Game Changing Natural Laundry Detergent Sheets

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Loving these new zero waste natural laundry detergent sheets I just discovered! They work just as well — or better — than liquid or pods, both of which contain water. Liquid laundry detergents are about 90% water, which makes them heavy to transport and gives them a higher carbon footprint.

Now that laundry can be done with a sheet, there’s no need to lug home a plastic bottle. Clothes get clean, plastic gets saved, and greenhouse gases are reduced. Win win win!

Want to find out more about how to get clean clothes with less impact? Read on!


But it can’t just be about the environment, right? With three kids, one dog, and a gecko, I have to be totally sure that my sustainable cleaners really work — more on that is here — and my natural laundry detergent really gets clothes clean.

Both of my kids (and the gecko) were home from college this summer, so I used that time to put one brand — Earth Breeze, which sponsored this post — to the test. I tried the sheets for a month before confirming what I had hoped: it really works to get clothes clean!


And it works for the Earth. Since launch, Earth Breeze has saved 750,000+ plastic detergent jugs and kept 500,000+ pounds of plastic out of landfills and our oceans. They also go the extra mile by planting trees — 14,000+ in the past year alone — and donating product with every purchase. 


All ingredients in Earth Breeze natural laundry detergent sheets are cruelty-free and vegan, graywater/septic-friendly, and hypoallergenic. I checked them out with the Environmental Working Group, which is my go-to for ingredient information, and the ingredients rate safe except… da da da duh… “fragrance.” I don’t know what’s in the “fresh scent” fragrance but it’s pretty strong — I’d go with “unscented” until the company discloses this ingredient. Here’s more about why the word fragrance is a red flag for me.


I used Earth Breeze natural laundry detergent sheets just like any other environmentally friendly detergent (for more on what that means to me, please click here).

For full loads, I simply dropped one sheet into the drum of my washing machine and ran the load on cold to help further reduce carbon emissions (studies show that warm water doesn’t make any difference, when it comes to getting clothes clean). For medium to small loads, I ripped a sheet in half and did the same.

You can also fold the sheet up and put it in the detergent dispenser, if that floats your boat.

For hand washing, I placed a quarter of a sheet in a sink full of water and swished it around to dissolve before dropping in the clothes. It worked great!


You can’t buy Earth Breeze in stores but the product ships for free in a compostable paper envelope — and the company offsets all operations so your carbon is covered. In my (limited) research, I found it to be the least expensive of the natural laundry detergent sheets on the market — especially if you subscribe.

Here’s another way to save money in the laundry: Don’t use dryer sheets, which pollute the air and can cause allergies.

Click here to learn more about Earth Breeze! Have you tried it? Do you love it? Is there another natural laundry detergent sheet that you like? Please let me know about it in comments below!


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