The Laundress Baby Detergent and Dreft Laundry Detergent may be a little pricey for most mothers. But these products are known for their magic in washing baby clothes. There’s a reason why these detergents are expensive. They are not your average baby detergents. Both of these brands are specially formulated for baby clothes and special fabrics.
The Laundress Baby Detergent may not be a household name but it is an amazing detergent. The Laundress is a New York based company manufacturing specialty detergents, fabric care, and home cleaning solutions. Its founders have an educational background in Fiber Science and have worked for renowned designers.
The Laundress Baby Detergent is specially formulated for baby clothes and special fabrics. It has a mild cleaning formula that can effectively remove stains without destroying the fabric or harming your baby’s skin. I first saw this product online and I thought it was a great alternative to Dreft.
The Laundress Baby Detergent is no different from Dreft. Dreft Laundry Detergent has been a favorite of most moms due to its amazing scent. It leaves baby clothes smelling fresh, clean and very comfortable to wear for your baby. It is hypoallergenic and proven safe even on the most sensitive baby skin.
Compared to regular detergents, these products leave clothes so soft and fragrant. Some clothes may not need ironing anymore. You can save a few bucks on fabric softeners since clothes are already comfortable to wear.
Laundress and Dreft’s formula are perfect to use on special fabrics like wool, satin, silk, and others. These detergents do not have strong cleaning ingredients as regular detergents do. Nevertheless, always read the instructions on the clothes’ label first before washing them.
The Laundress and Dreft are certainly worth a try. Then again, if you want something more practical yet work similarly as these two, Ivory Snow, ALL Free and Clear, and Purex Baby are some of the affordable baby detergent products you can try.
Also, do not use these products if your baby is allergic to perfumes. Both brands have high levels of perfumes and other chemicals like brighteners, stain fighting agents, and enzymes.
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