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Molly’s Suds Laundry Powder 120 loads – All Natural, Free of Parabens, Harsh Chemicals, Synthetic Fragrance & Dyes, Great for Sensitive Skin – 70.4 oz (1.99 Kgs)

The super-concentrated powder is long-lasting and affordable, with just one tablespoon required per load. Just as effective as conventional brands and more effective than natural brands, without the use of harsh chemicals, toxins, fillers, carcinogens, preservatives or GMO ingredients. Works great in all water temperatures and hard water, and is septic- and High Efficiency (HE)

The super-concentrated powder is long-lasting and affordable, with just one tablespoon required per load. Just as effective as conventional brands and more effective than natural brands, without the use of harsh chemicals, toxins, fillers, carcinogens, preservatives or GMO ingredients. Works great in all water temperatures and hard water, and is septic- and High Efficiency (HE) washer-safe.

Product Features

  • SUPER CONCENTRATED POWDER is long-lasting, with just 1 tablespoon required per load
  • NO HARSH CHEMICALS, no toxins, no preservatives, no GMO ingredients
  • GENTLE and safe for sensitive skin
  • SAFE for septic systems and High Efficiency (HE) washers
  • Effective in cold and hot water.All Natural, Free of Parabens, Harsh Chemicals, Synthetic Fragrance & Dyes.

Comments

cheryl says:

BEST “HEALTHY” Laundry Detergent Out There! I LOVE this detergent! I bought it for the healthy aspect of it, and I’m so glad I did! For one, it’s healthy. But for two, it lasts SO long! I think I started using it around December of last year and I’m just now (end of September) getting to the bottom of it!!! $21 for 9 months worth of detergent is awesome! And YES I do a lot of laundry! I have NO complaints! And whenever I contact Molly’s Suds on Twitter or Facebook, they’re very quick to respond! I just ordered 2 more bags just now, and I’m very excited to not have to buy detergent for a very long time. And, in case you were wondering WHY we should be concerned about the detergent we use….just know that everything we touch, chemically, goes through our skin and into our bloodstream…so even the soaps we use on our clothing can be harmful to our health. Having kids, this is VERY important to me, so I was in search of a great product that was AFFORDABLE. And I found Molly’s Suds at our local downtown farmer’s market. Their soap…

Pumpkin's Momma says:

Eczema lifesaver! I’ve been using this for about 6 months now and feel I can give a thorough review. I have two boys that have eczema issues and require a heavy topical rx cream to fix the rash. About a year ago I switched to Dr. Bronners baby mild to wash their bodies with. It helped but I noticed a pattern – where clothes had friction on their bodies is where a flare would start. For my older son it was on the sock lines of his legs. I mean i was using “free and clear” detergents! I started to use Dr. Bronners peppermint to wash their clothes in but it wasn’t cost effective. I did research on my beloved ewg dot org site and noticed very few detergents are an A rating. Dr Bronners and Molly’s were two of only a few. 

tstv13 says:

Great value natural laundry soap I’ve used this and it does a great job and really reasonable in the long run. Remember to wash on warm to do a better job unless the material instructions say otherwise, it still works in cold. I use vinegar as the fabric softener. The size lasts a very long time. For a stain spray I put a scoop of this in a spray bottle with peroxide and lemon juice. Let it fizz over in the sink until it stops then cap the bottle and use as a stain spray. The addition of the laundry soap to the spray makes it work better.When you first start using this natural laundry soap you need to add vinegar to the wash to remove the layer of chemicals that regular laundry detergent and fabric softener leave in the material. I add about 1 cup of vinegar to the wash in the beginning to remove the chemicals. This is only needed for the first few washes.

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