Sodium carbonate sourced from the Green River Basin in Wyoming, sodium bicarbonate, magnesium sulfate (heptahydrate), and unrefined sea salt.
Molly’s Suds is a Trusted Source for laundry products with strict ingredient integrity and disclosure of ALL ingredients. We promise that we will never knowingly formulate with any of the following ingredients:
- Synthetic Fragrance, Dyes, Optical Brighteners, Synthetic Nonylphenol Ethoxylates, Petrochemicals, Phosphates, Chlorine, Known Carcinogens, Sodium Lauryl Sulfate (SLS), Sodium Laureth Sulfate (SLES), Phthalates, Parabens
Additional Uses and Tips:
This concentrated formula gives our laundry powder the power to remove even tough stains. For pretreatment, wet the stained garment with cool water, rinsing from the inside out to push the stain back out of the fibers. Sprinkle the Laundry Powder over the stain to form a paste, gently brushing into the stain. Allow to sit for up to an hour before rinsing and washing as normal.
Where are the bubbles?
Our Laundry Powder is low-sudsing. This makes it safe for both standard and HE machines — but it can also seem odd when you look into your washer there is hardly a bubble to be found! How is it going to clean the clothes?
The idea that suds are needed to get an effective clean is a myth. It’s actually the right amount of water and agitation that do most of the work! Excess suds in the wash can actually have the reverse effect, preventing the soap from doing its job by creating a foam barrier around the clothing. This leaves a soap residue on the fabrics and doesn’t clean the garment. Suds also inhibit your HE machine from properly sensing the load, causing incomplete rinse cycles, extra wear and tear on expensive parts.
Molly’s Suds Laundry Powder doesn’t contain any chemical-based sudsing agents. We choose to use pure, natural ingredients that have minimal suds. So, if you peek into your washer and worry about the lack of bubbles, rest assured that this is a sign of an effective, natural, safer clean.
I’ve got residue on my dark clothing!
If you’re experiencing white residue on your laundry, don’t worry — it’s not the powder that’s the problem, it’s the water. Residue occurs for one of two reasons.
First, you may need to turn up the temp of your water a bit. Very cold water sometimes can’t fully dissolve the laundry powder, which results in a poor wash and white residue. In general, we recommend that you always launder clothing in warm or hot water, but this is especially true when you’re using our Laundry Powder. If your garment care instructions recommend cold water, choose our Liquid Laundry Detergent or All Sport Laundry Wash instead.
The second possible reason for residue is that you have particularly hard water. This is easy to overcome. Add a splash of white vinegar to the washer drum. This will help balance the water PH and ensure a thorough clean without the residue.