Why choose eco-friendly laundry products

According to In The Wash, an average family of four will do about 470 loads of laundry a year! Couple this with the fact that The Guardian found washing and drying a load every two days creates around 440kg of CO2e each year, the equivalent to flying from London to Glasgow and back with 15-mile taxi rides to and from the airports. Eco laundry products are an easy and cost-effective way to start being more sustainable whilst saving money.

Swapping to eco-friendly washing using natural ingredients that dissolve in water and leave no microplastics, is better for sensitive skin, and an instant way to cut your single-use plastic waste. Even better products such as the ecoegg laundry egg also helps you to save money on your shopping bills.

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Everything you need to know about ecoegg Laundry Egg

The ecoegg Laundry Egg is an award-winning eco-friendly replacement for regular laundry detergent and fabric softener. It is designed to naturally clean your clothes and reduce plastic waste in your home.

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Why you should go palm oil free for your laundry products

The world consumes palm oil at an incredible rate, because it’s in almost everything. From car fuel, to lipstick, to peanut butter and dog food – even in your laundry detergent. As an ingredient itself, it’s got a few benefits, but do these outweigh the risks and harm it does to our environment?

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A 25C wash is greenest – but can it clean filthy clothes?

At 25 degrees there is a 40% reduction in yearly energy use, according to the Energy Savings Trust – and a 20-degree wash can reduce this even further, down to 66% less energy a year. That’s great in terms of carbon emissions reduction, as well as making a nice reduction on your energy bills.

But can a wash at that low of a temperature really cut through the dirt and clean your clothes properly?

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