Definitely, using an organic laundry detergent is the if you want to protect your family as well as the environment. Aside from being nicer to human health, it also is gentler on clothes. Consider using an organic detergent today to reap all the benefits it has to give.
If you have not used an organic laundry detergent yet and you want to try the best brand there is, try the Xtra laundry detergent line. These detergents feature a layered scent system to enable the users to enjoy a consistent fragrance on your clothes from the washer until they reach the dryer.
Going forward, I would also like us to come up with an organic laundry detergent made completely from natural substances. It will not only complement our core product line is but even strengthen the organic positioning.
Almost a year ago I published a in response to the big news that Procter & Gamble agreed to reduce the amount of 1,4-dioxane, a known carcinogen, in their Tide detergents. Yes – your laundry detergent (which in the old days was a simple soap) may contain , a petroleum chemical that may cause cancer and is a significant ground water contaminant. In other words, you may not die from wearing clothes washed with 1,4-dioxane but you will be drinking and eating it afterwards. In this post, I will share with you an organic laundry detergent I found that not only does not contain 1,4-dioxane but is also certified organic.