This post, Cleancult: Laundry Day Made Better for You, was made possible with a box of laundry pods to review in our home. All opinions are my own.
Laundry is one of those things we all have to do.
Okay, maybe you are fortunate and have someone that does it for you.
That isn’t the case in my house.
Along with wanting to streamline things on laundry day, I also have another issue to address. Namely, I can’t stand all the fragrances you find in common laundry detergent.
What is Cleancult?
Cleancult is a subscription box that brings just enough laundry pods to your home each month.
Beyond the convenience of having a box arrive each month with what you need, Cleancut offers the most effective, non-toxic laundry pods on the market.
Snapshot of Cleancult 3 in 1 pods:
Made to clean, remove stains, and freshen your laundry
NO Chlorine, Dyes, Phosphates, and Masking Agents
Hypoallergenic (so great for sensitive skin)
My Thoughts on Cleancult
So far, I am quite impressed. I used it in our HE front loader at home and my husband has used them at the older top loading washer at the RV park.
The laundry is CLEAN. This is why I shunned some of the green laundry options in the past. They just didn’t seem to work.
My allergies are not going crazy from fragrances and other chemicals. My body is so sensitive that I can’t walk down the laundry aisle at the store without my allergic response going crazy.
And the pods are easy to use. Just pop one in and push start on my machine. No need to use multiple products, either.
With a pending move to a much smaller living space this year, I am thinking my traditional buy in bulk mentality won’t work for everything. Cleancult fixes that as you’ll have what you need when you need it. No need to find a spot for a huge container of detergent or box of pods.
I wish I’d snapped a picture of the box of laundry pods alongside the small detergent container. They take up a lot less space in our RV (which is my destined small living space for a while this year.)
Would YOU try Cleancult in your home?
Is laundry day a source of dread for you?