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Mom's Guide 2016: The 6 Best Baby-Safe Laundry Detergents

Find out why not all laundry detergent is suitable for babies, and see our picks for the best laundry detergents to wash your baby's clothes and diapers!

from Bren Did

Natural Homemade Laundry Detergent

Get the chemical off of your babies skin! Use non-toxic, DIY fabric laundry detergent. BORAX FREE! All natural, non-toxic laundry detergent with no borax. Recipe makes 11.43 lbs (183 oz.) for $20.75 or 320 loads at $0.06 per load! It rates an “A” on the Environmental Working Group (EWG) scale, so you can feel good about using it in your home.


You can help protect your baby's skin by laundering his clothes with detergent containing just the most basic ingredients. That means without questionable additives like sodium laurel sulfate (which shows up even in many baby detergents) or other possible irritants. Plus, making your own dete


homemade baby laundry detergent. DANG IT! I wish I would have seen this sooner so I knew about the baby Purex Crystals. Then the whole batch I made would have been safe for baby. Oh well, just make more I guess.

from Dwelling In Happiness

Chemical-Free Liquid Laundry Detergent

MYO Laundry Detergent-- Borax Free

from Clean Mama

DIY Laundry Scent Booster

Skip the artificial scents and high prices and make your own naturally scented Laundry Scent Booster - Clean Mama


When I first started cloth diapering I decided on using Charlie’s Soap which worked very well. But, I wanted to get away from buying laundry detergent and make my own. So, I did some research…

from Coupon Closet

How to Make Homemade Laundry Detergent for HE Washers

How to Make Homemade Baby Laundry Detergent that even works in HE Washers. This recipe is super easy to make, smells amazing and is perfect for anyone with sensitive skin!

from Herbs & Oils Remedies

How To Use Castile Soap to replace 15 Household Products

Castile soap is an organic, environmentally friendly, vegetable oil-based soap. It gets its name from the Castile region of Spain where it was first used .