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Ecoegg Laundry Detergent Replacement Could Help Protect The Planet And Your Wallet

Ecoegg Laundry Detergent Replacement Could Help Protect The Planet And Your Wallet

If you like the sound of saving pennies and the planet at the same time then look no further.

With no harmful chemicals, the refillable and reusable Ecoegg Laundry Egg can help you reduce your single-use plastic usage and is 'the perfect planet friendly alternative to traditional detergent'.

What's more, it could cut your washing bill down to just £20 for three years (obviously that doesn't include the cost of running your washing machine).

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The Ecoegg contains white and black pellets, one made of ceramics and one made of minerals. Over time, the white mineral pellets dissolve away and need to be replaced. You can get a whole heap of washing done before then, mind.

Explaining how it all works, Ecoegg said: "Simply pop the Ecoegg Laundry Egg into your washing machine - it replaces laundry detergent and fabric conditioner. Two types of mineral pellets in the egg work together to clean your clothes. Free from harsh chemicals. Kind to your skin. Kind to the environment. Kind to your pocket.

"Two types of natural mineral pellets, inside a recyclable egg (that we guarantee for 10 years). Pop the ecoegg Laundry Egg in your washing machine - it's a complete replacement for laundry detergent and fabric conditioner.

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"The egg is refillable - you can buy the refill mineral pellets from our website."

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So, you simply fling the egg in with your load of washing and let it get on with its job. Once the pellets are about half their original size, you take them out and replace them. No more expensive fabric softener, either.

I know it's hard to get too excited about washing your clothes, but saving pounds the planet is pretty exhilarating, isn't it?

One of these virtuous eggs will set you back £9.99, which should last you 70 washes. You can then get a pack of refill pellets for £4.99, which will give you 50 washes - the number-crunchers among you will have worked out that's just 10p a wash.

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