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• For use in front and top-loading washers
• Cleans in all water temperatures
• Safe for delicates and baby clothes
• One bottle does up to 80 loads of laundry
• High Efficiency (HE) Friendly
• Made of plant-based surfactants
*July 2016 U.S. prices at Harris Teeter (Greensboro, NC); cost may vary from store to store and by city and state.*
Snap™ Laundry Detergent with Added Brighteners is a phosphate-free, highly concentrated laundry detergent, perfect for all your washing needs. Snap Laundry Detergent cleans in all water temperatures and is safe for fine washables and hard-to-clean synthetics. Use Snap Laundry Detergent for tough stains such as collar soils, salad dressing, cooking oils, grease and lipstick. One bottle of Snap Laundry Detergent does up to 80 loads of laundry. Snap is an environmentally-friendly laundry solution with biodegradable, non-toxic, phosphate-free and plant-based surfactants and essential oils. Snap Laundry Detergent is perfect for High Efficiency (HE) washers; just use half the recommended amount. Make washing clothes a SNAP with Snap Laundry Detergent!
Cleaning agents (anionic, nonionic, plant based surfactants), water, quality control agents, alpha- amylase, lipase, protease, sudsing stabilizing agents, fragrance and FD&C color. Snap Triple Enzyme 3X Laundry Detergent is phosphate-free, biodegradable, non-toxic, safe for septic systems and made with plant-based ingredients and essential oils
What are enzymes?
Enzymes are proteins that are synthesized by every living plant and animal cell. They act as catalysts, or biological accelerators, to speed up bio-chemical reactions. Enzymes can complete chemical reactions without being used up, which means the enzymes can act on another molecule and create another reaction. Eventually, the enzyme substrate is gone and the enzyme stops working.
How do enzymes help clean my laundry?
Enzymes used in laundry detergents act on stains, soils and odors so that these materials can be washed away more easily. These enzymes are named after the materials they can help remove. Lipases break down lipid (fat) based stains like grease, salad dressings, cooking oils and lipstick. Amylases break down starches and other carbohydrate-based stains, and proteases break down protein based stains like blood or egg. These enzymes will even remove tough collar stains or grass stains. Because one enzyme molecule can work multiple times, small amounts of enzyme in laundry detergent can increase the cleaning power, and improve whitening and cleanliness, providing a big cleaning benefit to user.
Are enzymes safe?
Enzymes are proteins and are all-natural, environmentally friendly, biodegradable and non-toxic. They do not pose a safety issue when used in laundry detergents or cleaning solutions.
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