Laundry Stain Bars
Your Laundry | Our Planet
Dirty Laundry - it's the one thing that we all have in common, am I right? And we're not talking about our personal secrets here - we're talking grass stains, poopy underpants, spilled coffee, bloody noses... those reminders of our day to day mishaps every time we sort laundry.
Say goodbye to that spray bottle of stain remover, or bottle of stinky bleach. It's time to welcome etee's handmade, plant-based Laundry Stain Bar with open arms. Hi Friend!
New to the stain bar game? No worries - it's super simple to use, has no irritating scents and is changing our stain game.
HOW DO I USE A STAIN BAR? Super Easy! Grab that coffee spilled t-shirt - wet the stained area & rub the Laundry Stain Bar onto the fabric. For extra stubborn stains, give the fabric a little squish around to activate the stain removing power of the Laundry Stain Bar. Wash as you usually would. For older stains, let the stain remove sit for a few hours to activate before washing.
Our unscented formula means that it's super gentle and won't irritate after use!
Ingredients include: Organic Coconut Oil, Sodium Hydroxide, Potassium Hydroxide, Citric Acid, Boric Acid
Handmade in Canada, these 3.2 oz/90 g bars ready to kick any stain's butt!
This works as well as any spray spot and stain cleaner, and you lose the big plastic container! Those two truths should make you ditch the spray and try this!
It is a very simple, environmentally conscious way of removing stains from multiple materials. I especially like to use it on carpet stains. I use a small amount of water, rub the bar over the stain, leave it for a minute or so and voila, the carpet stain is gone! It does the trick for clothes as well but the carpet stain removal was a pleasant surprise.
I’m glad I ordered two of these - I’m going to give one to my daughter and order more! It’s become my go-to for spot washing. Removes all fresh stains (and some old ones) and perfectly safe for colours. The paper cover makes the bar easy to handle, and it’s the perfect shape to perch on the ledge beside the sink.