Laundry soap typically contains a combination of surfactants, builders, enzymes, and other ingredients that work together to break down and remove stains and dirt from clothes. Surfactants help to loosen dirt and grime from fabrics, while builders help to soften hard water and enhance the cleaning power of the detergent. Enzymes are biological catalysts that break down protein, starch, and other types of stains.

When using laundry soap, it is important to follow the instructions on the packaging and use the appropriate amount for the size of the load and the level of soiling. Overuse of laundry soap can lead to a buildup of detergent residue in clothing, which can cause skin irritation, allergic reactions, and even damage to the washing machine