It’s been about 2 years now since I started using
organic soap nuts instead of toxic chemical ridden
laundry detergent to wash my clothes.
Soap nuts are harvested and dried fruits from the
sapindus mukorossi tree, from the family Sapindacea.
They look weird, right?
People in India and Nepal have used these
soap nuts as a detergent for centuries.
…”Imagine getting away with using no chemicals in your laundry. Now imagine there is a single product that would help you with all the cleaning in your house. This natural product would wash your clothes as effectively as a normal detergent while saving you over 50% of the cost. This product is real, and it’s more common than you’d think. Soap nuts are a 100% renewable resource, the trees that bear its fruit cause no pollution.”…
Soap nuts are the most environmentally friendly
laundry product that you could buy.
They are affordable, and free from chemicals, dyes and harsh fragrances.
Once you open the package of soap nuts you may notice that they
have a strange scent. Personally, I wasn’t a fan of this smell
and was worried that my clothes would smell like the nut itself.
But that scent will not transfer to your clothing.
Trust me, your clothes will smell fresh and fragrance free
after taking them out from the wash.
A one year supply runs at around $30-$40
and it really lasts!
Check out Soapnuts Niagara by clicking below.
As they say,
“This is, hands down, the greenest detergent
and cleaner out there. There is no laundry soap
on the planet with a lower carbon footprint.”
I couldn’t agree more.