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20 Mule Team Borax Laundry Booster, 65 Ounce (Pack of 6)
- For both standard and high effeciency machines
- Improves cleaning power of detergent
- Naturally softens hard water
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Style Name: Laundry Booster | Size: 65-Oz
From the Manufacturer
What on Earth is 20 Mule Team Borax?
20 Mule Team Borax is an amazing, all-natural mineral found in all corners of the globe, and is used to help with cleaning, laundry, garden work, DIY crafting, and more! As a detergent booster, 20 Mule Team Borax acts by raising pH levels of water closer to neutral. In other words, Borax softens water.
Add to every load along with your regular detergent to improve the cleaning power of detergent, help remove tough stains, and deodorize and freshen.
Kitchen Cleaner and Deodorizer
Sprinkle 20 Mule Team Borax on a damp sponge or cloth and wipe on counters and appliances. It removes grease and grime and makes dishes sparkling clean.
Bathroom Cleaner and Deodorizer
Sprinkle 20 Mule Team Borax on a damp sponge or cloth and wipe on shower/tub/tile. It cleans without chemical fumes or scratching (great for porcelain and fiberglass).
For All Machines Including HE
20 Mule Team Borax works great in both standard and HE washing machines for improved cleaning power in every wash.
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Top Customer Reviews
Making your own dishwasher detergent takes about 5 minutes and costs half of what you are paying now. Fabric softener...I can make it for about a buck a gallon and it works better than Downy...I find my towels have better absorbency. My biggest thrill has been making my own laundry soap...I can make TEN GALLONS for about $3.00!!!! I find it works just as well as Tide or Wisk, the brands I had been using. Now I make my ten gallons and give some away to family and friends and I am a superstar! I bought this in bulk so that I can make up ten gallon batches for my local food bank...people without jobs need to clean their clothes as well as eat and this can cut down on their living expenses dramatically.
I highly recommend you do a search of YOUTUBE for instructions...like me, you will be hooked.
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Lesson I learned the HARD way after finding a crack in my foundation leaking behind the drywall in my laundry room. After MUCH research and testing I learned: Borax KILLS MOLD/MILDEW PERMANENTLY on porous surfaces, bleach does not.
It work like this: The mold you actually see on drywall, wood, or partical board are just mold/fungus leaves or tentacles sent out by the root. The root is almost always behind the or somewhere inside the wood/paper products. Imagine an upside down plant and you can only see the tips of the leaves - that is how mold works. Great in nature, dangerous in home environments with air recycling and not ventilated.
BLEACH will kill the tips of the leaves that you see (temporarily) on porous surfaces, but the remaining water in the bleach actually travels to feed the mold root ball! Mold/fungal roots need water to grow - bleach assists them. Bleach is 97% water - so it kills the mold you see but not the mold "fungal ball" so the mold will keep growing back. Bleach will kill mold on non-porous surfaces - but I've never seen mold on non-porous surfaces! Mold/mildew/fungus - all the same - they feed anything made of paper, wood, particle board (ground up wood) and prosper if provided any source of water.
BORAX mixed with warm water is absorbed by the fungal mold ball and then crystallizes, killing the mold ball/roots permanently. Mold will not grow back.
Please test it with both Borax and bleach if you have doubts. I did, and am a Borax fan. No need for expensive harmful chemicals. Really, try it - let me know what you discover.
Borax (also known as sodium borate) is a naturally-occurring mineral found in soil, plants, and even our own bodies. Although I use Borax in my laundry, Borax has a plothera of other uses:
1. Clean Tubs and Showers. Sprinkle some borax on a sponge or damp cloth–like you would a powdered cleaner such as Ajax–and scrub tubs and showers. When you’re done, thoroughly rinse every surface with water.
2. Clean Brushes and Combs. Fill your bathroom sink with warm water, add 1/4 cup of borax and a squirt of dish soap, and stir it up with your brush and/or combs. Then let them sit in the mixture for 30 minutes before rinsing.
3. Clean Toilets. To clean toilets, simply pour one cup of borax into the water, stir it up, then let it sit overnight. The next day, scrub it with a brush and your toilet will be sparkling clean.
4. Unclog Toilets. Scoop as much water as you can out of the toilet, then add 1/2 cup of borax. Let it sit for at least 10 minutes, then add 2 cups of boiling water and flush. Repeat as necessary.
5. Unclog Drains. Use a funnel to pour 1/2 cup of borax down the drain, then slowly add 2 cups of boiling water. Let it sit for at least 10 minutes, then flush it out with hot water. Repeat as necessary for tough clogs.
6. Clean Sinks and Counters. Put 1 tablespoon of borax and 2 tablespoons of vinegar in a spray bottle, then fill it up with hot water and add a few drops of dish soap. This makes a great all-purpose cleaner.
7. Clean the Fridge.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I use this to increase my pools PH while not raising anything else. Personally I love it.Published 11 days ago by Mountain Man Jack
Gets laundry cleaner than with detergent alone. Even though this product has been around for years, sometimes I have trouble finding it - either a store has quit carrying it or... Read morePublished 15 days ago by Niteowl
Excellent product for the price, it's swell for what I need and like. I was very happy with it. Plus shipping was fast.Published 25 days ago by French Quarter
This is very effective for termites but takes a long time to die. Great in laundry but I will buy in Walmart next time coz its a lot cheaper.Published 1 month ago by tjcn2588