Green Works Laundry Detergent, Original, is specially formulated from naturally derived and plant based ingredients that are tough on stains and dirt, but gentle on clothes. The combination of these naturally derived cleaning ingredients will leave your clothes, towels and linens fresh and clean, without any harsh chemical fumes or residue. Dermatologist tested Green Works Laundry Detergent is safe for people with sensitive skin and can be used in both traditional and HE washers. With Green Works naturally derived cleaning products, you get powerful cleaning done naturally.
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I really like using natural products when I'm cleaning and doing laundry, so I decided to give Clorox Green Works Natural Laundry Detergent. This was not the worst laundry detergent, but I would have to say it's not my favorite detergent. I have a he washer, so I only need to use a little bit of the Clorox Green Works Natural Detergent. This helps make the laundry detergent last a long time. It's priced similarly to other detergents that are natural. I also found coupons for this detergent in the past.
This always gets my clothing clean, but it doesn't leave them smelling amazing. It's just okay. I like when I take my laundry out of the closet and I can smell a fresh scent.
This detergent smells okay. I don't really like that it doesn't smell amazing when I take my laundry out of the closets or my drawers. The scent seems to dull really quickly after you wash the clothing.
With the launch of Green Works detergent, Clorox is doubling its marketing outlay this year on the cross-category green cleaning brand, said one retailer. The lineup will be priced about at parity with Tide, but below other green alternatives such as Seventh Generation. Clorox says it has a patent-pending technology to boost natural detergent ingredients so they're as effective as synthetic ones, and that most consumers don't see any difference in performance between Tide and Green Works.
CLOROX: With Green Works detergent, going toe-to-toe with Tide.
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