Head over to the Ecover Facebook page and you can get a free 1.5 oz sample of Ecover laundry liquid detergent. This is only good for the first 15,000.
And I totally understand that a Tide habit is totally hard to break (there’s a reason why it’s the best-selling laundry detergent out there … the stuff works and it works well), but I recommend looking into laundry detergents that are completely 1,4-dioxane free (somewhat of a rarity, actually), contain a significantly less amount of the chemical that was found in Tide, or, at the very least, are produced by companies that are transparent about the ingredients used in their products. I’d recommend or laundry detergents as both tested free of 1,4-dioxane in an extensive . But still, even natural products can contain extremely trace amounts of the chemical as it was revealed in a published by the . In that report, a trace amount of the chemical was found in dish soaps produced by both and (both companies set their own very stringent 1,4-dioxane guidelines and were quick to defend themselves) along with numerous other natural products.