DIY All-Natural Laundry Detergent

Get a load (or 50) of these natural laundry detergents.

Roux Maison All Natural Laundry Detergent + Odor Eliminator HE Detergent, Hypoallergenic Laundry Detergent Liquid + Environmentally Friendly Sports Detergent for Sensitive Skin - Sport Sweet Tea 16oz

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  • TAG : Natural Laundry Detergent: Hypoallergenic | Seventh Generation
  • I’d highly recommend an oxygen bleach booster in addition to your natural laundry detergent, especially if you are just starting out. They really do make a huge difference when it comes to stain removal: an overnight soak with one of the above and hot water is bound to get the vast majority of stains out without damaging fabric like plain bleach would.

    I hope this guide will give you an idea of the different types of natural laundry detergents that are currently available on the market and help you decide which is best for you. Figure out your priorities and don’t be afraid to experiment. Have some fun with laundry!

  • I absolutely love playing around with laundry boosters: it makes me feel like a chemist doing science experiments in a lab! I also think that they are a brilliant solution for those natural laundry detergents that don’t do well with stains. I’m not a fan of pre-treating laundry (although I do have the cheap but great and on hand for when I need to do that), so I mostly use boosters that go in with regular detergent.

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    Green Works Natural Laundry Detergent Liquid Original 4/90fo

  • Let me just put it out there: I LOVE Ecover laundry detergents. I currently have three: the and , as well as a big jug of , and they are hands down my favorite all-purpose natural laundry detergents. The Ecover Zero powder contains sodium percarbonate (an oxygen bleach), so I use that only on white and light loads, but the liquids are fantastic for everything else. I keep meaning to try the Biokleen Premium Plus powder (only the Premium Plus has enzymes) and Seventh Generation UPP liquids since I’ve heard great things about them, but need to run out of Ecover first! Regular did not do much for me, I found Ecover to be better at general stain removal.

Natural Laundry Detergents | Walgreens

Rounding out our list of natural laundry detergents that work incredibly well is this sleek and modern looking number from Method. Great on sensitive skin with no dyes or perfumes and you should get around 50 washes out of a single bottle.