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Cloths Detergent

What is the best commercial or home made cloths detergent?

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  • I know that I could go to the creek and beat the clothes against a rock, but I was hoping there would be more of a modern, yet safe way of getting clothes clean Right now I use Bio kleen for allergies.

    I would like to get good cotton bedding, so dont want to put detergents on them that may be unhealthy..

  • I use ECOS Free & Clear. It’s non-polluting, contains: plant based surfactants, soap bark, chamomile, horsetail (plant), and does not contail SLS.

    I’ve been using it for years, it does the job and does no harm.

  • I use bio kleen free and clear (for a front loader you only need 1/8 oz. per load!) for top loader you need about a 1/2 – 1 oz. no fabric softener is necessary. those are a waste of money. try a month without and see what you think. one of my friends loves Charlie’s Soap. That’s a real clean rinsing eco-friendly one too.

  • I never tested this product but I am tempted. read this article on Soap Nuts

  • Thanks everyone for the information.This may even take care of night time allergies.

  • I’ve been using Bronner’s liquid soap lately.

    Cheers, Kristen Suzanne

    www.KristensRaw.com

    www.KristensRaw.blogspot.com

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