Environmentally Friendly Ways to Wash Your Clothes

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It’s amazing how much the everyday things in our lives can affect the environment around us. Most of the time, we don’t even stop to think about it, but there are so many simple things we can do to help make our environment just a little bit better.

Recycling, composting and environmentally friendly cleaning products are the first things most people consider, but even washing your clothes in cold water is something that can help. The only issue is, so many basic detergents don’t actually dissolve in cold water! I prefer to wash my clothes in cold water as much as possible because not only does it help the environment, it also helps preserve your clothes. One of the best detergents to use with cold water are the Tide PODS plus Downy. They are the first detergent packs that help transform the washing machine into a safe place that cleans your clothes, conditions and protects them. They also provide 6x the cleaning power in half id the time of a regular detergent, making your washes more efficient, reducing the environmental impact.

It’s also a perfect detergent to wash your delicates in because of the way it protects your clothes from damage in the wash. Just note that the powerful detergent comes in a fine package and should be kept out of the reach of children.

I also recommend washing full loads of laundry, no more of those one item washes! The amount of water used is nothing but a waste! Ultimately, there are quite a few things you can do to help the environment, this is just one way and thankfully it’s an easy one!

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