Here's how it works
Detergent, fabric softener, bleach and whiteness enhancer work together as a pH-neutral formula that keeps linen fibers stronger and looking like new.
Advanced formula uses more enzymes designed for lower wash temperatures to help break down stains in colder water.3
Innovative wash process reduces the number of fills and total water used.
Where Your Money Goes
If you want to see real bottom line savings, it's important to have a big-picture understanding of how your laundry room expenses break down. The Tide Professional Coldwater System not only delivers results - it delivers significant savings.
Simplicity & Service
The Tide® Professional Coldwater System is simple to use, and switching is easy too:
- Trouble-free professional installation
- Dedicated local service consultant measured on responsiveness, quality, compliance and customer satisfaction
- Automatic product portioning helps avoid mistakes like overdosing and product contact
- Color coding and lock-and-key connectors make refilling simple
*Annual savings based on a 150 room property switching from a standard alkaline system to the Tide® Professional Coldwater System. Assume U.S. national average commercial water and gas costs according to Black & Veatch 2012/2013 report "50 Largest Cities Water/Wastewater Rate Survey" and the American Gas Association 2012 "Energy Industry Analyses and Statistics". Must have fully programmable washing machines to qualify for savings. Linen savings based on a 50-cycle test vs. the leading alkaline system. Savings assumes the standard competitive system is priced parity with Tide® Professional Everyday system (Tide Detergent,
**As low as 90F
1When you switch to the Tide® Professional Coldwater System from the standard hot system. For guest room linens only.
2When you switch to the Tide® Professional Coldwater System from the standard hot system. For guest room linens only. Applies to energy used to heat water in your washing machine only.
3Vs. leading alkaline system in 50-cycle test with Tide® Advanced and Tide® Coldwater Systems
4Assume national average water and gas costs according to Black & Veatch 2012/2013 report “50 Largest Cities Water/Wastewater Rate Survey” and the American Gas Association 2012 “Energy Industry Analyses and Statistics”.
5 Data source: Labor and indirect costs based on Uniform & Textile Service Association’s On Premise Laundry (OPL) Processing Costs Study, February 3, 2006.