Sodium Dodecyl Sulfate
Sodium dodecyl sulfate (SDS) is a surfactant that can have a variety of uses. We use a plant-based surfactant that is created from coconut oil. In our laundry sheets, the substance is used to break the water tension and remove dirt and grime from the fabric during the washing cycle. We use a dioxane free, plant-based SDS that is also biodegradable and does not bioaccumulate in water or land.
Fatty Alcohol Polyglycol
Fatty Alcohol Polyglycol is a fully biodegradable nonionic surfactant that is used in our Laundry Sheets to fight stains and their ability to break down residues such as oil and soap.
We use this ingredient to create the best laundry detergent sheets in the market today that are home to our tough cleaning agents. PVA is both colourless and odourless and as it is created from plants, it means that our easy to use sheets are completely toxic-free. Making it kind to you and the environment. The sustainable detergent sheets quickly dissolve in water to release the active cleaning agents so they can get to work rapidly on your laundry and leave no mess behind.
Glycerol is a sweet, viscous, colorless and odorless liquid. The quality of glycerin as a solvent, together with its hygroscopic properties (ability to absorb water steam) makes it good for cleaning and stain removal. These properties allow glycerin to soften the hardened and solidified stains, so that even old stains can be removed more easily.
Decyl Glucoside is a mild cleanser that is often used in cosmetic formulations and products for individuals with sensitive skin. The ingredient lowers the surface tension of the water surface and is therefore often used in many hygiene and toiletry products. Decyl Glucoside is a natural and biodegradable ingredient that comes from corn and coconuts. In our Laundry sheets Decyl Glucoside helps to remove dirt and oils more effectively.
Trisodium Citrate is used as a building block in Laundry Sheets due to its ability to bind positively charged calcium and magnesium ions found in tap water and unlike phosphate builders it is safe for the environment. The use of sodium citrate improves the performance of the detergent. Trisodium Citrate acts as a cleaning aid and water softener so that the detergent can work more efficiently.
Betaine is a naturally derived ingredient that can be used instead of dehydrating sulfates. Betaine is extracted from molasses, the juice of sugar cane and is an effective cleaning agent due to its high surface activity.