Greener Cleaner Bleach Alterna
Is it really possible to get your clothes, towels and sheets bright and white and stains out without resorting to chlorine bleach or chemical stain removers Chlorine bleach is a known skin and nervous system irritant and can react with other chemicals to form potentially harmful substances. Not only can they be risky to you and your family, these substances can build up in the environment and seep into drinking water supplies and farming irrigation water. Chemical stain removers are just as bad, if not worse. They typically contain a laundry list of chemicals that can irritate your skin, eyes and respiratory system. One common stain remover ingredient, Quaternium-15, releases low levels of formaldehyde, a chemical linked to allergies and cancer. Contrary to what you might think, these toxic chemicals dont all wash out in your rinse cycle. These potential carcinogens, toxic chemicals, dyes and artificial fragrances can remain imbedded in the fibers of your clothes, towels and sheets. The good news is there is a better, less hazardous way to remove stubborn stains from your laundry while helping your whites and colors look brighter. Greener Cleaner Bleach Alternative brightens whites and colors without the use of harsh chemicals or bleach, dyes and fragrances. The color-safe, gentle-on-fabric formula made from naturally derived ingredients helps neutralize odors while it lifts stubborn stains.
Serving Size: 1 Piece Servings Per Container: 24 Disclaimer Ingredients: Sodium carbonate peroxide, sodium carbonate, polyvinyl alcohol
Caution: Keep out of reach of children. Harmful if swallowed. Skin and eye irritant. If swallowed, drink a full glass of water, do not induce vomiting, and seek immediate medical advice. In case of eye contact, flush with water for 15 minutes. In case of skin contact, wash off with water. Do not inhale or handle with wet hands. Warning - contents under pressure. Do not puncture or incinerate individual laundry pouches. Do not expose to heat or store at temperatures above 120 degrees. Always review clothing manufacturers' washing instructions.