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Laundry Pillows have arrive

Posted by envirosuds on May 5, 2015 at 10:20 AM

Our Sindle Dose Water Soluble Laundry Pillows are now ready for the market. They are available in boxes of 154 pcs. We can fit 152 boxes per pallet, and you can add any quantity of individual boxes to your order.

We can also ship a single box anywhere in the continental USA for a flat rate.

Product Highlights:

 154 Pillows™ per Box

 152 Boxes per Pallet

 Our label, Private Label, and generic options available

 ONLY 7 lbs. per BOX

 7X Concentrated

 Package and Detergent are Biodegradable

 Safe for Septic systems

 For HE and regular laundry machines

 Work in soft and hard water

Usage: One Pillow for a large load


Laundry Pillows Arrival

Posted by envirosuds on March 2, 2015 at 8:20 AM

A quick up date on our Laundry Pods!

They are in production and will hit the market by the end of March. If you are a current customer, please consider adding them to your offer. The product will be available as follows:

  • Boxes of 155 pods labeled as "Loads" for our fundraising campaigns
  • Boxes of 155 pods not labeled for re-sellers that require the use of their own labels
  • Boxes of 155 pods private labeled (call us for details)
  • Boxes of 6 recyclable bags containing 20 pods each for retail

If you have a special request other than what is offered, we are ready to work wiht you

Contact us at: 630-540-2113

Laundry Pillows

Posted by envirosuds on February 13, 2015 at 8:30 AM

EnviroSuds and Loadsfundraising introduce our new Laundry Single Dose Units in water soluble film. Here are some features and benefits:

  • Biodegradable formula components
  • Biodegradable film
  • Compostable, recyclable or recyclable bags

All of the above leading to zero residue to the environment and decrease carbon emissions into the environment, and best of all, affordably priced

OxyHelp and Oxygen based Stain Remover:

Posted by envirosuds on January 7, 2015 at 7:30 AM

People have been using chlorine bleach in their laundries since the end of the 18th century. While these products work very well in whitening clothes, chlorine bleaches do have a negative effect upon the environment because of their chemistry. Care must be taken in using chlorine bleach as it is toxic to humans, animals, and plants. Also, we all have experienced destroying a colored article of clothing because chlorine bleach was accidentally spilled on it.


Oxygen based Stain Remover is a safe and effective alternative to chlorine based products, and it can be used in many applications in and around the home. It is based on sodium percarbonate, which uses oxygen for de-staining and deodorizing. Oxygen based Stain Remover is safe to use at all temperatures, on most washable fabrics, and all colors, in hard or soft water, and is compatible with other household cleaners. It produces no harmful by-products, which negatively affect the environment. Unlike chlorine bleach, which can merely cover up a stain (de-staining it), Oxygen based Stain Remover attacks, breaks down and disperses or solubilizes organic stains to totally remove them from the garment.


Use Instructions




 In the laundry Oxygen based Stain Remover is used to de-stain, deodorize, and clean. It is very effective as a laundry presoak for heavily stained articles. For light soils add 1 ounce of Oxygen based Stain Remover with your laundry detergent per load. For moderate soils use 2 ounces and for heavily soiled articles use 4 ounces.

 To whiten and deodorize diapers add 4-6 ounces of Oxygen based Stain Remover into the soak cycle. Soak in hot water for at least 30 minutes, or overnight, then complete wash cycle.

 For whitening old linens and yellowed window shears, deodorizing and cleaning tennis shoes, or to get rid of yellow armpit stains on shirts: soak in 2 ounces of Oxygen based Stain Remover per gallon of water for at least one hour, or overnight, then rinse.

 For normal use in laundry ½ oz of Oxygen based Stain Remover can be added with the detergent in warm or hot water as a booster to remove odors and minimum stains


General Cleaning:


 Oxygen based Stain Remover can be used for general cleaning application. A solution prepared with 2 oz of the product in ½ gallon of hot water will be suitable to remove wine stains from carpets, blood stains, tomato sauce based stains, etc.


CAUTION! Do not mix this product with chlorine or chlorine or bromine based products or any other bleach


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Proper Storage Conditions for Laundry Detergents:

Posted by envirosuds on January 6, 2015 at 4:30 PM

Laundry detergents are generally manufactured in three physical states, solid, paste and liquid. The liquid formulations are produced in different viscosity depending on the application. Below we will discuss the proper storage conditions of our detergents, based on their chemical composition.


Powder detergent:


It must be stored in a dry environment, since moisture will make the product cake (harden). When the product is hard, it will not dissolve as easy, it will plug the dispensers of the laundry machines and chemical reactions will make the product deteriorate.


Our powder detergent contains sodium percarbonate to help the stain removal process. This chemical is not stable when moist and will decompose overtime in a moist environment.



Low temperatures do not affect the powder detergent much, but as the product contains a minute amount of moisture and a liquid detergent absorbed into the other ingredient, exposure to very low temperatures for a period of time may result in hardening of the product. This process will not affect the functionality of the detergent.


High temperatures may produce the product to lose oxygen, which will render it less effective to remove stains


Recommendations: Store the product in a dry place at room temperature (or in the range of 50F to 80F)


Liquid detergents:

Liquid detergent formulations are very sensitive to heat. Moisture is not a concern in this case. There are several effects that the temperature will have on the liquid formulations. To understand these effects is necessary to know that liquid detergents are not true solutions, the products are emulsified, in the form of small micelles or coupled with each other by the use of hydrotropes.


In addition to these issues in some cases it is preferred to thicken the detergent systems for consumer appeal. Thickening is achieved by the use of salts or carboses (or similar products).


Without getting in-dept in the subject it is important to mention that in laundry detergent formulations usually a mixture of anionic and non-ionic detergents are used to achieve better cleaning. These detergents separate from the system over or under a temperature called cloud point.


Exposure of liquid detergents to very low temperature produces freezing, several cycles of freezing and thawing will destabilize the system producing separation of the components, precipitation or loss of viscosity.


Exposure to high temperatures will produce similar effects, loss of viscosity and separation of the components and possible precipitation.


Liquid detergents are also more prone to microbial contamination, if left open, than powder detergents.


Recommendations: Store the product in a dry place at room temperature (or in the range of 50F to 80F)


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