Ecofriendly Laundry Detergent


Do you know Magnesium pellets are powerful cleaning pellets which activate in the water and are proven to gently lift away dirt. This has transformed my laundry routine. I no longer have to buy laundry detergent. I get clean clothes without having to buy detergent. I still treat stains before washing, and I have had great results. The Magnesium pellets satisfies my desire to streamline my laundry routine and use an eco-friendly product. Love it! They’re great, wonderful for sensitive and baby skin. Wash Magnesium pellets lasts the average family of four for 1 year. All my clothes are just as clean as they were with toxic cleaning supplies I had been using. It works for both soft and hard water , plus cold and hot water.

How to use:
– packed magnesium pellets in the cotton or linen bag. 50g pellets work for laundry load up to 8kg.

– Place packed Magnesium pellets into washing machine with laundry.
– After finishing the washing cycle, hang up them to air dry.

Japan only!

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Comments

  1. Helene says:

    Hello!
    Many thanks for your great blog which I used often to try to implement a zero waste lifestyle in Japan (not easy :()
    I have been using the magnesium pellet for a few months now and while I am overall very satisfied with the smell etc. I have noticed my white clothing and towels are starting to be a bit yellowish and not washing so well (sweat marks in collars etc.). Do you have a technic to make them whiter again?
    Thank you!

    • zerowaste.japan says:

      I recommend boiling your whites clothes with grated soap, turning up the heat until the water bubbles and then letting them soak for about a few hours:)

      • Helene says:

        Thank you for tip 🙂 What is Japan equivalent of Marseille soap? ie a natural and eco friendly soap with no chemicals? What do you use yourself?
        Thank you!

  2. Chloe says:

    Hi, do you think any 99%+ pure magnesium pellets would work? Or if you need pellets specifically formulated for laundry use? Many thanks for all the zero waste tips!