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The newest NFL-branded washing machine from the league’s new “smart” detergent division, which is a direct competitor to the more popular brands, will have you running for the hills and putting out more soap and water than the current products, but it’s still not for everyone.

In fact, some of the brands will have to be discontinued for the NFL to continue selling the new machines.

While the NFL has been touting the new products as being more environmentally friendly, the company says it’s not.NFL.com/smart, which has not published any information about the new washing machines, reported Thursday that they are “made to be hygienic and non-toxic.”

The company said the new models “are designed to make washing the most efficient and cost-effective way to wash.”

According to the company, the new cleaning products are designed to be “as gentle as possible,” which it says means using “zero-waste products, such as household detergents and cleaners.”

The brand said the detergent can be used for cleaning laundry, ironing, iron, iron and cloth diapers, and that it is made to help wash clothes that “may be slightly damp or otherwise wet.”

“The new smart washing machines come with a variety of features to help you clean up and take care of your laundry,” the company said in a statement.

“With a variety on-screen controls, you can easily set up your own detergent.

For example, you could choose between a soft detergent for laundry or a stronger detergent.”

It is not clear if the brand’s statement is intended to be a direct comparison to the current Smartwash, which sells for about $300.

The company has not issued any information on the new smart detergent machines, nor has it shared any information or videos about the machines.

The company has also not shared any details about the products or how they are different from the existing products.

In the same statement, the brand said: “The new Smart washing machines will be available nationwide in March.”

The NFL, however, is not planning to make any announcements on the brand of washing machines until the league releases more information about them.

The NFL’s Smartwashing products have been sold since 2014.

The brand is now known as Pro-Lift, which the company uses to wash laundry and ironing machines.

It is not known when the NFL plans to discontinue the new brands.

In March, the NFL announced that it would be giving away 50,000 new washing machine parts and other promotional items to help raise money for Hurricane Sandy relief.

In response to the hurricane, the league offered to sell its “smart washing machines” at a reduced price to those who donated $5 or more.