My Laundry Room Makeover
I will never use fabric softener again. The same goes for over-packaged laundry detergent.
As part of my sustainable journey, I have been transitioning ‘one room at a time’ to be plastic free, and over the holidays it was my laundry room.
I admit that I was skeptical. I used to work for Procter & Gamble selling Tide and Downey and have been a loyal user of both for most of my adult life. As much as I want to be eco-conscious, it can’t come at the expense of clean clothes.
Leading up to my laundry room plastic-free makeover, I researched and tested several eco-friendly brands before deciding on Tru Earth Laundry Eco-Strips.These strips do a great job cleaning clothes and are packed in a small, compostable package containing 32 loads. And I'm not the only happy user. After 2700 on line reviews, this detergent has 4.9/5 rating!
Tru Earth also makes premium organic New Zealand Wool Dryer Balls which I cannot say enough about. Not only do they eliminate static from my clothing but they save me money. I estimate I will save $130 over the next 3 years and that is just in fabric softener I no longer buy. As the wool balls absorb moisture, they also reduce drying time and electricity. They come packed in a cotton drawstring bag that can be used many times over for bulk tea, candies or nuts. And when the balls no longer work, they make great toys for your dog.
Both are available at www.tenthousandless.ca.
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