Using a hypoallergenic laundry detergent is a good idea for anyone with sensitive skin. But the term "hypoallergenic" can mean different things depending on the detergent manufacturer making the claim. This article discusses hypoallergenic detergent and helps consumers understand what they should look for when choosing a laundry detergent that won’t irritate skin.
Silk bedding manufacturers recommends choosing a detergent specially formulated for silk, and with good reason, silk is a natural fiber and washing it in detergents that are either too acidic or too alkaline will cause those fibers to harden. Silk bedding is surprisingly simple to care for, the secret is choosing a laundry soap uniquely formulated for silk.
Even the most casual label readers among us have seen the term "laundry enzymes" or "biological detergents." Although they've been around decades, enzyme-boosting laundry detergents are absolutely having their moment, and with good reason: they're fabulous for removing tough stains.
How to Wash Your SLIP Silk Pillowcase. Your SLIP pillowcases requires a bit of special care. We’ll show you exactly how to wash your SLIP pillowcase; offer general instructions for washing silk; and explain why you should only use certain types of laundry detergent.
We are reviewing Heritage Park All-Purpose Laundry Detergent and The Laundress Signature Detergent. We compare and contrast the similarities and differences of these two top detergents for your fine washables and delicates. The mega corporation - Unilever, versus the boutique independent manufacturer - Heritage Park.
Made from 100% New Zealand Wool, these dryer balls are a cost-effective, environmentally sustainable option to replace your dryer sheets. Our natural wool dryer balls are easy to use: just toss three (for a small- or medium-sized load) or six (for a large load) balls into the clothes dryer with your wet laundry and run the drying cycle as usual, although your load will likely take less time than normal to dry.
We compare Heritage Park Baby and Toddler Laundry Detergent with Le Blanc Children’s Laundry Wash and Noodle & Boo Ultra-Safe Baby Laundry Detergent. In the product comparison we cover everything from ingredients to cleaning enzymes and beyond. We compare and contrast the similarities and differences between these leading baby detergents and tell you which is best at tackling those tough baby stains.
Learn how enzymes in detergent will break down and remove even the toughest stains. If you’re looking for a natural way to clean fine fabrics, an enzyme laundry detergent could be right for you. Enzyme detergents are a highly effective at removing stain on delicates, including clothing, sheets and towels.
We compare Heritage Park Baby and Toddler Laundry Detergent with Dreft (Stage 1 and 2). In the product comparison we cover everything from ingredients to cleaning enzymes and beyond. We compare and contrast the similarities and differences between these leading baby detergents and tell you which is best at tackling those tough baby stains.
Learn the best way to wash and care for your cashmere or woolsweaters at home. By take a close look at the care label, you may discover that your beloved sweater can, in fact, be washed by hand or in the washing machine. That’s great news for saving time, money, and exposure to harsh dry cleaning chemicals.
Wool dryer balls are an easy, sustainable way to soften clothes and linen and speed drying time without harmful chemicals. Wool dryer balls are a better choice than dryer sheets or fabric softener. They save energy (and the Earth). Read our guide on Wool Dryer Balls.
The laundry care label is the very first place you should look when you’re thinking about cleaning a garment or piece of home linen. These instructions come directly from the manufacturer, and they know best how to wash and dry the item. But understanding those care labels - and their mysterious symbols - can be a bit confusing. Today, we’ll take you through common laundry symbols and explain exactly what each means.