Method - Concentrated Laundry Detergent, 1.56L Multiple Fragrances

Method - Concentrated Laundry Detergent, 1.56L Multiple Fragrances

Brand - Method
£11.39
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Quick Description

Method Concentrated Laundry Detergent uses Smartclean® technology to lift stains effortlessly. Comes in unique scents for a really clean and fresh wash.

Key Information

  • Concentrated, up to 39 washes
  • Potent stain remover
  • Has plant-based ingredients
  • Kind to skin 
  • Available in fresh scents: Orchard Fruit, Peony Blush and Wild Lavender

Product Overview

Gentle on skin, tough on stains, and easy on the senses. 

Method Concentrated Laundry Detergent is a powerful detergent made with 5 naturally-derived enzymes. Its Smartclean® technology allows for effortless washing.

Just pour into the detergent drawer and machine wash as usual. Your clothes will be coming out fresh and clean.

Got stains? No problem. Pre-treat by rubbing a small amount of detergent onto the stain. Wait for 5 minutes then wash as usual. Poof! No more stains. And best of all, no more brushing. 

Handwashing? No worries! This detergent has been tested to ensure that it is as kind to the skin as possible.

And you get to choose your signature scent. (Tip: you can mix and match!)

Orchard Fruit

Blend of juicy pear, crunchy apple and white blossoms. It’s a delicious fragrance!

Peony Blush

Fruity and floral, lush and soft. You won't be able to resist!

Wild Lavender

Relaxing and evocative of good memories. Fresh, floral and herbal.

Ingredients

Aqua, Fatty Alcohol Ethoxylate C12-18, Sodium Lauryl Sulfate, Sodium Citrate, Alcohol Denat., Potassium Oleate, Glycerin, Glycereth -6 Cocoate, Trisodium Ethylenediamine Disuccinate, Parfum, Polypropylene Terephthalate, Lactic Acid, Subtilisin, Disodium Distyrylbiphenyl Disulfonate, Geraniol, Cellulase, Mannanase, Amylase, Colourant, Pectate Lyase

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I use this on any fabric?

This works well on whites and colourfast fabrics. It is not suitable for wool and silk.

To test for colour fastness, rub a small amount of detergent onto a wet white piece of cloth. Rub the cloth onto an inconspicuous spot, preferably on an interior seam of the coloured garment. If any colour comes off onto the white cloth, the garment is not colourfast and should be washed separately.