Made in the U.S. Well liked for dealing with stains and soiled clothes. Nontoxic and made from plant-based surfactants, this container is designed to handle 300 high-efficiency loads (150 standard loads) without leaving a residue.
Some users don’t care for the lingering scent it leaves on clothes. Several consumers reported receiving damaged shipments. Made using sulfate as a surfactant.
Comprised of 65% plant-based ingredients. Free of dyes, phosphates and brightening agents. Designed to be gentle on the skin. Works in both high efficiency and regular washing machines. Money-back guarantee. Light and fresh scent. 2 smaller bottles instead of one large one for easier handling.
Several people have reported the product bottle arrives not filled all the way to the top. May not work effectively on heavily soiled clothing.
Biodegradable, non-toxic, and color-safe. Can be used in high-efficiency machines or standard machines. Not tested on animals. Packaged using solar energy, with recyclable, biodegradable packaging. Sulfate-free.
Works best on only lightly-soiled clothing. Thicker than average consistency can mean a slow pour.
Contains no sulfates, bleach, or toxic chemicals. Acceptable for delicates and darks, with no perfumes, dyes, or allergens. Money-back guarantee. Made in the USA. Several users with skin allergies have had no problems with this product.
Some users report the product did not get their laundry clean. Select consumers had problems with the packaging leaking during shipment. Some people dislike the lingering smell on clothes after washing.
Produced 100% with wind power at a zero manufacturing waste facility. Concentrated formula, so the large container will last for many loads.
Some users report this product overly produces soap bubbles – be sure to follow measurement instructions for your washer.
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Plant-based laundry detergents can be expensive, and some don’t clean clothing as well as regular types of detergent. Some bigger brand names have made inroads into this space and offer more affordable versions, but those are not 100% plant-based like some of the smaller name brand products. If you’re interested in environmentally-friendly products, be sure you also understand how and where the detergent is manufactured. Bonus points to those facilities manufacturing in the USA on renewable power sources, and in low- or no-waste facilities. With different sizes and formulations, always read package instructions for your washing machine.
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