The final product that ECO Store USA sent me to review was their Laundry Liquid. I’ve now washed 5 loads of laundry and I’m impressed. I think I’m in love with the eucalyptus that’s in each of the products that I’ve tested. It’s not a strong scent but it’s nice and you can’t smell it after the clothes are dried. The Laundry Liquid is super concentrated and it only takes 3-5 tbls of liquid to wash a load of clothes. Much better than the cup of traditional laundry detergent that is required to get the laundry clean.
The Laundry Liquid is made of all plant-based ingredients including; Palm and Coconut based non-ionic and anionic surfactants, fatty acid derivative, mineral hydroxide, and certified organic Eucalyptus oil. It’s all natural and non-toxic and perfect for your children’s clothes. I washed several loads of Little B’s laundry including pee soaked changing pads and reflux drenched clothes. Her laundry all came out clean and smelling fresh.
I really wish I had received some of their Pure Oxygen Whitener to see how well that worked to keep clothes brighter. I’m not a big fan of bleach so I suffer from dingy whites.
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