Use 1 cup (8 oz.) for normal loads. Add detergent to the water. DO NOT pour directly on fabrics.
Use hottest water available and longest wash cycle. Dry on medium setting.
Presoaking recommended for heavily stained linens.
Add 1 cup of Clean Again to 1 gallon of water.
Let Detergent dissolve and pour into the front loader.
Use caution when laundering linens that have been exposed to oils. ALL oil products, regardless of brand, are potentially combustible when exposed to the heat of a dryer. Use a medium dryer setting and allow linens to cool completely before storing. Consult dryer manufacturer's guidelines for drying linens that have been exposed to oils.
If the product is not heavily scented, it will probably work well. However, products formulated for the face take in many considerations, such as the number of oils and other ingredients in the product, which might cause an allergic reaction or clog the pores.
Parabens are a group of chemicals widely used as preservatives in the cosmetic and pharmaceutical industries. Parabens are effective preservatives in many types of formulas. These compounds, and their salts, are used primarily for their bacteriocidal and fungicidal properties. They can be found in shampoos, commercial moisturizers, shaving gels, personal lubricants, topical/parenteral pharmaceuticals, spray tanning solutions, and toothpaste.
Their efficacy as preservatives and their long history of safe use - scientific studies have not proven they are harmful - and the unproven efficacy of natural ingredients like grapefruit seed extract (GSE) probably explains why parabens are so commonplace. They are approved by the FDA and have a low likelihood of irritation.