In our families, la abuela is an important figure who commands respect. Because of this, Tide’s latest “Mi Tide” campaign focuses on the abuela figure as a driving influence in the needs of her family: la abuela siempre está al tanto de lo más moderno; only the best for her family!
Tide has also released a survey with relevant around laundry and stain removal concerns. For example, did you know that 65% of Hispanics throw away garments ruined by bleach or home remedies, up to 5 times a year? The survey also found that 68% of Hispanics want a detergent that both whitens and brightens and leaves fabrics like new.
My thoughts-So I have a son who plays Soccer for his school. We have his practice clothes, game clothes, and the school uniform we try to keep looking good all year long. Tide Vivid helped keep his Khaki pants looking sharp and not dull.
Tide Boost Vivid helped get all those tough stains out of the baby's clothes. My daughter spills and drools food and drink all over her clothes. Sometimes I am guilty of just throwing it away because of that persky stain that won't get out.
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***Disclosure-Sample product provided to review. All opinions are my own. Results may vary and are based on my personal experience.