Thursday, April 19, 2018

Life Detergent Review



Who else hates pouring laundry detergent? Have you ever had liquid detergent sitting on top of your dryer or somewhere close when you have an off balance load, and it drops to the floor and breaks the entire brand new container all over your laundry room floor? I hate to admit that I have. I started using pods in the last year, but I get so nervous that my kids, even though I tell them they are chemicals are going to try to taste one. (They are stored high up and no where near the kids, I just have the fear.) So when I was given the chance to check out Life Detergent sheets I was so excited.



You simply throw in a sheet when you start your washing machine, and wash it in right with your clothes. And because they are so light, you don't chance an unbalanced load knocking them every where in your laundry room. These look similar to dryer sheets. And do not look tasty at all. They are scent free. Which is great for young kids clothes.

It will cost you roughly .19 cents per load, which doesn't seem bad when you have a lot of laundry from little ones. When I tried them, I used them on my boys very dirty clothes after a long day playing in the mud. The detergent worked great. It took out all the mud stains and smell out, without leaving any weird fragrances behind. I would recommend these to any one with small children especially. Or any one who has ever lost a whole jug of detergent to the ground.

These are:

  • Great for high efficiency machines (low sudsing) 
  • Fully dissolves, no matter the water temperature. 
  • There are no harsh chemicals.



If you would like to find out more about Life Detergent, you can click here.




Disclosure: I received one or more products for the exchange for my honest opinion. I only recommend product that I would use personally or believe would be a good fit with my readers. All opinions are 100% my own and may differ from yours. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides concerning the use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising."

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