Activewear Laundry Detergent



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Wash workout clothes with this plant-based activewear detergent to get them clean and help them last longer, too. The biodegradable and hypoallergenic formula removes dirt, oil, sweat, and even chlorine. It rinses out of clothing, unlike most other detergents, so it won’t wear out elasticity and dull colors. This Made in the USA detergent is free of bleach, dye, and phosphates, too.

  • Made in the USA: Sioux Falls, SD
  • Ingredients: See the full ingredient list
  • Directions: Machine wash: Empty 1 scoop (or ⅛ cup) of detergent into washing machine drum. Add garments and wash as directed on fabric label, lay flat to dry. Hand wash: Fill sink basin with cool water, empty two teaspoons of detergent into water, agitate gently, and rinse twice. Squeeze excess water out of garments and lay flat to dry
  • Eliminates odor and sweat from clothing
  • Helps to prolong the stretch and elasticity of athletic or athleisure wear
  • Hypoallergenic, low sudsing, and biodegradable
  • Bleach, dye, and phosphate free
  • Removes chlorine from swimsuits
  • Dimensions: 16 oz Granular: 3.4" diameter x 4.25"; 16 oz Liquid: 2.5" diameter x 7"
  • Weight: 1 lb


Work Odors Out

STRETCH activewear detergent and freshening spray help keep your beloved yoga pants and other favorite workout wear in shape and smelling good. They can even help these pieces last longer, too.

The Made in the USA, plant-based detergent from John and Gretchen Hedrick gently removes dirt, oil, sweat, and even chlorine, and washes completely out of clothing fibers—unlike other detergents that don’t, and can cause elasticity, texture, and even colors to break down. The STRETCH formula is also hypoallergenic, biodegradable, and free of phosphates, bleach, and dyes.

If you’re trying to get multiple wears in between washes, the freshening spray is your new best friend. It targets bacteria on clothing to neutralize any odors. So your workout wear (and you) smells from-the-dryer fresh, even if it isn't.