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Darks Detergent
Darks Detergent

Darks Detergent

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Tired of your black pants and colourful towels fading?

Formulated with hardworking enzymes and color guard, Darks Detergent keeps dark and brightly colored items rich and vibrant while removing lint, dust, and pet hair.

'Classic' - The ultimate “clean laundry smell"  blending lily of the valley and jasmine with sweet musk, sandalwood, and a touch of citrus

SIZE: 33.3 oz. - Highly concentrated - up to 64 washes!

Effective in all water temperatures. We recommend washing darks in warm or cold water:

Handwash 1 capful 64 washes
HE Machine | Regular Cycle 2 capfuls / 1/8 cup / 30 ml / 1 oz. 32 washes
Non-HE Machine | Regular Cycle 4 capfuls / 1/4 cup / 60 ml / 2 oz. 16 washes


Plant-derived anionic and nonionic surfactants, stain-fighting and cleaning enzymes (protease, amylase, cellulase, lipase), mineral-derived cleaning enhancers (sodium gluconate, and calcium chloride), essential oils, and fragrance

Nontoxic, biodegradable, and allergen-free
Color and texture may vary with natural ingredients
Free of petroleum, phosphate, phthalates, and artificial colour
Cruelty-free; no animal by-products.


Darks Detergent is a formula designed for “everyday darks.”

Everyday items are made of cotton, linen, or durable synthetics: socks, cotton underwear, T-shirts, black pants, button-down shirts, and sheets and towels. This product is formulated with color guard, surfactants, and stain-fighting enzymes that are not found in grocery store-brand products. Color guard keeps colors vibrant, while stain-fighting enzymes work to clean clothes and remove microfibrils (lint), dust, and pet hair throughout the washing cycle.

Contrary to popular belief, water temperature is not related to color loss. Fading typically happens as a result of the high heat and tumbling in the dryer. To preserve color, line drying is best. Normal wear and tear can also cause colors to fade over time.

Generally, darks can be laundered in warm or cold water. Hot water is used to treat dinginess (resulting from a buildup of fiber, minerals, or soap that makes colors look less vibrant). Presoaking dingy items with our stain-fighting products and washing in hot water helps to remove this buildup and brighten colors. When these items are only moderately soiled, launder with warm or cold water.

Wash like colours. 
Separate sheets and towels. 
Pretreat stains.