Laundry wash is a type of detergent used for cleaning clothes and other fabrics. It is typically formulated to remove dirt, stains, and odors from a wide range of fabrics, including cotton, polyester, linen, and blends. Laundry wash contains surfactants, which are chemicals that help to break down dirt and oils on the fabric's surface, as well as enzymes and other additives that target specific types of stains, such as grass, blood, or food. Laundry wash is available in liquid, powder, and pod forms, and can be used in both high-efficiency and traditional washing machines. Some laundry washes may also include fabric softeners or other additives that provide additional benefits, such as wrinkle reduction or color protection. Laundry wash is known for its ability to effectively clean and refresh clothes, while also preserving their quality and appearance.