be the same with this system due to the cost of it. If I can find a deal on it to purchase one I think we all would tend to reserve it’s use for our son that needs assistance with his laundry.

        • Thia

          Amy – Teaching your kids to do their own laundry – BRILLIANT!

    • lori ogbuji

      I think the pods would be fab for when I was living in an apartment, walking up and down four flights of stairs with the laundry and the detergent. Now I only buy them if there is a great sale.

      • Casey

        Ohhh didn’t think about that! Pods would. E good for that! Man I’m so glad my apartment days are over. Lol

    • Emily

      Amy, I do not have small kids, so I do not worry about kids eating the pods. I bought a glass jar with a lid from onieda or anchor hocking. I picked it up at walmart. I put the pods in the jar as soon as I open the bag and keep the jar on the shelf. Mine looks like a small goldfish bowl with a lid. The lid isnt tight and the pods are easy to get out. Something like that may help your son as well. They also have the laundry detergent that you push down a pump to dispense.

  11. Oshea

    The really large container of Tide has a dispenser on it. Same effect if it’s laid on its side, just not clear. However, you can see the liquid through the bottle.

  12. laurie

    I use the Sam’s club brand of Tide pods. There are 120 of them for around $18. I have had the same jug for over 5mos as we are a family of 3. We only do laundry on the weekends so we do mostly 2 loads a week. I love the fact that my kids can be taught how to do wash and not waste detergent. I used to make homemade detergent,but got lazy. I think the pods are great for any person with arthritis,MS etc.

  13. michelle trotta

    I bought this three days ago. Carefully inserted the detergent bottle. It worked well twice. This morning I threw the hole pump system out. The lock mechanism jammed. The detergent leaked big puddles all over my washer and dryer. I now have an open gooey bottle of tide sitting on a towel on my washer. Don’t waste your money. Poor quality. Huge mess. Epic FAIL Tide

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