Liquid detergents are an increasingly popular brand among consumers who prefer not to spend big money on the pricey liquid detergences.
However, a number of brands have gone out of business, with the biggest loss coming from Persil.
It was announced earlier this year that the company was sold to an unnamed investor.
The deal was made possible by a recent law to allow companies to be liquidated in the event of a merger or acquisition.
This law was passed in July and is aimed at helping companies like Persil that are being forced to close due to the economic climate.
However it also meant that the firm could be liquidating and going out of liquidation earlier.
The news is currently being played down by the company, which said it would be “continually working to keep the company going”.
However, the company has not announced any plans to shut down.
The latest news is that Persil is no longer a liquid deterging brand.
The brand will be replaced by a new brand, Persil Clean.
This will be a more traditional liquid detergence brand, and will be run by a wholly owned subsidiary.
It has been confirmed that the new brand will launch in the coming months, but no specific date has been set.
It’s not the first time that a brand has gone out in liquidation, as there have been several brands that have been liquidated.
In 2016, the brand Absolut was liquidated by an unnamed buyer.
Since then, other brands like R&T and Dove also went out of sale, but the reason behind these losses remains unclear.
It may have been because the brand was not able to attract customers or retain existing ones, as it had been sold to another investor.
This was the first major loss for a liquid brand, as its revenue fell by over a third.
Other companies that have gone into liquidation include Procter & Gamble and General Mills.