www.earthbreeze.comAdvertorial Shocking TruthADVERTORIAL Home > Trending > Liquidless Detergent This Liquidless Laundry Detergent Is Stopping 700 Million Plastic Jugs From Entering The Ocean EXPOSED: even when YOU recycle your jug, they still end up in oceans and landfills! ShareTweetPin it This new invention is changing everything! Keep reading to find outI just saw this on FB. I was wondering if anybody's ever tried this product or has heard of it.
Actually this is exactly what we use, not ecobreeze. Brain fart. Used earthbreeze for about 2 years works great.
I've started using it & like it. Alex & Nupur have been using it for a while. They discovered that they have to put in the sheet first because of the way their washer works; once they found that out, no problems.
We use a similar product called Ecobreeze. Works great and it comes in a paper envelope, no plastic at all.
That's good to know. I ordered it, but next time I might check out the co-op & compare prices. It's going to last me a very long time.
This is what I use too. Give it a thumbs up! They sell it at the co-op near me
Thank you. I'll go ahead & order some right now.
I have been using the pictured detergent sheets successfully for some time. Still a small plastic tub they come in.Better than a jug though.
Sue had mentioned alternative detergents, although I think she had referenced dishwasher detergent. Looks like a great idea! I will look into!