Laundry detergent capsules are some of the most popular cleaning products on the market – they’ve helped to revolutionise the way we do our laundry, making it quicker, simpler, and more convenient than ever before. There’s no need to measure the correct dose – everything you need is right there in one handy, compact-sized capsule.
Think detergent capsules couldn’t get any better? Think again! The new Persil dual capsules - available in bio and non-bio - take laundry to a whole new level, working hard to produce a truly unrivalled freshness.
What are Persil Dual Action Capsules?
These innovative cleaning products are the first capsules with stain removing microgranules to hit the shelves in supermarkets up and down the country, and are fast becoming a ‘must have’ across the nation. The question is – how do these products perform so well? Dual Persil liquid capsules combine the great cleaning properties of Persil laundry detergents with the ‘wow’ factor of stain removers to create an all-in-one product that takes away the stresses and strains of dealing with dirty marks, stubborn stains, and discolouration.
How to Use Persil Capsules
Do you like the sound of these new capsules? Here’s how to use Persil capsules to benefit from optimal performance and see breathtaking results:
- Pop a Persil dual capsule into the drum of your washing machine before adding your laundry. This will ensure the capsule’s contents become evenly distributed amongst your clothes.
- Add your laundry as usual, being careful not to overfill the machine. Your capsule may not be able to distribute its contents evenly if there’s not enough space for clothing to move around in the wash.
- Set the washing machine to the correct settings for each individual load of laundry.
- Start your wash and sit back and relax as your clothes benefit from the dual action of Persil’s new, revolutionary liquid capsules.
- If you see residue on your clothes after the wash, don’t worry! Here's what might have happened. The capsules require water and agitation to dissolve. On rare occasions – possibly having to do with the agitation of the machine, or if the washing machine has been overloaded – the capsule can become trapped in an item of clothing and water may not be able to penetrate it. This might happen with an item made of corduroy, for instance. If a capsule remains in this position throughout the wash cycle (when the detergent is likely to be released), some residue might be left on the garment. The residue can easily be removed by rinsing it with water, or by popping it back in the wash on a repeat wash/rinse cycle.
As well as knowing how to effectively use capsules, it's also really important to know how to safely store them. Check out our article on laundry capsules and child safety here.
Have you tried Persil Dual Capsules? And if you're interested in trying them, find out how to buy them here!