24 loads.+ add-in laundry booster removes organic stains removes odors. + all purpose stain remover. + carpet spot remover. Naturally-derived ingredients. No optical brighteners. Chlorine free. Dye free. Specifically formulated for HE & Standard machines. Pre-measured concentrated powder pods. Use 1 pod - for small to medium loads. Use 2 pods - for large to extra large loads. Naturally-derived ingredients. Sodium percarbonate - made from natural soda ash, active oxygen cleans + removes residue. Soda ash - natural mineral water softener. No mess + no clean up. No need to open pods. Water soluble pod film dissolves in all water temperatures. Made in the USA.
Tom's of Maine
15.2 oz (432 g) x 6
Add-in laundry booster brightens colors + whitens whites. 1. Toss 3-in-1 laundry detergent + bleach alternative into washer drum. 2. Pile in the clothes. 3. Reseal pouch for freshness. Pre-soak clothes for tough dried-in stains. 1. Toss pod into water and mix till dissolved. 2. Piece in clothes and let items soak for 1 to 6 hours. 3. Wash as usual, using 3-in-1 laundry detergent + bleach alternative. For top or front load washers. Other fabulous cleaning tips: Always test on a small hidden area. All Purpose Stain Remover: 1 pod/16 oz water. Mix and apply to upholstery and household surfaces; let stand for 5 to 30 minutes. Gently rub with a sponge, rinse and allow to dry. Carpet spot Remover: 1 pod/16 oz water. Mix and apply to carpet spot stained from wine, juice, pet messes and other organic stains. Remove excess liquid or yucky stuff before treating. Let stand for 5 to 30 minutes. Gently blot with a sponge, rinse and allow to dry. Rubbish Bins, Kitty Litter Boxes, Ice Chests, Plastic Storage Containers: 2 pods/1 gallon warm water. Mix and pour solution into container; let stand for an hour. Pour solution out and rinse with water.
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