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Molly's Suds Free & Clear Laundry Powder Ultra Concentrated Unscented -- 47 oz - 70 Loads

Molly's Suds Free & Clear Laundry Powder Ultra Concentrated Unscented
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Molly's Suds Free & Clear Laundry Powder Ultra Concentrated Unscented -- 47 oz - 70 Loads

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Molly's Suds Free & Clear Laundry Powder Ultra Concentrated Unscented Description

  • Formulated with Earth Derived Ingredients
  • Costs Less Per Load Than Leading Brands
  • Safe For all Washing Machines
  • Cruelty Free
  • Vegan
  • Gluten Free
  • Dye Free
  • Fragrance Free
  • No Petrochemicals, Phosphates or 1,4 Dioxane, Optical Brighteners, Nonylphenol Ethoxylates
  • Always Safe for People & the Planet

Molly's Suds Laundry Powder has zero harsh chemicals, carcinogens, synthetic fragrances, or dyes. Helpful for people with allergies or skin sensitivities. Super-concentrated and affordable with just 1 tablespoon required per load.


Reseal Me. Between Uses.

Standard and old washers that won't die add 1 scoop (1 tbsp) as the machine fills with water and then add the laundry. HE machines add powder directly to your washer tub then add laundry. Heavily soiled or XL loads? We recommend using an extra 1/2 scoop + warm water for best results & choose the longest wash cycle.

Dry using wool dryer balls.

Add our Whitener to stained laundry & whites for an added Boost! Hard water? Add 1/3 cup distilled white vinegar to the wash or fabric softener cup and prepare to be amazed! Strains? Pretreat strains with diluted natural dish soap or our All Sport in a sprayer. Launder. Repeat if still visible. Don't dry stained laundry, or the stain will be set forever.

Free Of
dyes, fragrances, cruelty, gluten.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

Ingredients: Proprietary Blend of Sodium carbonate (sourced from the green river basin in wyoming), sodium bicarbonate, magnesium sulfate (heptahydrate), maris sal (unrefined sea salt).

Eye Irritant. Harmful if Swallowed. Do not ingest. Avoid eye and mucous membrane contact; avoid prolonged contact with skin. Call Poison Control. Flush eyes and mucous membranes for 15 minutes in the event of contact and seek medical attention.

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5 Laundry Hacks for the Cleanest Towels Ever

Towels are something we use every day – which means they're the hardest working items to land in our laundry hampers. Whether it's kitchen towels used to dry dishes, hand towels hung beside the guest bathroom sink, bath towels used (sometimes by the entire family!) to dry off after daily showers or random towels used to clean up messes and generally maintain your home, these trusty rectangles of fabric can take a serious beating.

What’s worse is that the more you wash them, the poorer their condition seems to get a lot of the time.

For the sake of your pocketbook and the planet, try these eco-friendly laundry tips to bring your towel collection back to life.

Stack of Folded Pastel-Colored Towels Freshly Washed by Someone Following Helpful Laundry Tips |

How to wash towels like a pro

1. Towel issue: Scratchy or stiff 

Laundry tip: As crazy as it sound, if your towels are stiff and scratchy, you’re probably using too much laundry detergent. More isn’t always a good thing. If you have a high-efficiency wash machine and are using too much detergent, it’s highly likely your towels aren’t getting rinsed thoroughly enough to remove all of the detergent during the washing cycle. Instead of running a second rinse and wasting water, try using half the amount of detergent that you usually do. In fact, you can even skip the detergent from time to time just to make sure the towels are getting rinsed completely clean. As long as you use hot water they will still come out nice and clean and maybe even better than before.

2. Towel issue: Dull and dingy

Laundry tip: Remember when you bought those beautiful sea foam green towels? They were so vibrant and fresh, they made your bathroom look like something from that Pinterest board you titled “My Dream Decor.” Except now they look like someone used them to wash their car in the middle of the desert during a sand storm. Towels in high-traffic places like the guest bathroom and kitchen can end up with a dirty or dingy appearance more quickly than towels used in other parts of your home. You may have tried to bleach them to death only to find the fabric a little worse for the wear but still looking just as soiled. Instead, run your towels through a long and hot wash cycle with no detergent and a cup of baking soda to freshen the look and feel of them.

3. Towel issue: Absorbency level = negative 100

Laundry tip: Here's another case of less is more. Or none, actually; none is great when it comes to fabric softeners and towels. Sure, you think if you add more fabric softener to the load your towels are going to come out thick and fluffy and soft just like a television commercial from the 1980s, but all it really does is coat the fibers of  the fabric and make it harder for your towels to do their job, which is, you know, to absorb things. Skip the softener and if you really must use it, do it sparingly and only once every third or fourth wash.

4. Towel issue: Smelly and stinky

Laundry tip: Sure, we’ve all forgotten a load of laundry in the washing machine for a day (or two) and come back to find an odor most foul. Once that mildew sets in it can become a Herculean feat to get rid of it. Even with the hottest water and the most aggressive amount of detergent (which we already established is going to do more harm than good) sometimes that smell just…lingers. If you find yourself in this stinky situation, it’s time to strip your towels of all the old detergent and fabric softener residue along with anything else that might be lingering on them. First run them through the longest wash cycle on your machine with a cup of baking soda instead of detergent. Then, in a second cycle use a cup of white vinegar in place of detergent. Yes, you are running two full wash cycles but that’s better than having to buy all new towels. Then, of course, get them in the dryer as soon as possible and run it until they are completely dry. Not mostly dry. Completely.

5. Towel issue: They never dry in the dryer

Laundry tip: This one is much more simple than you think…oh, and it’s totally your fault, too. It’s actually the exact same reason your towels weren’t absorbing anything. Too much fabric softener. The same way the fabric softener coats the fibers and prevents moisture from being absorbed it also locks it into the fibers when it coats them! Frustrating, for sure, but the sure-fire way to combat this problem, again, is to skip the fabric softener all together and give them a good stripping in the wash with hot water and baking soda to get the fibers free from the fabric softener residue. 

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