Ingredients from the label
What appears on the label: Water, Laureth-6, Sodium lauryl sulfate, sodium citrate, glycerin, sodium chloride, oleic acid, sodium hydroxide, calcium chloride, citric acid, protease, amylase, mannanase, benzisothiazolinone, methylisothiazolinone
Text from the label
As it appears in the database
Warnings & Directions
Directions for Use:
Follow garment care label instructions. PRETREAT: Pour onto stained fabric, rub gently and soak. MEASURE: Line 2 (1.5 oz/44 mL) for medium loads; to line 4 (2.2 oz/65 mL) for heavily soiled or larger loads. WASH: Use dispenser for HE washers. For standard washers, start machine, add detergent. then clothes. Contains 66 loads as measured to medium dose. Septic safe.
Keep out of reach of children. If product gets into eyes, flush throughly with water. If swallowed, drink plenty of water.
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Top scoring factors: Some concern for acute aquatic toxicity; bioaccumulation; general systemic/organ effects
Top scoring factors: May contain ingredients with potential for developmental/endocrine/reproductive effects; acute aquatic toxicity; respiratory effects
This product is a certified green cleaner.
Design for the Environment
Safer Choice, formerly known as Design for the Environment, is a voluntary program overseen by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. The agency certifies products, including household cleaners, that meet their criteria for human and environmental safety. Companies may carry the Safer Choice Seal if they formulate products with ingredients that meet standards developed through the program. Acceptable ingredients receive a green circle (low concern based on experimental and modeled data), a green half-circle (low concern based on experimental and modeled data, but with some data gaps), or a yellow triangle (some hazard concern).
Whole Foods Market Eco-Scale Rated
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Products bearing the Leaping Bunny mark are certified cruelty-free under the Humane Household Products Standard, managed in the U.S. and Canada by the Coalition for Consumer Information on Cosmetics, a coalition of eight national animal protection groups. Participating companies must open their processes to independent audits throughout the supply chain.
PETA Cruelty-free Companies
Companies that join the "Caring Consumer" program of People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, a leading international animal rights advocacy organization, attest that "neither they nor their ingredient suppliers conduct or commission any animal tests on ingredients, formulations or finished products, and that they pledge not to do so in the future."