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Martha Stewart's Eco-Friendly Detergent Slammed By Consumer Reports

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Consumer Reports recently did a whole bunch of laundry in an effort to find out what detergents are the best for removing tough stains. In all, 50 commercially-available detergents were put to the test — including Martha Stewart’s new eco-friendly “Clean” brand.

The dirty truth? Martha’s brand came in dead last — barely cleaning better than plain ‘ole water, something that goes against her claims of a “great value”. And it’s not just because Martha’s product is free of chemicals that it sucked — both Seventh Generation and Kirkland Signature Free & Clear boast similar all-natural properties and cleaned “reasonably well”.

Check out Consumer Reports’ video on the disappointing “Clean” brand below:

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