How good does Gain Liquid Laundry Detergent smell? Its loyal users are called Gainiacs and they just can’t get enough of their amazing smelling laundry.. But if you’re the type who thinks with your head as well as your nose, you’ll love this: Gain liquid detergents work in both HE and regular machines, and they lift away dirt and lock in an amazing scent to keep your laundry smelling great even after two weeks! In case you haven’t already left to wash your laundry with Gain Liquid laundry detergent, let us introduce you to the ahhhmazing world of fresh-smelling clothes. What you’ll find below
Why to Choose Gain Liquid Laundry Detergent
There’s a number of reasons why washing with Gain Liquid laundry detergent is one of the best things you can do to your clothes.
Scent That Lasts
Besides lifting away dirt and locking in a scent that can last for up to two weeks, Gain Liquid laundry detergents also pack powerful perfume micro capsules that gradually release scent while you wear your clothes, so you’re always getting bursts of ahhhhh instead of gusts of ughhhhh. Science never smelled so good!
Your Perfect Match
If you’re serious about your love of scent, then pair Gain liquid detergent with the matching scent of Gain fabric softener and Gain Fireworks scent beads, for a match made in sniffin'!
Works in Both Hot and Cold Water
Gain liquid detergents give you a beautiful clean and a long-lasting layer of enchanting freshness in both hot and cold water washes.
Compatible for All Washers
Designed to be used in all types of washing machines, Gain liquid detergents deliver the same excellent scent results in regular as well as high-efficiency washing machines.
Find Your Favorite Gain Liquid Laundry Detergent Scent
Pick your new favorite liquid laundry detergent scent from our exciting scent range, and seduce all the noses in the world, one piece of clothing at a time.
Experience the heavenly fragrance of Moonlight Breeze, a smooth-smelling laundry detergent that feels like a breath of fresh air on a moonlit stroll.
Experience the power of Gain Botanicals Orange Blossom Vanilla, Gain’s first entry into the natural laundry detergent category, and let the fresh aroma of orange blossom and the comforting warmth of vanilla sweep you off your feet!
You’ve never experienced scent this extreme before. With three times the freshness intensity of Gain Original, Gain Fiercely Fresh is a nose-pleasing game changer.
That’s not everything! From the exotic Apple Mango Tango to the extremely fresh Midnight Bloom, we have a scent for every nose under the sun. Are you ready to explore them?
How to Use Gain Liquid Laundry Detergent
Read our laundry guide to learn the basics of washing with Gain liquid detergents, including how much laundry detergent to use!
Step 1: Measure detergent Measure the right amount of laundry detergent with the measuring cap. For medium loads, fill to bar 2, for large loads, fill to bar 4, and for full loads, fill to bar 5.
Step 2: Add clothes Follow the fabric care instructions on your clothing labels, then sort them according to colors. Add your clothes into the washing machine’s drum.
Step 3: Add detergent Pour the previously measured amount of liquid detergent into the machine’s dispenser.
Step 4: Run wash cycle Start your washer and let it run a full cycle.
Keep out of reach of children. If swallowed, give a glassful of water, and call a physician. In case of eye contact, flush with water. Do not reuse this package for dispensing beverages or other liquids.
Gain Flings Laundry Detergent Pacs
Hands up if you love great-smelling clothes! We have amazing news for you: Gain Flings laundry detergent pacs come with 50% more scent than Gain liquid laundry detergents.
Mix & Match Your Favorite Scents of Laundry Detergents and Softeners
When your goal is to have the best smelling laundry anywhere, you need to explore the many matching scents Gain has to offer.
Gain Liquid Fabric Softener
Gain liquid fabric softener gives you the Gain scent you love, in a fabric softener that makes your clothes softer and less static-y. Is stactic-y even a word?