Are you having an issue with your laundry detergent and need to contact the Gain customer service number? Whether your teenager just bit into a Gain pod or you need some advice to get out a nasty grass stain, Gain customer service reps are ready to help you. Read on to find out the best way to contact them.
Gain Customer Service Number
Gain is a product of Procter and Gamble. Information or help for Gain or other P&G products can be found by calling their customer service number at 800-888-4246. The number is answered from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. EST Monday through Friday.
Gain Email/Contact Form
Gain and its parent company Procter and Gamble do not have an available email address. Customers fill out a contact form that includes their name and email address and the reason for sending a message. Choose from one of the following reasons.
Send a testimonial
Ask a question
Product availability/where to buy
Report a problem
Coupons, samples, and sponsorship
The contact form can be found here:
Gain Mailing Address
There does not seem to be a specific address associated with Gain, but if you wish to send correspondence to P&G, here is the address.
The Procter & Gamble Company
1 P&G Plaza
Cincinnati, OH 45202
Gain Live Chat
Gain does not seem to have a live chat option on their webpage. It seems the best way to contact company representatives is to call or send a contact form. Customers can also send messages via Facebook.
Gain Support Website
Gain’s customer support page is rather straightforward. Customers may search for frequently asked questions such as “how can I get Gain coupons or samples?” or “Will P&G donate product for my event or organization?”
Elsewhere on their website, customers can read about Gain’s 11 Ahhhmazing Scents and their products, which includes detergents, fabric softeners, and dryer sheets. Read more about Gain at
Gain Social Media Accounts
And yes, Gain has a presence on social media.
Gain’s Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/gain/
Gain responds to messages on Facebook usually within 24 hours.
Gain’s Twitter: https://twitter.com/gain?lang=en
Gain uses Twitter to provide customers with laundry tips. They also use the platform to show how Gain and other P&G products are helping protect the environment.
Gain’s LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/procter-and-gamble/
Gain’s parent company, P&G monitor this account.
Gain’s Google+: https://plus.google.com/116978361734024697894
Just like the LinkedIn account, Gain’s Google+ account is monitored by parent company P&G.
Gain also has a YouTube Channel at https://www.youtube.com/user/gain/Custom.
Customers can find Gain TV commercials and post their Gain inspired content as well.
Gain has been an essential part of the P&G lineup since 1969. In 1981, Gain’s marketing campaign changed from promoting the product as a stain remover to its current promotion as a detergent with amazing smells. In fact, Gain products currently come in 11 unique scents.
Gain is P&G’s 8th largest brand in dollar sales in the U.S. Products include powder and liquid laundry detergent. Gain also produces dryer sheets, dryer bars, and scent boosters. Gain also has added dishwashing liquid to their list of products.
Their scents are so popular, P&G have capitalized on them by adding the scents to other products including Fabreze, Mr. Clean, Swiffer, and Cascade.
In 2011, Gain gave out a million dollars to a lucky winner who won a video contest. Gain asked customers to create a video titled “I Use Gain and Smell Like a Million Bucks.” The winner was from Washington.