Power out stains, but preserve colors. LEGACY OF CLEAN All Fabric Bleach is chlorine free and uses the power of oxygen to get out stains in water of all temperatures while leaving clothes bright and the earth right. Kosher certified.
- Harnesses the power of oxygen and mineral ingredients to eliminate stains.
- Dermatologist-tested so it won’t irritate sensitive skin, when used as directed.
- Safe for all washable fabrics or surfaces, including carpet to concrete.
- No phosphates, chlorine, nonylphenols, or other unpleasant ingredients that could harm the environment.
- Safe and effective in all washers, even HE.
- Recognized by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Design for the Environment (DfE) program.
Sodium Carbonate Peroxyhydrate (hydrogen peroxide on washing soda), Pareth-25-7 (nonionic surfactant), Fragrance
Sodium Carbonate, Peroxyhydrate, Pareth-25-7, Fragrance
More oxygen bleaching power than OxiClean® Multipurpose Stain Remover.*
*Trademark: Church & Dwight Co., Inc. (Princeton, N.J.).
Frequently Asked Questions
Can the inside of a washing machine ever get dirty?
Some ingredients used by other detergent manufacturers can build up inside a washing machine. This can especially be a concern at public laundromats. LEGACY OF CLEAN™ detergents don’t leave any residue on your clothes or in your washer. So every time you wash your clothes with LEGACY OF CLEAN detergents, you’re cleaning your washer!
How can I clean the inside of a washing machine?
It’s very easy. Use two scoops of LEGACY OF CLEAN Concentrated All Fabric Bleach. Set the temperature to “Hot” and the load size to “Large.” Run the complete wash cycle. This is especially important at public laundromats.
I have a smell coming from the inside of my HE washing machine. Is it from LEGACY OF CLEAN products?
No. Dirty water can sit in the bottom of an HE washer between cycles. So even if you’re using LEGACY OF CLEAN products, it would be a good idea to clean your washer once a month using All Fabric Bleach.
Many products claim to be safe and "green." What proof do you have?
We have partnered with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) Designed for the Environment program. Many of our formulas and ingredients have already been reviewed by the EPA and third-party accreditation contractors to meet their goals for safety.
We're also a participant in the A.I.S.E. (International Association for Soaps, Detergents, and Maintenance Products) "Charter for Sustainable Cleaning." As a participant, we voluntarily commit to follow this industry initiative for continual improvement in sustainability. Each phase of the product's life cycle (raw material selection, chemical safety, resource use, occupational health and safety, and advice to customers on how best to use the products) is assessed, reviewed, and externally verified. The goal? Being a trendsetter and role model for continual improvement in sustainability for the entire cleaning products industry.
What does "planet-positive" mean?
LEGACY OF CLEAN products are super-effective, but they're also planet-positive – meaning they won't negatively affect the environment. So rest assured that while you're making things cleaner, safer, and brighter in your home, you're doing the same for your planet.
Why are LEGACY OF CLEAN products packaged in plastic if they're supposed to be eco-sensitive?
Plastic can certainly be eco-sensitive. We chose to use plastic to package our products because it's durable, recyclable, and, in the case of our tubs, easily reusable. All of our plastic containers are made with 25% post-consumer resin and are recyclable.
Our tubs are specifically designed to support the second "R" – reuse. They are the perfect shape for storing everything from crayons to more SA8®+BIOQUEST® Detergent! We chose #5 plastic for the tubs because of its durability. When you're done reusing them, they're also recyclable. But, while most recycling centers accept #2 plastic (like our bottles), some won't accept #5. If this is the case in your area, we encourage you to contact your center and ask them to start accepting #5 plastics, which can include everything from milk caps and yogurt containers to car battery casings. You can also visit www.earth911.com
to find a recycling center or program that will accept #5 plastics.
Is this product considered septic tank safe?
Yes. It is also one of the laundry products displaying the U.S. EPA Designed for the Environment logo.
Directions for use as a washing machine cleaner: Use two scoops of LEGACY OF CLEAN Concentrated All Fabric Bleach. Set the temperature to “Hot” and the load size to “Large.” Run the complete wash cycle.
About LEGACY OF CLEAN
LEGACY OF CLEAN products are never tested on animals. And, at Amway, we make responsible raw material choices by selecting effective ingredients that are renewable and biodegradable whenever possible. LEGACY OF CLEAN products are made with naturally derived ingredients, come in recyclable packaging (some of which are reusable), and won’t irritate your skin or the planet when used as directed.
LEGACY OF CLEAN products are known as “planet-positive” because of the biodegradable ingredients and processes used to create them. At Amway, we strive to minimize our environmental footprint by using wind energy, recycling more than 70% of waste generated, and conserving energy and water. Our manufacturing facility is surrounded by an actively managed wildlife habitat.
LEGACY OF CLEAN family-friendly, planet-positive products are sustainable, featuring naturally derived ingredients for better cleaning results – and concentrated formulas. So rest assured, while you’re making things cleaner, safer, and brighter at home, you’re doing the same for the planet with LEGACY OF CLEAN laundry and cleaning products.