- Cleans clothes and linens in high-efficiency or standard washers, either top-loading or front-loading, in all temperatures
- Active ingredients are biodegradable and plant-based
- No softeners, dyes, or fragrance added
- pH-balanced to reduce the risk of damage to fabric, and safe for greywater and septic systems
- Five-gallon plastic deltangular container with vent and spigot for smooth pouring from a shelf without having to lift container
Earth Friendly Products Proline PL9764/05U ECOS Free and Clear Liquid Laundry and Microfiber Detergent, 5 gallon Deltangular
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The Earth Friendly Products Proline PL9764/05U ECOS free and clear liquid laundry and microfiber detergent cleans clothes and linens in high-efficiency or standard washers, either top-loading or front-loading, in all temperatures, and is made with biodegradable, plant-based active ingredients using a pH-balanced formula that reduces the risk of damage to fabric. This detergent has no softeners, dyes, or fragrance added. It comes in a five-gallon plastic deltangular container with a vent and a spigot for smooth pouring from a shelf without having to lift the container. This product is safe for greywater and septic systems.
Earth Friendly Products manufactures household and commercial cleaning products. The company, founded in 1989, is headquartered in Addison, IL.
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Smells good and works well on casual clothes. Does not take out stains well at all. White socks are as dirty going in the washer as they are coming out.Published 5 months ago by Katie L.
Hard to get a good flow, but love it otherwise. No leaking issues like others are having though.Published 12 months ago by MK
I love this product; however, there should be an easier way to open it and install the spigotPublished 13 months ago by C. Helliwell
Good product but be careful of the valve, it tends to keep dripping after you turn it off.Published 19 months ago by James Richards