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Maggie's Soap Nuts. (1 Kilo, 200-400+ Loads) 100% Natural Laundry Soap. Grows on TreesTM. Very Best Quality. America's Premier Supplier. Wild Harvested! Processed with NO Chemicals or Preservatives.


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  • 100% Biodegradable. Hypoallergenic.
  • Great for Sensitive Skin. Fragrance Free.
  • Ideal for Silk and Wool.
  • Brightens Colors. Natural Fabric Softener.
  • Low Sudsing. Ideal for HE (high-efficiency) machines.

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 2.5 pounds
  • ASIN: B00158N0R6
  • Item model number: Our Most Popular Package
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (37 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #876,197 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
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Product Description

Maggie's Soap Nuts are the first truly natural cleaner - the only laundry soap that grows on trees! Truly effective, 100% natural and safe for your most sensitive skin. Soap Nuts are the dried fruit of the Soapberry tree. They contain saponin, a natural cleaner used for thousands of years to clean clothes, proven effective in Chinese and Ayurvedic traditions. Tested by humans on humans for at least 5000 years. Simply put 5 Soap Nuts into the included cotton sack and drop it in your laundry. Reuse up to 5 times. Your clothes come out clean, vibrant, and soft. Replace your laboratory detergents and softeners with the soap made from Nature by Nature. Your clothes, your skin, your family, and your planet will thank you. Ingredients: dried fruit of the Soapberry tree. Also contains: one cotton wash sack and full instructions for washing 200 to 400 loads of laundry.

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We love Maggie's Soap Nuts!
Pathwalker
I have sensitive skin with some eczema and have to be very careful with laundry detergents - these are the best!
Jen
They leave the clothes smelling clean and fresh.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Orgainc mama-san on April 12, 2008
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The soap-nuts are as good as it states. It works well and I will not go back to liquid detergents or other natural laundry detergents. I have skin allergies with many things but I haven't had any problems with these nuts. I am sorry I had not discovered the soap-nuts earlier. I have used non-petro-chemical detergents for almost 30 years but never knew about soap-nuts until I saw it on Amazon. Thanks Amazon! Just want to point out that I don't use the dried soap-nuts into the wash as it states.Rather, pre-soak the nuts in some water in a large jar. I don't soak all the nuts at once but add to the jar as I use up the old. I use some of the liquid along with the nuts.I can normally do 3 large loads with 4-5 soaked soap-nuts and some of the liquids. The liquid will be light brown but does not stain clothes. It is the color of the nuts. I love this stuff. If you don't pre-soak your nuts as I do, you can throw some nuts into the little cotten bag provided and use a little hot water in your wash to start the activation process. Remember that the nuts are dried so it needs pretty warm to hot water to activate the soap. I leave the bagged nuts through wash and rinse cycle.If the little bag of nuts goes into the dryer accidently after the rinse cycle, don't worry, the nuts just gets dried up in the dryer but does not harm anything, just throw away the parched nuts. This is all natural and you can't hurt it but keep away from chidren. ENJOY!
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Mr. Peter Hunt on September 26, 2009
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I used 2 in my first wash and they made a right mess of my clothes. I called the company left a message, but heard nothing back. I am going back to Bodhi Soap Nuts. Sadly I ordered these because Bodhi Soap Nuts were out of stock. I have been using soap nuts for 2 years and have never had any problems until now.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By suzeya on May 9, 2008
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I've replaced all conventional detergents in my house over three years ago and thought I was doing a good job "being green." Then I read how you also have to factor in "food miles" and "carbon imprint" or how much energy and fuel goes into manufacturing and shipping your products around the world. Ok, so now instead of buying detergents which are mostly water and heavy, I am buying one bag of soap nuts which is the purest form and concentrated. And this bag is supposed to last for 200 loads!

Plus soapnuts are a sustainable and natural resource-- they grow like crazy and each tree produces hundreds of pounds of soapnuts. There are no added fillers or dyes or chemicals and it is completely safe for our water systems.

I have used another brand of soapnuts and they were not as good. Maggie's soapnuts are very soapy and moist--like a fig or date. They do a great job at cleaning everything in the wash. I haven't tried it as a shampoo or regular household cleaner but I'm sure it will do a fantastic job, based on what I've seen in the wash.

One word of caution-- separate your whites and darks. Even if you use cold water, the soapnuts do too good of a job. Wash your jeans inside out to prevent dye leakage.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Sheila Shepardson on May 15, 2008
I have been using soap nuts for several months because of chemical allergies, they take up small amounts of space; and, best of all, they work! I had tried a small amount first because I wanted to be sure that they did what they said they did. Then I ordered the larger amount. I was making my own laundry detergent, using white vinegar for softner and needing to always use a second rinse. Now that is not necessary. I have noted that each load seemed to get my clothes cleaner and softer. An added benefit is that I save the soap nuts and put them in a jar with water and it gives me a wonderful cleaning solution. I use tea tree oil in every laundry load I do for disinfecting and so I feel the soap nuts have been disinfected even though used. I have found that I do not need to make up most of my cleaning supplies with using this product. It cleans windows and mirrors, fronts of dishwashers, etc with a wonderful shine; just be sure to wipe completely dry and polish. I have been using it on my old fiberglass tub after showering and it leaves a nice shine. I just spray and use a long handled mop to spread it around and then rinse. I had tried everything on this tub (we bought our mobile home used and nothing took off the stuff that was on it until now)....so...Maggies soap nuts are the best! I cannot have enough of them....what are you waiting for?? try some. experiment with the liquid, etc.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By B. Cook on March 24, 2008
I've been using these in place of laundry detergent for several months and love them. Our clothes come out clean, soft & fresh smelling and I like knowing my family doesn't have all those chemicals on their skin. It's also nice to know I'm not harming the environment. Now if I could just find the same thing for my dishwasher!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Dean Robinson VINE VOICE on July 15, 2009
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I really do try to support products that are good for the environment. And Maggie's Soap Nuts I'm sure are excellent for the environment.

That being said, after using Maggie's for about 3 months, I have noticed our clothes are becoming dingy; it is especially noticeable with the whites. They still feel soft and smell clean. I will continue to use Maggie's Soap Nuts but will occasionally resort to using something to brighten our colors and whites.

I just want to be honest about the product I'm reviewing and not tell people it's just as good as a regular detergent for keeping whites and colors bright. Is it worth it to use Maggie's 95% of the time and resort to another product to brighten colors and whites? You bet.
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