About Eco Nuts Organic Soap Berry Laundry Detergent - 100 Loads
Overstock. Soap that grows on a tree? These Eco Nuts organic laundry detergent soap berries are grown in Nepal and naturally produce saponin (soap) when agitated in water. These sapindus mukorossi seeds are free from pesticides, chemical dyes and perfumes, which means they're great for children, allergy sufferers and sensitive skin!
Specs about Eco Nuts Organic Soap Berry Laundry Detergent - 100 Loads
- Ingredients: De-seeded organic sapindus mukorossi (soap berries)
- Capacity: 6.5 oz. (100 loads)
- Made in Nepal
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Safe laundry soapReviewed by Amber from Wisconsin on Saturday, February 10, 2018We LOVE EcoNuts! Our family has sensitive skin so we only use nontoxic products in skin care & home essentials. This product is eco-friendly, cost effective and safe for all. I HIGHLY recommend it for laundry soap. Our clothes come out clean and soft!
Question & Answer
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“Eco-nuts vs Washberries ? (each from STP)
Any comments about how they differ?
Also, re "Whites get dingy with soap nuts – oxyclean (or something like it) is required." I've got OxoBrite" -I THINK it's the best of the "non-bleach (non-chlorine) bleaches" - I'll use non-chlorine "bleach" on something really dirty, but, I don't know how safe it is on items I care about. (Many products say either, "Use non-chlorine bleach when needed" OR "No bleach" (but which they mean No.Chkoribe.Bkeach. - So, the tags aren't informative.
SEEKING your experience/advice, from using soap nuts, on (1) whether brand-choice of soap nuts matters, and if so, how? and (2) When (other than for really-dirty laundry) to NOT use soap nuts?
Thanks for your experience. And, yes, I did consult Google before sending this. ;)”
I'm sorry, I am not able to find Washberries on our site. From what I can find these are safe for all clothes.