Our Laundry Rinse (or all-natural fabric softener) neutralizes hard water in the final rinse cycle.
Unlike conventional, slimy fabric softeners that are filled with toxic chemicals, our natural softening liquid uses citric acid to leave your clothes soft and supple. Plus, it aids as a cleaner and static reducer.
Our Signature Scent Softening Rinse is infused with a calming blend of essential and plant-based oils for aromatherapy you can wear!
With our refillable jugs and mix-at-home refill packets, it's easy to stock up on your favorite laundry products while saving time, money, and space in your laundry room.
Plus, with every refill, you're helping cut down on unnecessary plastic waste in our environment.
What’s In It:
Water, Lauryl Trimethyl Ammonium Chloride (eco-friendly cationic surfactant), Trisodium Salt (water softener), Potassium Citrate (mineral-based water conditioner), Signature Scent Blend of Essential Oils (Including; Lavandin Grosso, Lime Oil, Eucalyptus Oil, Fir Needle Oil, Clove Leaf Oil), and... LOTS OF LOVE!
What’s Not In It:
SLS, dimethicone, surfactants, silicone products, perfumes of any kind, glycol, dyes, fillers, phosphates, 1,4-dioxane, chlorine, DEA, thickeners, formaldehyde, petrochemicals, or optical brighteners.
To Mix Product:
1- Fill your 50 oz jug with very warm water to the fill line
(Helpful hint: Pop out the clear spout so you can get a better view of the water level. You can pop it right back in once you are done.)
2- Add one MyGreenFills Laundry Rinse Refill to your jug
3- Close jug tightly & shake it up
4- Do Laundry with Nature™
1- Fill the laundry drum with clothing
2- Fill the Laundry Rinse jug lid up to the desired fill line based on load size
(For regular-sized loads in a HE machine, use 1 ounce or to Line 1. For regular-sized loads in a standard machine, use 2 ounces or to Line 2.)
3- Pour Laundry Rinse in the appropriate fabric softener compartment or in a downy ball. Run the desired wash cycle. (You may also add the Laundry Rinse directly in the drum during the rinse cycle.)
Watch how-to video here: https://vimeo.com/677913136