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Sun Extends All Free Clear Line

March 26, 2014

Fabric softener, dryer sheets added to sensitive-skin detergent brand.

Sun Products Corp is extending its All Free Clear detergent line with new fabric softener and dryer sheets. The new all free clear fabric softener and dryer sheets are 100% dye and perfume free, hypoallergenic and specially formulated for those with sensitive skin.

All free clear is the No. 1 recommended detergent brand by dermatologists, allergists and pediatricians, according to Sun Products.

“Only the number one recommended detergent brand for sensitive skin can bring this kind of credibility to the fabric softener aisle,” said Elisa Gurevich, senior brand manager, allfree clear. “This new sensitive skin laundry regimen allows families with sensitive skin to have clean, soft, and virtually static free laundry without the worry of skin irritation from fragrances and dyes.”

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