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Travelon Laundry Soap Sheets, 50-Count
- Dissolves in water
- 50 Biodegradable Sheets
- 3-1-1 Carry on Compliant
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Size: One Size | Color: Orange
Starch, Sodium Sulfate, Cocamidapropyl Betaine, Cocamide DEA, Glycerine, Water, Dimethicone, Mineral Oil, Parfum, Carbomer 940, Methylparaben, Propylparaben
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Top Customer Reviews
First, to use these soap leaves, have DRY HANDS. They do tell you that and they MEAN IT. Have a damp finger, and you will be picking up half the packet and destroying what's left. Second, apply the soap to a dampened garment, don't try to dissolve the soap in hot water in the sink. It is too small a leaf, even several leaves, to make a sudsy bath.
I didn't find it cleaned as a laundry soapall that well. I had brought a small TSA-friendly bottle of Dr. Bronner's Magic Soaps 18-in-1 Hemp Peppermint, as I can be allergic to shower gels or soaps the hotel may have. It turned out that the Dr. Bronners was better for laundry than these soap leaves, though I did appreciate that they don't spill. And the liquid soap worked well for body wash as well. My recommendation is to buy a TSA friendly size of liquid castile soap and use it for washing your laundry instead of this stuff.
ETA (Nov 2010): The above review was for the Laundry Soap Sheets.
I recently spent two weeks in London. The Laundry soap worked well, as usual. I was not so impressed with the Body Sheets. Perhaps if you're doing a "sponge bath" type thing, but in a shower I'd put three or four sheets on a washcloth and really didn't feel like it made much of a difference. Next time I think I'll take a dry cake of body soap instead. Body Wash Sheets would get a 2 star rating from me. (I just realized Amazon uses all the reviews for the Travelon products together; they're not separated out by product.)
As some of the reviewers have pointed out, you cannot touch the sheets with wet hands for obvious reasons. I don't find that to be a big problem. Pull them out in advance, or dry your hands with a towel. It accomplishes what is expected, and cleans thoroughly for lighter load. Socks smell clean and fresh the next day.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I took these sheets along to wash out undies during a trip. I have no idea if they work as they disappear in the water and may or may not contribute to cleaning. Read morePublished 11 days ago by Amazon Customer
Travel on shampoo is horrible, tried it once and my hair felt more discussing afterwards. As if someone ran chalk through my hair. The package also says it contains carcinogens!!! Read morePublished 13 days ago by Pika-pika
It is true that it takes more than one and you had better not have damp hands when you remove a sheet from the container, but they work. Read morePublished 14 days ago by Byron Marshall
These were better than nothing but not that great. There was not a lot of lathering. One major problem is you have to make sure your hands are dry when you go to pick one of the... Read morePublished 19 days ago by Teree
You have to use a lot of sheets to get a proper laundry time.Published 22 days ago by Claudia fernanda
Works and so convenient for those times when restrooms don't have soap.Published 22 days ago by Texasbelle
I'll repeat the review I wrote for Travelon's conditioner sheets--the shampoo sheets don't work either. Not at all. Read morePublished 26 days ago by Amazon Customer