For long-term travelers (i.e. backpackers or cruisers), there inevitably comes a time when all your clean clothes have been worn and a trip to the laundromat is in order. But if you’re exploring the wild or stuck in a location where laundry facilities are miles and miles away, or if you’re simply looking for a laundry detergent alternative that doesn’t come in a bulky plastic bottle, Ethique World has a product that can serve multiple cleaning needs.
The laundry bar is completely composed of biodegradable ingredients such as pure essential oils and white Kaolin clay, which can help remove oil and dirt from skin and fabrics. The materials also make this bar plastic-free (packaged in recyclable material), vegan, cruelty-free and sustainable.
The Ethique Flash Laundry bar and stain stick is a 3.8-ounce block with powerful cleaning and stain-removing capabilities. The bar can be used at home to wash your hands or even dishes. If you want to get the most out of the bar, cut it up into smaller blocks and use each block for a different washing need.
Ethique’s Flash laundry bar can be purchased on the Ethique website for $9 and shipped around the world from the company’s base in New Zealand.
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