Charlie’s Soap: Laundry Booster Review

Charlie’s Soap: Laundry Booster  Review +  a Giveaway

Earlier in the year I had the opportunity to review the range of Charlie’s Soap Products and they quickly became a favorite of mine! Since one of the biggest problem with household chores is the chemical element we are always looking for ways to reduce this harmful element.

One thing I have noticed when we do laundry is that they are loosing the softness, and after some research I realized that this was due to the hard water that is used by our community. After some further research I discovered that Charlie’s Soap, the company I discovered last year, has a booster for hard water that can be added to their laundry powder. I knew that I wanted to give this a try for my home!

The products featured in this post were provided to me free of charge courtesy of Charlie’s Soap. This post may have affiliate links but this in no way will influence the review to follow and all opinions are my own.

I received a bag of Charlies Soap Laundry Booster and Hard Water Treatment for review.

My weekly ritual is to do the laundry for the week. While the day varies, the process is generally the same thus the results often the same. While my clothes are clean, they could be cleaner. Since we douse a community laundry, that uses hot water I began my research there.

When I began looking I looked to a company that I have reviewed in the past for a possible solution.

I discovered the Charlies Soap Laundry Booster and Hard Water Treatment. This is a environmentally safe phosphate that is designed to soften water and leave no hard water scales on your clothes. This rinses completely leaving nothing the fabric clean. I found it is best when used with Charlie’s Soap Laundry Powder or Charlie’s Soap Laundry Liquid but can be used with other detergents.

Each of the products in the Charlie’s Soap catalog are biodegradable, and environmentally safe. They are also hypoallergenic making them effective and safe, yet still can be used on anything from diesel engines to false teeth!

While my routine has not changed, the results are different. My clothes are softer and brighter since I started using this booster. This will be added to my weekly routine, and I expect each week to see results that become routine!

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GIVEAWAY: Charlie’s Soap is some Charlie’s Soap products to three lucky reader’s! (3) lucky winner’s will be selected at random in order as chosen and will win a 1st to 3rd range prize that will be as follows: 1st prize – (1) Sample Bag including a 4 pack of Laundry Detergent Packets, 4oz Indoor/Outdoor Cleaner, 4 oz Kitchen/Bath Cleaner and 4 oz HE Laundry Liquid in a branded handy linen bag and (1) 100 Wash Pack of Laundry Detergent Powder. This is a $33.95 value!! 2nd prize and 3rd prize (1) Sample Bag including a 4 pack of Laundry Detergent Packets, 4oz Indoor/Outdoor Cleaner, 4 oz Kitchen/Bath Cleaner and 4 oz HE Laundry Liquid in a branded handy linen bag – This is a $33.95 value when you win 1st prize!! I will be randomly choosing 1 person on November 18th (11/18/2017) to receive this laundry assistant! Open to residents in the US only. To enter complete the entries below! Winner will be notified by DealsAmongUs by email and prize will be fulfilled by Charlie’s Soap. Remember you have 48 hours to claim prize, or I will choose another winner. GOOD LUCK!!!

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45 thoughts on “Charlie’s Soap: Laundry Booster Review

  1. Peggy

    Always pretreat and don’t put anything in the dryer that you think the spot did not come out of the first time.

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  2. Lisa V.

    I always take some laundry detergent pods with me when traveling. You never know when you may need to do laundry and/or when an opportunity for laundry (e.g., hotel with washer/dryer and laundry room) will present itself.

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  3. Jackie

    My best laundry tip is to fold the clothes as soon as they come out of the dryer to prevent them from wrinkling.

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  4. Melissa

    My best laundry tip is to teach the kids to do their own laundry as soon as they’re tall enough to reach the top of the machine!

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  5. Christy DuBois

    I really don’t have any good laundry tips. When I do laundry I wash dry and fold and put them away as soon as they are dry so that I don’t have piles of clothes that need putting up or ironing.

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  6. John Smith

    “What is your best laundry tip?” Make sure new black clothing is color-fast! Don’t mix it with other clothes!

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  7. Cathy Truman

    My best laundry tip is to do laundry every day and to fold as soon as it comes out of the dryer.

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  8. Darcy L Koch

    I presoak anything that needs it as soon as possible. I also turn my clothes inside out before washing.

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  9. doug g.

    I can get my laundry a lot cleaner if I add just a very small amount of liquid bleach to the washer as it fills. About 1/8 to 1/4 cup + detergent works a lot better than detergent alone.

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  10. Debbi Wellenstein

    I don’t let stains set in. I always pre-treat spots as soon as they happen.

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  11. Kathy Davis

    My best laundry tip is to put vinegar in the wash load to soften and remove smells from my towels. It doesn’t leave an odor.

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  12. Tamra Gibson

    My best laundry tip is if it has stain put spray and wash or dawn original dish soap on it. Lightly scrub and wash within 5 minutes. I’ve bn fortunate in getting the worst stains out

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  13. Trinity Rosario

    My best laundry tip is to not let it pile up so it’s overwhelming. It’s much easier to do one load a night or every other day!

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  14. slehan

    Use a big napkin when you eat to protect your clothes from getting spills.
    Thanks for the contest.
    slehan at juno dot com

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