How to Use
For squeaky clean laundry every time:
Step 1. Choose either warm or hot water. If your clothing requires cold water, opt for our All Sport Wash – Active Wear Detergent instead.
Step 2. Add your Unscented Laundry Detergent Powder directly to the drum of your washing machine before adding clothing, for both standard and HE washing machines. If you have an extra-large or dirty load, add an additional scoop.
Step 3. Switch your laundry to the dryer — and don’t forget to add Wool Dryer Balls to speed up your drying time!
PRO TIP: If you’re experiencing white residue on your laundry, don’t worry — it’s not the powder that’s the problem, it’s the water. Turn up the water temp to help the powder dissolve or add a ½ cup of white vinegar to balance the pH of hard water.
We adhere to strict ingredient integrity, so you’ll never find harmful chemicals in our products. Molly’s Suds Unscented Laundry Detergent Powder includes only 4 earth-derived ingredients:
- Sodium Carbonate sourced from the Green River Basin in Wyoming
- Sodium Bicarbonate
- Magnesium Sulfate (Heptahydrate)
- Unrefined Sea Salt
In a world where chemicals are not explained or closely regulated, it can be hard to find laundry and household cleaners made with truly safe ingredients. Here is a complete list of all of the ingredients we choose and why we use them!
Molly’s Suds Original Laundry Powder does not include: Harmful Fragrances, Dyes, Cancer-Causing Contaminants like Formaldehyde & 1,4-Dioxane, Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs), Optical Brighteners, Synthetic Nonylphenol Ethoxylates, Petrochemicals, Phosphates, Chlorine, Sodium Laureth Sulfate (SLES), Phthalates, Parabens, Methylisothiazolinone, Cocamide DEA
Learn More About Unscented Laundry Detergent Powder
Wondering where the bubbles are? You won’t find them because our Laundry Powders use a low-sudsing formula!
But don’t worry — that lack of frothy bubbles doesn’t mean our laundry powder isn’t doing its job. Just the opposite! The idea that suds are required for an effective clean is a myth.
In fact, excess suds can actually make your clothes dirtier. Too many suds create a foamy barrier that prevents the soap from being able to access and clean your dirty laundry. A thin film of residue is often left behind. Suds also inhibit HE machine sensors, causing incomplete rinse cycles, extra wear and tear on your machine, and expensive part replacement.
So, if you peek into your washer and worry about the lack of bubbles, rest assured that this is a sign of an effective, natural, and safer clean!