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- BIPOC Owned
- Women Owned
- Plastic Minimal
- Recyclable Packaging
- Carbon Minimal
- Zero Waste Product
Remove a sheet from the packet and tear the sheet in half. Each half of a strip is meant for one regular-sized load of laundry, so add a portion of or a full second strip for larger loads and use only half a strip for smaller loads or hand-washing. Tear the strip into smaller pieces and scatter them throughout the laundry load, directly in the drum of the washer.
Good news! This packaging is 100% curbside recyclable and compostable.
These are general guidelines for broadly-recyclable materials. Check with your local recycler to confirm what they take.
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Good Juju founders Lisa and Alexa are friends, moms, and climate nerds who have spent years working in the natural health industry—witnessing firsthand the power that pure, natural ingredients have on people's health. They also learned about the negative impact single-use plastics have on our bodies, the environment, and the future of our planet. The two founded Good Juju to help Clean Your Routine and remove single-use plastics from consumers' daily routines, because every seemingly small action creates a ripple effect in the world. Through their plastic-free body and home products, Good Juju is on a mission to prevent 50 million plastic bottles from entering the waste stream by 2030.Shop Brand
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What People Are Saying
Bought this for traveling and tried it first at home. Easy to use, cleans well and leaves no residue.
Works just like regular detergent
I find the sheets to be very convenient. The end result as far as cleanliness is the same as the name brand detergents I've used all my life. I do appreciate that I'm helping the environment and not sacrificing quality. Also not dragging an extra large jug from the store is a plus as well. Cheers
Did not dissolve in wash even after pre-soak
I really wanted to love this but even after a 1/2 hour pre-soak then full wash/rinse in hot water apparently this (half) sheet did not dissolve. Stuck all over my sweater still in the dryer in more or less the same sheet form it went into the washer as.