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Has anyone tried Happi Earth laundry liquid?
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Posted 12 May 2019 - 09:09 PM
I'm interested in this laundry liquid and wondering whether anyone here uses it. You use 2.5 ml per wash. It seems like a very ambitious claim.
Posted 12 May 2019 - 09:20 PM
I have never heard of it.
Where do you get it from?
I have used Earth's Choice and wasn't impressed.
Posted 12 May 2019 - 09:34 PM
The company is in Queensland. They have 20% off at the moment so I am considering it.
I asked them for a sample and they kindly sent me one. They sent me 10 mls. I did 4 loads with it today and it seems to work really well. I have washed sweaty clothes and I can't smell the sweat now so that was really good. I also washed some tomato sauce stain off a white shirt but I had used exit stain remover on it so I'm not sure whether it was Exit or the laundry liquid. I was hoping someone else has used it and can give an honest review. From today's 4 loads it looks like a winner. I am hesitating because it is a large initial outlay.
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