Liquid laundry detergent capsules are easy and convenient. Just place one in the drum before you put in your laundry. Use them safely and always keep out of reach of children.
Solid or liquid detergents in a box or bottle allow for flexible dosage, for example if you need to run a small load and use less. Liquids can also be used to pre-treat a stain.
Detergents for white laundry are good for keeping your white household linens and towels white and bright.
Detergents for colours have special ingredients that protect the colours and fibres of your laundry and prevent the transfer of dyes between fabrics.
Liquid detergents are particularly effective against fatty stains. Solid detergents containing bleach are particularly effective against bleachable stains.
Read more benefits of this product in the five step laundry guide: textiles, load, detergent, dosage, temperature.
This icon was officially endorsed by the United Nations in mid 2019 and included in the GHS Sub-committee guidelines (Globally Harmonized System of classification and labelling of chemicals).
Choose products that have the Charter for Sustainable Cleaning logo on their label, this indicates that you are choosing a product that meets strict sustainability criteria.
The largest environmental impact of detergents is when they are being used, because of the energy required to heat the water. So think about choosing a lower temperature.
Follow the sustainable use tips on the packaging to have a positive impact on the environment.
Dose according to soil and water hardness – follow the dosing instructions.
Wash your whites separately if you want to keep them bright. Do not mix whites and coloured items.
Avoid washing pastels with a detergent for whites that contains optical brighteners: this may cause the colours to fade. Instead, use a detergent for coloured textiles.
Wash coloured laundry inside out to minimise colour fading and wear-and-tear from the clothes rubbing against each other and against the drum.
Where available, use compact or concentrated products, as they allow you to dose less, which saves product and reduces packaging waste.
Choose a special detergent for dark or black clothes if you are concerned about keeping dark items from fading over time.
Wash at the lowest recommended temperature, which saves energy without compromising cleaning performance or convenience.
Ensure the hygiene of your washing machine with a solid detergent which contains bleach at a higher temperature (e.g. 60°c) once a week.
Wash at the lowest recommended temperature to save energy. However, if someone is ill in the household, wash their laundry with a solid detergent which contains bleach at a higher temperature (e.g. 60°c).