An Environmental Approach To Laundry


Conventional laundry cleaning products make our clothes, towels and linens look great, feel great and smell great.  The effects of some of the chemicals on the environment?  Not so great.

Not only can these chemicals irritate your skin, eyes and respiratory system or even cause cancer, but they’re toxic to wildlife.  They can pollute water and harm or kill fish, and they can cause an imbalance in ecosystems by stimulating the growth of algae and other marine plants.

The More Eco-Friendly Alternative

Spartan’s Clothesline Fresh Laundry Care program takes an environmentally preferable approach to cleaning laundry without sacrificing cleaning performance.  Our DfE (Design for the Environment) award-winning green surfactant technology and biodegradable water softeners aren’t found in competitor formulations.   As a matter of fact, all surfactants used in Clothesline Fresh are on DfE’s (Design for the Environment) CleanGredients list (a program of the EPA).

Clothesline Fresh specifically targets soils and stains to get fabrics clean and bright, maintain vibrant colors and leave a fresh fragrance.  Plus, our contemporary laundry cleaning technology allows our products to achieve these results at a lower cost!

Our products contain no or low VOCs, no phosphates, no silicates, no harsh solvents, no alkylphenol ethoxylates, no nitrilotriacetic acid (NTA), no toxic or persistent components or by-products and no ozone depleting chemicals

Who Should Use Clothesline Fresh?

Spartan’s Clothesline Fresh Laundry can be used by anyone who demands quality, environmentally preferable laundry products that excel in most water conditions.  Our products are ideal for:

  • Nursing homes
  • Hospitals
  • Correctional facilities
  • Schools (athletic facilities)
  • Hotels/motels
  • Health clubs
  • Country clubs
  • Physical therapy centers
  • Salons, spas and tanning salons
  • Car washes
  • Linen plants
  • Industrial laundries
  • Or any facility with commercial/industrial laundry needs

Have you checked to see what chemicals are used in your laundry cleaning products?