Oasis Laundry Detergent
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- Net quantity of 1 gallon
- Biodegrade entirely into plant nutrients
- Designed and tested to be biocompatible with plants and soil
- Ideal for septic tank disposal
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Oasis Biocompatible Laundry Detergent are not only non-harmful for plants and soil, they biodegrade entirely into plant nutrients. Oasis Biocompatible Laundry Detergent is designed and tested to be biocompatible with plants and soil, as well as for the disposal of treated wastewater in aquatic ecosystems. It is the best choice for septic tank disposal and is a good choice for reusing wash water for irrigating plants-the most ecological alternative. Disposed of in a septic tank or greywater system, microorganisms and plant roots will biodegrade Oasis, removing the break down products and leave only pure water behind.
Top Customer Reviews
My first laundry detergent brand to try was called BoulderClean from Costco. I had issues with the deodorant and smells still sticking on my clothes using that brand. The whole point of washing clothes is to get them clean, right? So my search for a better laundry detergent progressed. I found that Oasis Brand Laundry Detergent was always the first on the list as recommended laundry detergents by various groups on the internet that make gray water informational videos. I also read all the positive feedback here on Amazon.
So, I took a chance on Oasis Laundry Detergent. So glad I did. I don't think I will ever use anything else.
I must say, I am VERY pleased with the results. It does get my clothes clean, and has a very light fresh citrus scent, and I am SO happy in our drought conditions that I can make use of this valuable water in my yard.
HE (High Efficiency) Washers Okay ( I have a Whirlpool Duet front loader)
Use 1/8 to 1/4 Cup per load. Very concentrated. One gallon makes 46 to 128 wash loads.
I will follow up later in a few months with how it works on the grass and plants as the summer months go by.
I also recommend buying a gallon pumper to control the amount you need with ease. I wish the company would provide one, because most of the pumps sold here on Amazon drip badly. If anyone knows of a better pumper that doesn't drip. please let me know in the comments section.
We use very little in each load because it seems to clean just as well as any other regular brand of laundry detergent that we've used, so I'm comfortable in stating that we didn't have too much of it being "fed" to our plants. Perhaps if we use 50/50 laundry and clean water, our results would be better. Will give that a try.
I'm a believer is saving water in this fashion, but am disappointed at the effects that it has had on our plants. Maybe changing just how much we're feeding to our plants will make a difference that we can live with.