Honestly! I am lovin’ the laundry products…especially with my pretty new washing machine!!!
I’ve always envied my mother-in-law’s laundry because it smells absolutely incredible. We used the exact same products (until I made new eco-choices), but somehow I could never duplicate that fab aroma. I always wondered if it has something to do with the washing machine or the dryer and how it scrubbed and tumbled the laundry. Maybe?
Anyhow, back to my point. Did I mention I love Method laundry products?!?! They are so eco-friendly and come from a really green company. The items I’ve been trying lately are the detergent and softener infused dryer cloths. The detergent is phosphate-free, bio-degradable and HE (high efficiency) for my new washer…but don’t give me a hard time about the dryer cloths. They can be used twice and are actually compostable! And they contain mainly renewable plant oils.
They really meet my eco-criteria, but above that….damn, they smell GREAT! Both are “water lily + aloe.” And they smell soooo good, I just want to chew on my laundry like a teething baby with a wet wash cloth!!! (Was that too much information?) I don’t know what it is, but besides being a very visual person, I appreciate my sense of smell and just like great smelling laundry…but with a consciousness too!
If anyone else has tried any of their products, I’d love to know what you think. If not, warning….you, too, may want to gnaw on your laundry!
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