96 ct jug
First Aid Treatment: Contains nonionic and anionic surfactants, ethoxylated polyethylene polyamine (polymer) and enzymes. If swallowed, or if detergents gets in mouth or eye or on skin, call your local Poison Control Center (or in US: 1-800-222-1222) or doctor immediately. Immediately and thoroughly rinse eye or skin with water for 15 minutes. If swallowed, give a glassful of water or milk. Do not induce vomiting.Harmful if swallowed in mouth or swallowed. Eye irritant. Pacs can burst if children put them in mouth or play with them. See warning on back label. Keep out of reach of children. Concentrated detergent pacs can burst if children put them in mouth or play with them. The liquid inside is harmful if put in mouth, swallowed, or in eyes. Keep pacs out of reach of children and pets. Store container where children cannot reach or climb to it, out of sight and in a secure place. Keep container fully closed. Never leave any pacs out of container. Do not let children pacs, even if supervised. Avoid breaking pacs. Do not handle pacs with wet or moist hands. Do not expose pacs to moisture. Do not cut or puncture. If pacs stick together, do not try to separate them. May irritate eyes. Do not get in eyes. Keep out of reach of children.
HE Turbo: For both. 33% more pacs (vs. 72 ct). Dermatologist recommended. Free of dyes & perfumes. Contains no phosphate. Questions? 1-800-879-8433. Visit www.tide.com.
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