Eco Nuts "As Seen on Shark Tank" Organic Laundry Detergent (100 Loads)
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- Dried de-seeded soap berries from trees that grow in the Himalayas
- Use as a detergent and softener, or can be used with your existing detergent just as a fabric softener.
- Cruelty Free
- USDA certified organic
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These odd looking “nuts” are actually dried berries from a tree that grows in the Himalayas. When agitated in water, they produce a naturally occuring surfactant called saponin, which gently cleanses laundry – an option for those sensitive to conventional laundry detergents. Simply place 4-5 Eco Nuts in the provided cloth bag and toss in the washer with your clothes – they suds up naturally and act as a natural fabric softener in the rinse cycle. Clothes come out smelling fresh and clean and super soft. Berries can be re-used up to 10 times making them a super-affordable option. Use as a 2-in-one detergent and softener, or use with your existing detergent just as a fabric softener. Multiple Award winning and certified USDA Organic by Oregon Tilth. As Seen on Shark Tank.
While Eco Nuts has been a terrific solution for many customers with skin allergies and other conditions, people who have many allergies or compromised immune systems should always take proper precautions and do a patch test before using this product as you would with any other detergent. Not for human consumption. Choking hazard.
Dried berry shells from the sapindus mukorossi (soapberry) tree, 2 wash bags, instructions.
Simple Directions: place 4-5 Eco Nuts in wash bag provided and toss in washer. Leave in through the rinse cycle. Re-use until they start to disintegrate (at least 10 times) and it is time to replace. Great for HE or normal washers. Gentle on delicate fabrics and colors. Ideal for sensitive skin. Try these and you'll be an Eco-Nut too!
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On my next laundry day, I tried using different machine speeds, water temp, etc. to see if somewhere I would get the 10 loads per bag. No dice, the results were pretty much the same no matter how I washed. So of course, that raised the question: If I do not get the 10 loads per bag, then how am I going to get 360 loads?
So the next logical thing to do was to do the math and see just exactly how many loads I CAN get. So I emptied the box and very carefully started counting, including the ones I had already used (and yes, I counted the halves: 2 halves = 1 berry). The results were pretty upsetting. There were exactly 130 berries total that arrived in the box. This is simple math and here are my findings:
AT BEST, even if I were to get 10 loads per bag and use 4-5 berries, I find I am still shorted by 35-100 loads:
130 divided x 4 berries = 32.5 bags. 32.5 bags x 10 loads = 325 loads.
130 divided by 5 berries = 26 bags. 26 bags x 10 loads = 260 loads total per box.
AND NOW THE REAL NUMBERS:
130 total berries divided x 4 berries per bag = 32.5 bags. 32.5 x 7 (just to be generous) loads = 227.5 total loads.
130 divided x 5 berries = 26 bags. 26 bags x 7 loads = 182 total loads.
I can see maybe a 10 load difference from the claimed 360 loads, but a 35 (minimum) to 178+ load difference? This is a HUGE difference! If I am told I will get 360 loads and that is what I PAID FOR, I EXPECT MY 360 loads! I am a very disappointed new soap nut user! It did SEEM like a great deal. I have been doing more reading now because I do love the soap nuts. I think they work great and love how my laundry smells and feels! They are still economical even when using the loads most other brands claim. I feel kind of foolish. I think of myself as a pretty smart shopper. I am as mad at myself as much as these ECO NUTS!
Who would have thought? Do NOT trust just what a LABEL SAYS!
THESE are going BACK! THIS girl is no fool!
I'm kicking myself! I'm usually SO very careful about buying online. The last thing I want is the hassle of a return. I saw "100 LOADS", good reviews, and what looked like a good price - so I ordered them.
Well...this is a TINY little box with VERY few soap nuts! There's about HALF as many as expected based on all others I've bought. If I use 4 or 5 in the wash bag as instructed, that means I'll have to get OVER 11 WASHES from each wash bag to get 100 loads out of these! They never last that long. I estimate there's enough for maybe 50 or 60 loads - at most!
The soap nuts look similar to the brand I've been using, so no issue with their quality (hence why two stars). It upsets me that I (the savvy shopper) fell for this. I imagine many would. In hindsight, I've read that you should never buy soap nuts based upon loads. I just learned "why" the hard way! I guess if you had no prior experience, you wouldn't know any better.
So, now I have to hassle with a return. Errrr...!!! I hate to, it's not much money, but it's a matter of principle to me.
Hopefully, my review will help others make a smarter choice.
I noticed that Econuts has a "360 Load" size, too. It's over $30 for only 16 oz! - If you look close enough and read carefully. That's expensive, too! I'm glad I chose the small size, and hopefully get a full refund.
A big "THUMBS DOWN" for Econuts!