All Natural Laundry Detergent
With all the chemicals, phosphates, etc. companies are putting in their laundry soap; it is a good idea to find all natural laundry detergent. When you have a baby at home, you try to find laundry products that will be safe and gentle on their sensitive skin. What do you do when you are that adult who has sensitive skin? My husband and my son both have very sensitive skin and I wash new clothes before they wear them and I use laundry detergent for sensitive skin. The only drawback to using the soap for sensitive skin is that it doesn’t address the issue of the planet. We need to find more companies that offer laundry products that are safe for sensitive skin as well as safe for the environment.
Country Save was founded in 1977 by Elmer Pearson, who is the same man who invented Elmer’s glue that we see in every home and classroom across America. Although Elmer passed away in 1985, his spirit and drive still resonate with the staff at Country Save. The key that makes Country Save laundry soap different from others is not what goes into it, but how it is put together. This formula allows for the smallest scoop possible that dissolves completely, cleans your clothes entirely and rinses out completely. This is why you get zero sensitivity issues from Country Save because of that step and their formula. Most soaps don’t rinse out completely which leaves a residue which makes sensitive skin to become irritated. At 80 loads per 5 pound box, you can imagine how small that scoop must be in order to clean 80 loads!! Country Save also gives back to their community be sending our troops care packages with each service person received 10 packs of the Country Save soap.
Concentrated Laundry Detergent
With a family of four with two active children and one l less than stellar income, we count on products to give us the best bang for our buck. I received two of the 2 ounce packets ($3.00 per 6 packets) which each give you 2 loads of cleaning. I actually had a load of laundry ready to go when the package from Country Save arrived; I went ahead and put one ounce in the washing machine. I was not expecting the clothes to be as clean as they were from a little bit of powdered soap. I did not use any fabric softener because I wanted to see if I could tell a difference in the Country Save washed clothes. Believe it or not, the clothes were soft. They were not as soft as if you used a cap of fabric softener, but they were soft and there was no static. I feel for the cost per load, the Country Save products are a good bargain.