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Martha Stewart Clean Laundry Detergent, 128 Ounces, one Full Gallon ( Pack of 4 )

Martha Stewart Clean Laundry Detergent, 128 Ounces, one Full Gallon ( Pack of 4 )
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Martha Stewart Clean Laundry Detergent, 128 Ounces, one Full Gallon ( Pack of 4 )

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Of all major ‘green’ cleaning brands, only Martha Stewart clean is completely green. Martha Stewart clean is 99+% plant and mineral based -- green integrity.

  • 99+% plant and mineral-based (bio-based); all packaging recyclable

  • Self-certification vs. EPA/Design for Environment Program – Martha Stewart Clean is DfE certified

  • No SLS or skin irritants

  • Measuring pump – no waste or drips

  • No fragrances or colors, just natural cleaning agents

Product Details:
Product Length: 6.0 inches
Product Width: 5.0 inches
Product Height: 4.0 inches
Product Weight: 8.88 pounds
Package Length: 13.7 inches
Package Width: 12.4 inches
Package Height: 11.3 inches
Package Weight: 38.4 pounds
Average Customer Rating: based on 24 reviews
Customer Reviews:
Average Customer Review:2.5 ( 24 customer reviews )
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5 of 5 found the following review helpful:

5Great Detergent Try it before you review  Sep 10, 2010
By MamaThree
I just love this detergent. I was shocked when I read CR review of it. This detergent does clean, what it doesn't do is leave a bunch of chemicals and a fragrance. It is that fragrance that most people associate with clean clothes, but it's merely chemicals sticking to them! This detergent cleans great, and the pump dispenser is awesome! This detergent is great for my family, since we all have sensitive skin and don't like fragrance!

4 of 4 found the following review helpful:

3It was okay .. I use Seventh Generation now  Oct 27, 2010
By Neil E. Isenberg
I used this product for several months in the past until we used it up.


Like many laundry detergents that try to be a little better for the environment, the cleaning is not as robust, but it was okay. All the kids clothes cleaned well enough.

They changed the mixture since getting a bad review on Consumer Reports for cleaning potential. I only have experience with it after the change, picked it up at Home Depot.


When I used this stuff, for serious cleaning jobs I kept one of the top 5 detergents recommended by Consumer Reports ready on the side.

The pump in theory is a great idea for those with front loading washers, although it probably doesn't matter that much to those with top loading washers. In practice they bungled the manufacture of the pump. The pump is pretty wobbly. I'd say 5-10% of the time I get the stuff on the outside of the bottle or my hand, some of the time I hit the edge of the washer opening. I've gone through a few of these bottles and they all seem to have the issue.

I've noticed the Martha Stewart dishwashing liquid bottles get filled up to greatly varying levels and the darkness of the colors of the liquid vary a great deal among the bottles, all of which demonstrate the likelihood of some kind of quality control issue .. perhaps it is the same for the laundry detergent, too? When lined up on the Home Depot shelf one can see the differences in level and color from one dishwashing liquid bottle to the other.

The comments on this site about it smelling bad, we simply don't have that issue, not sure what to say there. I'm tempted to suggest it's a competitor's marketing team smelling blood in the water but who knows maybe it is another result of a quality control issue. Perhaps it was the old mix.

Brand protection is everything for these folks probably and I'm guessing Martha Stewart had little or nothing to do with this product's final form, because if she had, the pump would work flawlessly, the shade of amber and proportions would all be the same, and I suspect the cleaning power would be better :).


If you are in the market for the more environmentally friendly liquid detergents, try Seventh Generation at least as a starting point, when we were testing them we stopped on that one and have been using it ever since.

3 of 3 found the following review helpful:

4not a pleasant smell, but cleans good enough  Jul 17, 2011
By Deanna
After being diagnosed with perioral dermatitis, I made the change to all sulfate free products.
I did read the reviews, smelled the product prior to purchase (ICK, it really does smelly fishy)
and decided to try it.
This product produces clean laundry and with the martha stewart fabric softener, has zero smell.
Static is not a major problem either. Once my bottle of fabric softener runs out, I will try the white vingear
(which I have read about to substitute as a fabric softener).
I will continue to use this product along WITH something to neturalize any odors.

8 of 10 found the following review helpful:

5Love the squirt top!  Jan 14, 2010
By Melanie Miller
I am always trying to find fragrance-free detergent and this is great. I love that it has the squirt top, so the detergent goes into my HE washer without spilling. My clothes smell good and I love knowing I'm not washing a bunch of chemicals into my son's clothing!

1 of 1 found the following review helpful:

5I love this stuff!  Jan 22, 2011
By L. Veje
Just got our first load out of the laundry after using the laundry detergent and softner together and the clothes smell really fresh and clean as well as being amazingly soft. I typically use tide for HE machines and have found that to be great at keeping clothes bright. The load I took out of the machine of colors was bright and dirt free. Love the products!

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