ECO NUTS®
Liquid Laundry Detergent

Do your laundry with Berries! Eco Nuts® are berries that grow on a tree and naturally contain soap.

How Do They Work? Watch Video Here!

 

  • Multiple Award Winning
  • 100% Natural & Safe
  • Great For Septic and Gray Water Systems
  • Eco Nuts Soap Nuts And Organic Cleaners Are Certified USDA Organic by Oregon Tilth
  • All Packaging Biodegradable or Recyclable
  • Nut Allergy Safe
  • Cloth Diaper Safe
  • Eco Nuts Laundry Products Are Compatible with High Efficiency Machines
  • No Fabric Softener Needed – Fluffs and Softens Naturally
  • Sterilized For consumer Protection

 

 

How Many Loads Will I Get?

Hand Wash – 240 Washes

HE cycle – 120 Washes

Regular Cycle – 60 Washes

See the dry nuts soap after 11 uses! Click here to watch

Ingredients:

Soapberry extract, vegetable glycerin, Potassium Sorbate (food grade preservative)

Eco Nuts Liquid Detergent contains no dyes, fragrances, fillers, enzymes or optical brighteners and is 100% SLS (sodium laurel sulfate)and phosphate-free.

We recommend this in particular if you have hard water, an HE (frontloading)  machine, or like to wash primarily on cold.

*When washing

cloth diapers, it is best to use Eco Nuts for all laundry due to residue left in the machine by other detergents.

 

Packaging

We strive with our packaging and products to have as little impact on the environment as possible, and that means no plastic in every instance it can be avoided. Whenever possible, we incorporate recycled, repurposed, sustainable and organic materials.

Every box of Eco Nuts purchased is one less plastic detergent bottle, making it into a landfill or using precious resources in order to recycle that plastic.

 

Why Aluminum?

The choice of recycled carboard for the Eco Nuts is obvious, but we reviewed and settled on aluminum to contain our liquid.

Aluminum can be recycled endless times – over and over again

It is more energy-efficient to recycle aluminum than ever before.

Aluminum can recycling saves 95% of the energy needed to make aluminum from bauxite ore. Energy savings in 1992 were enough to light a city the size of Pittsburgh for six years. (Can Manufacturers Institute 1993. The Great Aluminum Can Roundup.)

We want to promote and support the recycled aluminum industry in the United States. It conserves energy as well as supporting small towns that depend solely on the aluminum production plants. Without those plants, thousands of people would lose their jobs.