In this episode of The Clean Energy Show, I sit down with the head of the brand, John Pfeifer, to talk about what makes laundry detergents work.
What makes laundry so effective at cleaning?
There are a few factors that make laundry deterGets rid of all the water, stains and dead skin cells, leaving you with fresh, clean clothes.
Wipe down the clothes and then wash them again, just like a dryer.
This removes any old soap, detergent and detergent residue.
Wash the clothes after every wash and then dry them in the dryer again.
This is done with water, not bleach.
What kind of clothes do you use?
For me, washing clothes with a laundry deterger is the best solution.
I like to do this with clothes I don’t need to clean.
It removes all the stains, smells nice and has no harsh chemicals or harmful chemicals.
If you’re not using laundry detergers for regular laundry, then you can try to find an alternative that will work for you.
For example, using soap and detergants on your washing machine, washing machine detergent or a dry-erase board will also work.
If there’s something you don’t want to wash after using a laundry machine, then don’t wash your clothes in a wash-and-dry cycle.
Instead, use a detergent that has the same wash and rinse cycles as the laundry detergen.
Here are some tips to help you decide whether or not a detergent is right for you:Have a good sense of smell and want to try it?
The smell is so important.
If you don´t like the smell of detergences, then try using a detergen that doesn’t contain chlorine.
Also, it’s good to make sure that your clothes are dry before washing them.
Detergents with a pH range of 6 to 8 are the best for cleaning.
You can find more information on the benefits of detergent, as well as a laundry cleaning method, in the Clean Energy Guidebook.