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Keeping your clothes clean and fresh with an antibacterial laundry cleanser isn’t only good for you, but good for the planet too.read moreSee less

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FAQs

Antibacterial laundry cleanser is an alternative to washing powder or pods, designed to kill bacteria at temperatures as low as 20°C.

 

Dettol’s bleach-free antibacterial laundry cleansers kill 99.9% of bacteria and viruses and leave clothes smelling fresh.

 

It also prevents colour fading and leaking - just add 2 capfuls in the softener drawer of your washing machine.

It’s recommended that you should clean your washing machine either bi-weekly or once a month.

 

Clean the detergent drawer, door and seal with a specialist cleaner like Dettol Washing Machine Cleaner.

 

Then clean your machine as stated in your washing machine’s manual by running it at 60°C without any laundry.

If you have sensitive skin, it’s best to avoid cleaning products that include toxic ingredients.

 

You’ll know if a product is toxic if it has a pollution image warning, or advises you to use it in a well-ventilated area.

 

Look for products that are advertised as ‘fragrance-free’ and ‘dye-free’, or ‘green’ and ‘natural’.

 

Always take precautions when using cleaning products, like wearing gloves and well-covered clothing to avoid contact with your skin.

Generally, washing your clothes at temperatures of 60°C is recommended to help eliminate the spread of bacteria and viruses.

 

However, this is bad for the environment and isn’t always necessary.

 

Antibacterial laundry cleansers are designed to kill bacteria at washing temperatures as low as 20°C, so you can reduce your carbon footprint without compromising.