Plastic-Free, Zero-Waste, Laundry Detergent

Plastic-Free, Zero-Waste, Laundry Detergent

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Starting at 50 sheets/washes per pack.

Ocean plastic is a serious problem, every minute enough plastic to fill a rubbish truck enters our oceans. 

So we created our plastic-free, zero-waste laundry detergent strips. They're ultra-concentrated into strips so they don't require a plastic bottle. Just pop them in the machine with your washing and they dissolve into liquid detergent. Not only that but for every pack we recover 1kg of ocean plastic - the equivalent of 50 plastic bottles.


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LIGHTWEIGHT -  Our pre-measured, lightweight detergent sheets pack the perfect amount of clean for the perfect wash. They are far smaller and easier to transport and store than traditional laundry options which means a 90% smaller carbon footprint. It also means they take up much less space in the cupboard and are ideal for taking away on trips. 

EASY TO USE – Put your clothes into the washing machine. Just add one strip for a normal wash or two if heavily soiled. No need to measure out liquid or powder so no mess or risk of spillage. No fabric softener is required and the strip dissolves completely.

OCEAN CLEAN UP - Our product is plastic-free and each pack removes 1kg of ocean-bound plastic from nature. This is the equivalent of fifty 500ml bottles or 500 crisp packets. Subscribe for a year and that’s 600 bottles removed from the ocean.

Product Info:

  • Non-bio
  • Hypoallergenic
  • Vegan-friendly
  • Free from parabens and SLS
  • Plastic Free and fully biodegradable
  • Carbon Neutral
  • Free of added dyes, phosphates and chlorine bleach.
  • Works with all standard and HE machines
  • Fresh Linen scent

A cardboard envelope 50 sheets is ideal size for a monthly delivery if you are a family of 4; subscribe and save 10% on each purchase. 

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