Oxi-Clean vs. Downy
Oxi-Clean and Downy are both great laundry detergents, but your purchase choice ultimately depends on what you like including fragrance, price, and appearance of the ad. These choices are the biggest factors because this is what people mainly look for when they want to buy the item. Who knows these days, people have too many reasons for making their decisions. They might have some similarities but they have big differences such as company, amount sold, and years they’ve been in business. With that said, someone might make their choice based on who has the better company altogether.
The Oxi-Clean company was founded in 1997. It is a line of household cleaners, laundry additive, and stain remover marketed by Church & Dwight. They were originally sold only through infomercials before being sold in major stores like Sam’s, Target, and Walmart in 1999. The Oxi-Clean brand has made up to $22.4 million in annual sales since the early 2000s. From the sound of that, it seems like the Oxi-Clean business knows what they’re doing since they bring in that much money each year. If someone were to really look back onto the money that they bring in, that would be a huge factor in their decision. Oxi-Clean has been compared to other cleaners like Febreze, Clorox, and Orange Glo and blew them out the water with the amount of sales they brought in and the amount of money they made. With all of this known, let’s see what kind of business the Downy Company is bringing in.
Downy was first introduced in December 1961. A whole 36 years before Oxi-Clean was even started! They are produced by Procter & Gamble. P&G also have 70 other “core” brands that also bring in billions for the company. Seems like they’re doing much better than Church & Dwight and Oxi-Clean. Downy has brought in $1 billion to $10 billion in sales for the company. That stat puts Oxi-Clean to shame. Anyone who actually pays attention to this would automatically choose Downy over Oxi-Clean....