Our laundry sheets are designed to be enough for a standard 5-6kg wash. If you are doing larger than average loads we recommend using 1.5-2 sheets. For smaller loads around 2.5kg, we recommend using half a sheet. Simply tear the sheet at the perforation.
- Sodium Dodecyl Sulfate
- Deionised Water
Derived from coconut oil, this ingredient provides the power behind our detergent and is a wonderful surfactant. It creates a gentle lather that cleans without damaging delicate fabrics whilst working hard to remove those tough stains.
We choose to encase our detergent in PVA because it's colourless, odourless, biodegradable, and non-toxic. PVA provides the structural backbone for our detergent sheets and allows them to rapidly dissolve the plant-derived cleaning agents to get to work on your laundry
These plant-derived enzymes are extremely effective at targeting common stain components like food, grass and blood. Since one enzyme molecule can work on many substrate molecules (stains), even a tiny amount of protease enzymes can have a huge impact on dirt and grime.
The deionized water used in our laundry sheets has a much lower mineral and salt content, meaning no crusty white residue in your machine. The residue build up from mineral water can clog and potentially damage your machine over time and reduce the effectiveness of your wash cycle.
Certified Biodegradable Laundry Sheets
These fluffy light sheets of goodness are OECD-301B certified biodegradable. Unlike some "other" brands who cut costs in manufacturing their sheets that still dissolve but do not meet any biodegradability benchmarks.
The OECD testing benchmarks are considered the world-wide standard for product testing. We wanted to ensure our customers that our sheets don't just dissolve, they biodegrade rapidly.
US VS TRADITIONAL DETERGENTS
Traditional Laundry Detergent
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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
How many sheets do I use per load?
What ingredients do you use in the laundry sheets?
- Sodium dodecyl sulfate
- Polyvinyl alcohol
- Glyceryl Cocoate
- Trisodium citrate
What is OECD-301B Compliant?
The OECD Guidelines for testing chemicals are a collection of the most relevant and internationally agreed testing methods used by governments, industries and independent laboratories to assess the safety of chemicals. The OECD-301B test is an assessment of biodegradability over a 28 day period in an aerobic environment, this allowed us to ensure our laundry sheets dissolve and biodegrade rapidly and cleanly into the environment.
How many loads will I get per pack?
If you are doing regular 5-6kg loads you will get 40 loads per pack. For smaller loads you can get up to 80 loads per pack when using half-sheets. When designing our sheets we wanted to make sure we weren't influencing people to over-use their detergent (like so many other brands out there) and having the option to simply tear the sheets in half allows for those people who do smaller loads to still get the most out of their detergent sheets.
What do the enzymes in the laundry sheets do?
We have used protease enzymes in our detergent for multiple reasons. Firstly, they are made naturally by plants and fungi and are great for the environment. Secondly, protease enzymes are extremely effective on common stain components such as food, grass and blood. Lastly, the addition of protease enzymes to the laundry sheets allowed us to develop a highly efficient and sustainable detergent, as one protease enzyme is able to work on many molecules of substrate (dirt). The efficiency of the protease enzymes means we can omit the conventional chemical nasties from our formula and provide a lightweight and highly efficient detergent.
Where are your laundry sheets made?
Our laundry sheets are proudly made in China. Obviously we know there is a preference from a lot of people for Australian made products and this will lose us some customers but the means to produce these laundry sheets in Australia simply doesn't exist yet. The rapid advancement of production and innovation in China has made them the ideal choice for our eco-friendly laundry sheets. China is leading the world in eco-friendly and sustainable production methods and allow businesses like ours to innovate and provide unique and waste-free products.