Travelon Toiletry Sheets, - 02091
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- 2.75" high
- 0.5" wide
- Dissolves in water
- 50 Biodegradable Sheets
- 3-1-1 Carry on Compliant
- Made in China
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Dissolves in water 50 biodegradable sheets per container (100 sheets total) 3-1-1 carry-on compliant Easier to carry than a bar of soap. These paper-thin toiletry sheets dissolve almost instantly in water, giving you a handful of cleansing suds anywhere. TSA compliant and biodegradable, the palm-size container holds 50 sheets. Material: Biodegradable Sheets Size: 2.75 x 2 x 0.5 Size Open: 2.75 x 2 x 0.5
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 love the idea! That being said, count on cleaning one small clothing item per "sheet". Great alternative for traveling light and not having a laundromat nearby. Read morePublished 1 day ago by N. Smith
I used these on a two week trip in Europe and they were perfect for washing a few necessities in the bathroom sink of hotels when a laundry service or laundromat wasn't an option. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Shannopin
These were terrible. They didn't dissolve evenly but would clump up in one spot.Published 5 days ago by mda
This seemed like a great idea for travel, and for some people it may be. But, be aware that you need to take one or two sheets out BEFORE you get into the shower. Read morePublished 10 days ago by Robin G.
Very Handy for traveling, swim suit washing after pool time.Published 11 days ago by Diana M. Goffe
This stuff is awesome. I take it everywhere! We travel a lot and it's perfect for all sorts of reasons! Read morePublished 15 days ago by Mia Bauer