Free & Clear
Biobased, nontoxic, and biodegradable.
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Dirty Labs Bio Laundry Detergents tackle dirty laundry with clean science. Phytolase®, our advanced enzyme cleaning technology precision targets stains and odors at their source while being extra gentle for you, your clothes, and the planet. Consciously formulated with nontoxic, biobased ingredients, our Bio Laundry Detergents are readily biodegradable, safe for sensitive skin, and free of dyes, sulfates, parabens, and all California Prop. 65 chemicals.
Our unscented Free & Clear detergent is free of dyes and fragrances and is formulated for the most sensitive skin.
Recognized by the National Eczema Association (NEA).
- Hyper-concentrated formula.
- Each 20 fl. oz. bottle contains 75 standard loads.
- Compatible with traditional & HE washers.
- Optimized for cold water.
- Septic Safe.
- Certified EPA Safer Choice Fragrance-Free Partner.
- 97% USDA Biobased certified.
- Biodegradable formula.
- Dermatologist tested and approved.
- Hypoallergenic and safe for sensitive skin.
- Safe for babies and pets.
- No sulfates.
- No dyes.
- No parabens and preservatives.
- No optical brighteners.
- No chlorine bleach.
- No 1,4-dioxane.
- No fragrance allergens.
- No CA Prop. 65 chemicals.
- Bottle is made of recyclable aluminum. Please recycle.
- Cap and spout are made of recyclable PP and PE plastic.
- Packaging and formula are BPA-free.
I love their products. For tough stains, I use the Booster. I do not like the scented laundry detergent, though. I have made the switch to Dirty Labs from Tide. :)
The thing that made me order this product was the Facebook ad talking about workout clothes that always stink no matter what you try, because my martial arts uniforms (gis) are like that. They always smell clean after they’re washed, but then start smelling in class when they become damp with sweat (even when the sweat itself doesn’t smell bad). I was excited to try this laundry detergent on my gi after class. I followed the instructions for the amount to use, but when I pulled it out of the washing machine after washing, the gi’s armpits still smelled bad. I then drizzled some all over the armpits and rubbed it into the fabric and then rewashed it. After the second wash, it was okay I think? It’s hard to say whether or not the effect was really different the next time I trained. I ended up mixing a bunch of the detergent with water in a spray bottle to use for pre-treating. It remains to be seen whether or not this strategy will really help. One more thing to mention: my first time using it, when I came back to put my laundry in the dryer, the bottle was covered with ants, when previously I had never even seen ants in my laundry room. I guess because there’s sugar in the detergent? So now I am careful to rinse the bottle each time. I’ll update my review if I end up changing my opinion later.
This was NOT my first time trying Dirt Labs, but it was my first time trying the scent free formula. It's amazing that using such a small amount of detergent results in clean laundry. I continue to recommend DL to friends & family members!
Free & Clear
Mom of four littles here and I do a lot of laundry. I’ve tried quite a few green/clean laundry soaps (upwards of five or more) and this is my favorite. It removes stains well, including grass and baseball-sand-red, and I love the scent-free option. I’ve read some reviews that mention the soap doesn’t empty well from the cup - I just throw the cup in with the laundry and it cleans right up. I highly recommend this detergent!