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Review: Dropps Laundry Detergent

With two kids at daycamp and both of us working my laundry loads are insane.  I'm sure this is the same with every household full of kids.  I have stockpiles of laundry detergent that takes up a lot of storage space - wouldn't it be nice to save a lot of space for other freebie stockpiles?  How about reducing your carbon footprint too - well check out Dropps laundry detergent pacs as they have the solution for all you eco minded busy Moms who like to get those dirt stains out of your whites.

Dropps laundry detergent pacs contain an innovative formula with a split personality: tough on dirt, but easy on your favorite garments.  Instead of a typical detergent bottle filled with liquid Dropps have packaged their detergent into handy dandy power pacs because the detergent is 6x concentrated.  Most liquids are still at 2x or 3x concentrated.

I liked the Dropps pac as they reminded me of the dishwasher gel pacs or the Tide stain release gel pacs that I already have in my house. They are so easy to use no measuring and no spills - just throw one pac in for a regular load or 2 pacs for nextra heavy load.  Plus they are super light and small in size so less storage space required.  I love how they make a scent & Dye Free kind too as our family only use this. For those with babies, Dropps have one just for you.  Our wash came out clean and I feel great knowing that there will be one less detergent bottle on the landfill.

At Target, the first 90,000 packages on the shelf will have $2.00 instant redeemable coupon and you can download a $1.00 here and here too. I hope the coupon is a Target stackable coupon with the manufacture coupon as that would be a great saving.

Check here for a store locator.  I just found out my local Target, Whole Foods and Genuardi's carry it!
Or buy the Dropps Pacs online here.
2-load = $1
20 load pouch = $7
42 load pouch = $13.50
80 load = $24.00
While the cost comparison to regular detergent in a bottle is higher the price on the environment is certainly significantly lower for the Dropp Pacs - you do the math.

Disclaimer: I received a sample for review and this is written based on my own honest opinion (other people opinions may vary).


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