Product Description: * Certified Biodegradable
* For HE & Standard Washers
* Not tested on Animals
A hard-working detergent that really goes to work on your tough stains with a low-sudsing formula that is ideal for high-efficiency washers.
Did you know that up to 90% of the energy used to wash your clothes is used for heating the hot water? Washing in cold water significantly reduces your energy use and carbon footprint, which is good for the planet and saves you money! Washing in cold water is also gentler on your clothes. Planet Ultra Powdered Laundry Detergent is formulated to work in any water temperature, so consider switching to cold water for your laundry.
Warnings: Eye irritant. May be harmful if swallowed.
In case of eye contact, flush thoroughly with water for at least 15 minutes and consult a physician if symptoms persist. . If swallowed, drink plenty of water, do not induce vomiting, and seek immediate medical attention. In case of skin contact, rinse well with water. Keep this and all household cleaners out of reach of children.
Additional Info: There may be some settling of contents during shipment. Be assured there is a full 64 ounces in each box, which represents 20 loads of regular washing. Not tested on animals. Made in Canada.
Ingredients: Sodium Chloride (Mineral Flow Agent and Carrier)
Sodium Carbonate (Mineral pH Adjuster and Water Softener)
Laureth-7, Sodium Laureth Sulphate (Plant-Based Cleaning Agents)
Sodium Tetraborate Pentahydrate (Mineral Stabilizer)
Sodium Silicate (Mineral Corrosion Inhibitor)
Hydrated Silica (Mineral Flow Agent and Stabilizer)
Cellulose Gum (Plant-based Anti-redeposition agent)
Suggested Use: 1. Sort & Pre-Treat: Sort your clothes. Pre-treat any large or dark stains just prior to washing.
2. Measure Detergent: Measure to 3 oz fill line for a regular/large load. For HE washers, use half this amount (1.5 oz). Use more detergent for extra large or heavily soiled loads. Add detergent to washer tub. Do not use washer's dispensing tubs.
,br> 3. For best cleaning results, do not overload the washer, and use the right amount of detergent for your specific wash conditions. Always refer to garment care labels for specific laundering instructions, and follow your washer's directions for dispensing detergent and loading your clothing.