Shaklee Liquid Laundry Test

I’ll make this quick. You guys have heard enough about cleaning for this week. 

Typically I clean any fabric stained item in a mixture of Shaklee’s Nature Bright and Shaklee’s Liquid Laundry Detergent. It’s like a big one two punch. I use the powder detergent to wash my clothes, but I use the liquid to pretreat spots and stains.  I don’t always want or need to mix up the Nature Bright and let it soak. You can also toss some in with your laundry soap to whiten and brighten. 

I have a spray bottle by my laundry to spray knee’s, collar’s and spills and throw it in the laundry basket. Then I wash the next day. Always comes out. In the spray bottle is 1-2 teaspoons of the liquid laundry with water. That’s it.

Here I have typical white grass stained Ashlyn pants. At the time I didn’t want to take the 60 seconds it takes to mix up the Nature Bright and let them soak. Instead, I was curious if my Liquid Laundry pre-spotter alone would get it out. I sprayed, let it sit overnight, and laundered the next day. And sure enough, it came out. I was impressed and pleased. 

Grass stain white pants 2

Grass stain white pants

Shaklee Fresh Laundry Liquid (HE) Regular

HE Compatible Formula!
Also ideal for standard washers.
Available in Regular Scent or Fragrance Free.
Use this powerful two-for-one concentrate to prespot and wash your laundry. It doesn’t just outperform leading detergents- it also out-removes big-name spot removers. And it does it while protecting natural resources. How’s that for a breath of fresh laundry?

When used as a stain remover, 46% more effective than OxiClean® Versatile Stain Remover and 21% better than Resolve®Laundry Pre-Treater 2X Concentrated and when used as a liquid laundry concentrate comparable to Method® 8X Laundry Detergent, All® Small & Mighty® free clear laundry detergent and Whole Foods® 2X concentrate Laundry Detergent.
Source:  Sterling Laboratories.  These performance comparisons were conducted on Oct. 8 and Oct. 14, 2013, and October 30, 2014 and are valid only for the named products marketed at that time.  All trademarks are the property of their respective owners.

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