Clean doesn’t have an overpowering smell that lingers in your closet for months. Clean doesn’t have to include optical brighteners that leave clothes appearing whiter than they truly are. Clean can come from powerful, plant-based ingredients while kicking those tough messes to the curb.
At Seventh Generation, we’ve worked hard to develop a range of plant-powered laundry products to meet your home and families’ needs. Our stain-fighting liquid laundry formulas are tested on 60 real-life stains to get the job done and are made with renewable, plant-based ingredients instead of petroleum-based ingredients so they help lessen our impact on the planet. A win-win!
Our all-inclusive stain-removal guide has you covered for whatever messes come your way.
Summer: Nothing beats throwing open the windows and getting outside after a long winter. Unfortunately, all that extra activity can make summer one of the stainiest times of the year.
You can explore our full guide to fighting summer stains here.
Winter: Winter not only increases laundry duties, it comes with its fair share of stains. Here are some tips to help you stay ahead of winter messes.
Insider Tip: After getting the salt specks off your boots, stuff some balled-up newspaper into the feet to absorb moisture and odor. Once dry, sprinkle in some baking soda to further absorb odors and freshen up your boots.
Since we end up doing more laundry in the winter, we love using our new EasyDose ultra concentrated detergent. The new compact bottle is 100% post-consumer recycled plastic and uses 60% less plastic, 50% less water, and is 75% lighter than our 100oz laundry detergent.
Many of life’s toughest stains come from food spills, drips, and splatters. Our Ultra Power Plus detergent is tested on tough food stains, and is color safe. And it’s still made from renewable, biobased ingredients for a clean you can feel good about.
New baby = new messes. Choose a fragrance-free detergent made with renewable ingredients that’s designed to be gentle on baby’s sensitive skin, but tough on baby stains.
For when life, and accidents, happen.