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Eco Laundry Stain Stick

Stains happen. And whether it’s some red wine on your favorite white blouse, or everyday grease and grit–sometimes you need a little extra power to get clothes truly clean. That’s where Meliora’s Natural Laundry Stain Stick Comes in, a non-toxic and plastic-free way to get tough stains out! Made from vegetable soap from organic coconut and sunflower oil, this concentrated stain stick pre-treats clothing to help your washer get any spot out. To use, simply wet the stained area of your clothes and rub the stain stick on before tossing in the washer! Plus, Meliora is a member of 1% for the Planet, donating 1% of all sales towards Women’s Voices for the Earth; an environmental non-profit that gives back to our Earth through numerous charitable programs.





"Ships in 100% Recyclable and Plastic Free Packaging, Meliora is a 1% for the Planet business, donating 2% of sales to environmental non-profits. Their partner of choice is Women's Voices for the Earth–a non-profit dedicated to eliminating toxic chemicals from products through corporate responsibility Manufactured and packaged in Chicago, IL, USA!, This is a MADE SAFE® Certified product that has been third-party tested to ensure it contains only non-toxic, high quality ingredients that are safe for our environment and your skin B Corp Certified to ensure safe and responsible business practices Meliora is a Leaping Bunny Certified company that uses no animal testing Meliora is a woman owned, family run business, Cruelty-free and made without animal byproducts No synthetic fragrances, dyes, optical brighteners, or preservatives SLS-free, Produced and packaged in Chicago, Illinois, USA, Ships in 100% Recyclable and Plastic Free Packaging , Vegetable Soap [Sodium Cocoate, Glycerin, Organic Cocos Nucifera (Coconut) Oil, Water] Additional info: sodium cocoate is the chemical name of coconut oil that has been saponified (aka 'made into soap'). Sodium sunflowerate is the chemical name of sunflower seed oil that has been saponified. There will be some coconut and sunflower seed oils left in the soap after they are saponified, due to the fact that Meliora uses sodium hydroxide, or lye, in the conversion process. Leaving these excess oils in the soap ensures there is NO remaining lye in the finished product, and gives the soap its lather and moisture. This process is also called 'superfatting'. Glycerin is naturally created when the oils are converted into soap–and helps to keep skin soft, and is an effective solvent, making it great for dissolving stains and dirt. Water is used in the soapmaking process to dissolve the lye, and then is dried out over several weeks, resulting in a hard soap bar with very little water leftover. There is ~5% water leftover in these soap bars, compared to liquid soap that contains ~60% water."

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