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Helping you green your laundry routine

Bring it on, 2012. I have big plans for the new year. Probably too big, but it can’t hurt to aim high right?

One thing on my lengthy list is to simply stick to my guns on things like making my home as greentastic as it can possibly be. Developing a strong eco-conscious is a journey that certainly has its ups and downs, and it really helps me to reaffirm my commitment once in a while.

So there. Reaffirmation has begun. :)

Now, on to business. One paradox I’ve noticed since getting rid of toxic household products is that while I do miss lovely scented candles (pumpkin! sugar cookie! cinnamon stick!) and room sprays, I’ve become really sensitive to them when I do come in contact with them now. Especially when it comes to laundry. So I was excited to give Tropical Traditions powdered laundry detergent a go.


Tropical Traditions, as a company, is dedicated to offering high quality, eco-friendly, natural products, and this laundry detergent is one of them. The ingredients panel lists soda ash, sodium percarbonate, and mild surfactants. That’s it. No perfumes or fragrances, no dyes and no phosphates, and that means nothing to harm the environment when it  decomposes. And, it leaves your clothes smelling like clothes, and nothing more. It’s safe for the environment, and safe for your family.

But does it get them clean, you ask? Yes! TT detergent safely cleans all types of clothes (except silk or wool) in all temperatures. Just add it to the washer while it’s filling, load with clothes, and wash.

Buy it!

Right now, you can get 5lb of Tropical Traditions powdered laundry detergent for the special low price of only $16.99! Visit their website to order now.

Win it!

TT has offered ABCGP readers the chance to win their own 5lb container of laundry detergent!

Enter using the easy Rafflecopter form below. Good luck!

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  1. I do 3 loads of diaper laundry, 2 loads of sheets, and about 2-4 loads of clothes (depending on the week). So I guess that’d be around 8 loads of laundry a week for us!

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  2. domestic diva says:

    We do about 7 (diapers + clothes + sheets/towels).

  3. Now that my family has grown up and left home I do about 4-5 loads of laundry a week.

  4. I just order this laundry detergent and I’m looking forward to trying it!!

  5. Amy Bailey says:

    I do about 5 loads a week.. We do family cloth though and much is cloth wipes, pads and diapers. :)

  6. etude37@gmail.com says:

    I average 6 loads of laund y as I live alone now ,but I would love to try this det.

  7. Ruth Anderson says:

    I seperate my clothes very carefully ,

  8. I do about 7-8 loads per week, but considering I cloth diaper, that’s a large part of it.

  9. Colleen Busch says:

    Too many loads to keep track of with 3 busy boys :)

  10. Colleen Busch says:

    Love TT dish soap.

  11. Michelle Dippel says:

    I do 1-2 loads a day. Usually about 10 or so loads a week.

  12. Maria Ivey says:

    I try to do one load a day to keep it from building up plus two loads of cloth diapers a week.

  13. Ashley Reynolds says:

    I do about 5-7 loads a week, depending on lots of factors. Some days I do 4 loads in one day though cuz I really don’t like doing laundry! :)

  14. My laundry tip is to marry a man who doesn’t mind doing it! haha!

  15. Amanda J. says:

    I do about 4 loads of laundry per week.

  16. i do 3 loads of laundry per week.

  17. I do between 8-12 loads of laundry a week (3-4 loads of diapers!)

    I line dry my laundry in the summer, use distilled white vinegar instead of softener and soak laundry in hot water and detergent (currently rockin green or homemade) overnight if it’s hubby’s field gear or an especially bad stain etc.

  18. tamra childers says:

    I do about 3 loads

  19. We probably do 5-6 loads a week.

  20. Allison Downes says:

    I do 7-10


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