Natural Laundry Detergent Liquid 1Ltr- Baby Safe
Coconut-based bio-enzyme cleaner Safe to use on delicates | Tough on stains, soft on fabric Keeps colours bright even after multiple washes | Safe for sensitive skin
A plant-based and natural detergent formula that will cut through oil, grease and clean the dirtiest of clothes. It’s effective for removing upto 25 types of stains and leaves your laundry completely refreshing. Safe for all fabrics leaving no chemical residue. A formula which makes your laundry smell like fresh flowers. It has no ammonia and bleach making it extremely safe for baby clothes and allergy free.
🌿 Plant Based & Biodegradable
🌱Enriched with bio enzymes.
🍋 Made with natural essential oils
🌏 Earth friendly
🐇 Cruelty Free
Below you will find some common questions asked by our customers about the Laundry Liquid.Visit our FAQ page for more information.
How much detergent should I use?
You need to use 30 ml of detergent for a small load, or 60 ml for a heavy load.
Can I wear my new clothes right away?
It is best if you wash new clothes before putting them on, as it helps to remove dye residues and other possible chemical residues from the manufacturing process. With this simple step, you reduce the risk of triggering a skin reaction.
What type of detergent should I use?
Washing Liquid made without dyes and perfumes is best as these ingredients are typical sources of irritation. Whether the skin types in your family range from normal to sensitive, Neutral's allergy - friendly formulas with 0% perfume and 0% dyes help you take good care of your family's skin.
How often should I wash bedding or my children's toys?
Wash your bedding and children's soft toys at 60 degrees at least every 2 weeks. When the children play on the floor and hug the toy, the soft toy collects lots of dust and bacteria. Regular washing will remove as many bacteria and dust mites as possible and give them a wonderful fresh scent.
Should I use fabric softener?
Fabric softener prevents static electricity, makes ironing easier and your clothes softer. However, if your clothes feel greasy after washing, then you have probably used a little too much fabric softener, so try a smaller dosage for the next wash.