Seventh Generation, Natural 2x Concentrated Baby Laundry Detergent, 50 fl oz (1.47 l) (Discontinued Item)
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Shipping Weight:4.43 lbsSwitch to Metric units
- Product Code: SEV-22814
- UPC Code: 732913228140
- Package Quantity: 50 fl oz (1.47 l)
3.7 x 6.4 x 9.7 in, 3.75 lbsSwitch to Metric units
- Free of Dyes & Fragrances
- Fights Tough Baby Stains!
- For Standard and HE Machines
- 33 Loads
- We Disclose All Ingredients
- Safe & Effective
Life’s biggest laundry challenges come from its littlest wonders. Effectively remove those stubborn stains with our hypoallergenic, fear-no-carrot stain formula. Carefully formulated with plant-derived cleaning agents and free of fragrances, dyes, and optical brighteners.
You have the right to know what makes our cleaning products safe for people and the environment as well as effective at getting the job done, so we include a full ingredients list on all of our cleaners. Thank you for purchasing this Seventh Generation product!
—Jeffrey Hollender, President and Chief Inspired Protagonist
Sort - Follow garment care label instructions.
Pretreat - Pour directly on stained fabric, rub gently and soak before washing.
Measure - standard and HE Machines: For medium loads fill to line 1 in cap (1.5 oz). For heavily soiled or larger loads fill cap to line 3 (2.2 oz).
Pour - Begin to fill machine with water. Add detergent, then add clothes.
Contains 33 loads as measured to line 1 in the cap.
Seventh Generation Natural 2X Concentrated Baby Laundry Detergent is specially formulated fir both standard and high efficiency (HE) washers.
Reminder - This product is formulated to work well in cold water. Save energy. Wash in cold water.
Aqua (water), sodium lauryl sulfate, coceth-7 and glycerin (plant-derived cleaning agents), sodium citrate (water softer), oleic acid (plant-derived anti-foaming agents), sodium hydroxide (alkalinity builder) sodium chloride (thickener), boric acid and calcium chloride (enzyme stabilizers), protease and amylase (enzyme soil removers), preservative (details online). Trace materials are commonly present in cleaning product ingredients. No phosphates.
This product is free & clear of dyes, fragrances & masking agents.
Seventh Generation products, although not intended for consumption, aren't poisonous.
Please keep all cleaning products out of the reach of children. If swallowed: drink plenty of water and consult a physician. Eye contact: If this product comes in contact with eyes, flush out with water.
Not tested on animals
No animal ingredients
|Selective Active Ingredients||Effective||Safe|
|Plant-derived Cleaning Agents||Low-foaming, stain removing power for use in HE and Standard machines||This product is formulated to be safe for your family and the environment. Our unique ingredient combination is a biodegradable alternative to conventional petroleum-based detergents that is non-toxic, hypoallergenic, free of optical brighteners and non-irritating to skin.|
|Water Softener||Removes water hardness to improve cleaning power|
|Enzyme Soil Removes||Premium-performance protein and starch stain removers for tough baby stains|
너무너무 마음에 들었는데, 이제는 살수 없는 ㅠㅠ
너무너무 마음에 들었는데, 이제는 살수 없는 ㅠㅠ
많이들 사시는 애티튜트보다 전 이게 더 마음에 들었었는데, 이제는 제품이 생산이 안되는가보네요. 비슷할까 싶어 seventh generation의 다른 제품도 사봤는데, 이 제품이 제일 마음에 들었던듯 싶어요. 가격대비 참 좋았던~
a little disappointed.
Posted by 5484774754772518325 on Oct 01, 2012
really gentle for our son's sensitive skin,but it doesn't get the clothes clean.
Strong enough for stains
Posted by styliciously on May 19, 2012
Great baby detergent which is safe for sensitive skin. Strong enough for stains. Small container. I do about 4-5 medium loads a week for children's clothes and it finish fast in about a month.
Posted by Reviewer3280161 on Feb 10, 2012