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Charlie's Soap is environmentally friendly to all land, air and marine life, when used as directed, because it contains only the purest natural ingredients. Charlie's Soap contains no lye, phosphates, bleach, brighteners, dyes, softeners, petroleum, perfumes, or other fillers. Other detergents use lots of additives that stick to the fibers in your clothes (and washer) that make them appear clean and smell fresh. The residue of these additives can irritate delicate skin and wear out your clothes. But Charlie's Soap cleans all the way to the fibers and rinses clean. There's no residue to stiffen the fabric, so no softeners are usually needed. Charlie's Soap restores the natural softness to cotton, microfibers, and silk and is the perfect choice for laundering cloth diapers.  

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review by . May 16, 2010
posted in Eco-Babyz
My laundry loves Charlie's Soap!
Do you think you need to use harsh chemical detergents to get your clothes clean? Think again. Charlie's Soap completely shatters that myth. The truth is, most conventional detergents do not clean your clothes - instead they use brighteners and additives to make it appear clean. Isn't that gross? I think so. I don't want any chemicals on the clothing I wear, let alone my baby's clothes. Charlie's Soap sent us their Laundry Powder and All-Purpose Cleaner for review and here are all the reasons why …
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