Persil Powder/Megaperls/Gel: Which dissolves better in cold water
Cold water in the summer months is comfortable cold out of the tap.
Cold water in the winter months is very very cold - frigid.
Persil's Powder, Megaperls, and Gel ALL SAY 20 degrees Celcius/40/60/90 on the label! That implies that they ALL perform equally (i.e. dissolve equally well) under all those stated temperatures! That's hard to believe that a powder dissolves equally well as a Megaperls and as a gel! It's simply not commonsensical!!
Some say that gels coagulate when the water is very cold. Others say that powder may not dissolve in cold water. Who knows about Megaperls.
May I ask what the good folks here think? I'm hoping for a knowledgeable, experienced answer, as calling Miele, Electrolux did not help whatsoever.
I have a new, not yet used for the first time Electrolux machine and it's not clear if it has a water heater that heats up super cold water. I did find out that Miele DOES do that, unless you specifically tell it NOT to (under the No Heat button). I cannot seem to find out if the Electrolux has a heater or not to heat up ultra cold water to more moderately cold water.
Thank you in advance.