Individuals have been using Woolite soap in their homes since 1951, and now it’s available to take on the road. With
these lightweight, portable packets of cold water wash liquid soap, you can wash your clothes in sinks, bathtubs,
basins, or even washing machines. They’re perfect for hotels, hostels, dorms, or anywhere else you don’t have easy
access to a laundry machine or laundromat.
With its biodegradable ingredients, you can be rest-assured that you’re not putting harsh chemicals such as bleach,
phosphates, or enzymes onto your clothing. It can be used on both whites and colors, and is ideal for many types of
fabrics, including washable suede, linen, cotton, washable wool, silk, rayon, polyester, cotton/polyester, nylon,
nylon/spandex and rayon/spandex.
This travel laundry soap can be used on cruises, vacations, business trips, backpacking adventures, and more. Often,
the dry cleaning services available at hotels are prohibitively expensive, and you don’t want to spend hours at the
laundromat when you could be out exploring. With these soap packets, you’ll have clean and fresh clothes without much
time or effort.
Instead of packing enough clothes to last through your entire trip, you can bring just a few pairs with you and wash
them along the way, saving you space and reducing the weight of your luggage. The actual packets measure only 4in x 2in,
and can fit into even the narrowest compartments. Unlike bottles of laundry detergent, you can discard these along the
way, and since they’re pre-packaged, you won’t end up accidentally using too much detergent. You also don’t have to
worry about these leaking all over your belongings while in transit.
Don’t try to wash your clothes with the hand soap you’ll find at the place you’re staying. With these liquid soap
packets, you’re basically bringing a bottle of laundry detergent with you, but without the bulkiness and weight. Wash
your shirts, pants, underwear, socks, sweaters, swimsuits, etc. quickly and easily and you won’t have to choose between
packing your entire wardrobe or wearing dirty clothes during your trip.