Ingredients from the label
What appears on the label: Soda Ash, Sodium Metasilicate, Sodium Citrate, Silica, Non Ionic Surfactants, Amphoteric Surfactant, Borax
Text from the label
As it appears in the database
Warnings & Directions
Directions for Use:
Use 1 pod for small to medium loads - use 2 pods for large to extra large loads. Before jumping into washing your clothes, you should know there's no need to open the pod. The outer film is biodegradable and begins to dissolve the moment it touches water so be sure not to have wet hands.1. All you need to do is grab &toss pod(s) into washer drum - not the detergent dispenser. 2. pile in the clothes. 3. reseal pouch for freshness. If you have an HE machine and wish to use the detergent dispenser, be sure to place the pod(s) in the powder section, not the liquid. This will ensure the detergent dissolves completely.
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Top scoring factors: Some concern for chronic aquatic toxicity; digestive system effects; nervous system effects
Top scoring factors: May contain ingredients with potential for developmental/endocrine/reproductive effects; nervous system effects; respiratory effects
This product is a certified green cleaner.
Whole Foods Market Eco-Scale Rated
The Eco-Scale™ rating system created by Whole Foods Market rates products as red, orange, yellow or green based on label disclosure and chemical composition. All products sold at Whole Foods must fully disclose ingredients on the label. An orange, yellow or green rating is assigned based on chemical composition and level of protection of consumers and the environment.
Leading international certifiers PETA and Leaping Bunny have no information concerning this company’s use of animal testing.