Day 3 waste free living favorites:
Wool dryer balls from Norwex are a natural fabric softener that will substitute the need for dryer sheets, plastic dryer balls, and/or liquid fabric softeners in plastic bottles.
This zero-waste alternative is made with 100% wool, is chemical-free, and helps reduce drying time by 25% which helps use less energy. You can also add a couple drops of your favorite essential oils, to give your cloths a good smell. .
Best part? You only need to buy wool dryer balls once because they can be reused indefinitely.
I also add Norwex Ultra Power laundry detergent to my laundry routine. This highly concentrated, superior stain-fighting powder contains biodegradable surfactants and is free from phosphates and fillers. Designed for both high-efficiency (HE) and conventional washing machines, this formula gets your whites even whiter, your brights even brighter and dissolves grease and grime. Safe on all fabrics, including hand-washables and Norwex Microfiber.
If I’m not using Norwex laundry detergent I look for other detergents that are free and clear.
What does that mean? When a laundry detergent claims to be Free & Clear, it's usually referring to being free of artificial dyes and any sort of fragrance, natural or artificial. One of my favorite brands is Seventh Generation and it even now comes in a cardboard bottle, which means less plastic waste!!!
Message me if you’d like to know more or snag some for yourself or someone you know. - 29 minutes ago