Investigation Says OxiClean Not As Effective As Advertised

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Published on 27 May 2019, 11:00
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OxiClean is a popular product. However, the amount of OxiClean required for the product to be effective may be much greater than what is advertised and the number of loads each container can handle is much lower than advertised. A standard 3-pound box of OxiClean claims that it contains enough product for 65 loads of laundry based on 1 scoop, which OxiClean says is 2 tablespoons. (Some of the scoops that come inside OxiClean containers are big enough to hold 9 tablespoons.) It may require 2 to 4 scoops to obtain the stain-cleaning benefits that are advertised. Consumers who have purchased OxiClean based on the above-mentioned claim and have found it necessary to use two or four times the amount indicated on the label may have a legal claim. Ring of Fire’s Farron Cousins discusses this with Scott Hardy from Top Class Actions.

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