128 Loads in that Small Bottle? SoapBerry Review

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Having lived in a dorm for 2 years and then an apartment for quite a few after that, I am all about trying to save space.  That being said, I am always so fascinated by the way they can concentrate products to use less for the same job - therefor taking up LESS space and leaving LESS trash!!!   
We were recently sent a sample to try out and I was SO SURPRISED to see how small an amount you need to do a load of laundry.
Literally it was so small, I was so concerned that it was not going to do anything....
Well, I decided to give it a try - and it seems to have worked!



A one quart bottle of Simply SoapBerry provides a 1-year supply of detergent, based on 2 loads per week, cleaning an unprecedented 128 loads.  Use of the 10x more powerful detergent brings the cost per load of laundry to only 15 cents. It was tested as powerful at cleaning as a major chemical-based national brand but with 60-70% less product.

Comments

  1. This seems like something I'd love to try. I bet the flavor is wonderful. Isaak helped me with laundry yesterday. He didn't like the job very much.

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  2. Wow! That is a lot of laundry in one bottle! I LOVE this idea! Will have to look for it.

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  3. Would love to give this a try. Fifteen cents a load is pretty good and I bet it smells pretty good too.

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  4. Looks like something worth trying. We go through a lot of laundry with little ones around. I should give it a try. The savings alone sounds amazing.

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  5. Over the last 5 or so years all of the detergent companies have been concentrating their detergent so you can get the same number of loads out of a much smaller bottle, but I have never seen one this small that does so many loads. In ten years it will probably only require a small drop per load.

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