50 loads. Environment friendly products. Quality with integrity. Maximum stain fighting. With powerful stain-fighting enzymes. Biodegradable. No chlorine, no phosphates. Minimal impact on aquatic life. Why use If You Care maximum stain fighting laundry detergent? If You Care maximum stain fighting laundry detergents are formulated to give you maximum results in removing stains. They contain four powerful enzyme blends which ensure successful stain-fighting action. Yet these detergents are biodegradable, phosphate free, chlorine free, and have minimal impact on aquatic life. Product Lifecycle: Materials: Detergent: No phosphates; no chlorine; four powerful enzyme blends. Bottle: 100% post-consumer recycled PET; recyclable. Environmental Benefits: Detergent: Non-toxic, biodegradable; no phosphates, no chlorine; minimal impact on aquatic life; not tested on animals; septic tank, grey water safe. Bottle: 100% post-consumer recycled PET; recyclable. Usage: Maximum stain-fighting formulation; four powerful enzyme blends; color safe; suitable for high efficiency (HE) and standard machines; effective in lower temperatures. Disposal: Detergent: Biodegradable with minimal impact on aquatic life. Bottle: Made from 100% post-consumer recycled PET and should be recycled with household recyclables. Bottle from 100% post-consumer recycled PET. Learn more at www.ifyoucare.com. Product of Denmark.
If You Care
51 fl oz (1.59 qt) 1.5 lt x 8
Follow garment care directions. To pre-treat stains apply detergent onto stain, rub gently and soak. Follow dosage instructions. As water fills, add detergent then add laundry. For normal loads, use 30 ml (3/4 cap full). For heavily soiled loads, extra large loads, or hard water, use 40 ml (1 cup full).
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