Nellie’s All Natural: Dryer Balls, Wash Soda and Melon Soap Review

Nellie’s All Natural: Dryer Balls, Wash Soda and Melon Soap Review + Giveaway

When I shop for products one of the first things that I look for is packaging. This past year my father went to the fair and picked up the cutest tin’s that were filled with laundry supplies.

The packaging was lighter colors, and the one I saw was shaped like a washing machine. The tin had a slit at the top, which makes the item the perfect piggy bank once the product inside is used.

I was interested in what the company was, and how in this disposable world, they decided to use tin packaging. The company was Nellie’s All-Natural and they were generous to send us a couple items for review.

The products featured in this post were provided to me free of charge courtesy of Nellie’s All Natural. 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 an assortment of Nellie’s All-Natural products that included the following products –

The Nellie’s All-Natural Laundry Soda is a simple powdered soda that is used when you wash your clothes. This contains All-natural ingredients including soda ash which is effective in cold water which makes it good for colors that will result in no fading, and leaves clothes soft, fresh, and residue-free. The Laundry Soda is safe on skin since it is organic, hypoallergenic, non-toxic, biodegradable, and contains no harsh chemicals.

The one that started my on my inquiry Nellie’s All-Natural Lamby DryerBalls were the first items which contains 4 wool dryer balls and last for 50 loads. These are 100% Natural and are made of pure New Zealand Wool, making them a safe & natural fabric softener. I did not hear these in the laundry and at times I questioned if I even put them in the dryer it was so quiet.

The final item was more for dishes than laundry. The Nellie’s Alll-Natural One Soap – Melon was a wonderful scent, that left my dishes clean and hands soft. Dishes are not the only thing that this soap can be used for and includes dogs! This is a color-free, SLS, SLES and toxin-free soap and that has a flip cap.

Each of Nellie’s All-Natural products are

  • Biodegradable
  • Non Toxic
  • Hypoallergenic
  • Gluten Free
  • No SLS or SLES
  • No GMO’s
  • Chlorine Free
  • Phosphate Free
  • Septic Safe
  • No animal testing (Leaping Bunny Certified)
  • Dye free
  • Non toxic
  • Paraben Free
  • Formaldehyde Free
  • Ammonia Free
  • Synthetic fragrance free (One Soap and Scent Sticks)
  • Fragrance free laundry soap

As it turns out the tin is used for packaging because liquid detergents are made up from at least 50% water. Nellie’s doesn’t think selling you water and moving water around the planet is a very good idea. The fact is, more cleaning power can be packed into a smaller space using powder. In addiiton tin is a reusable and the containers can be reused.

I am completely thrilled that I had the opportunity to try these, I will be using them in future! If you want a great products in reusable packaging Nellie’s All-Natural is what you are looking for.

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GIVEAWAY: Nellie’s All-Natural is giving one a package of dryer balls to one lucky reader! (1) lucky winner will be selected at random to win (1) Nellie’s All-Natural Lamby DryerBalls which contains 4 wool dryer balls – This is a $21.99 value! I will be randomly choosing 1 person on May 9th (5/9/2017) to receive this wool dryer ball quartet! Open to residents in the US and Canada only. To enter complete the entries below! Winner will be notified by DealsAmongUs by email and prize will be fulfilled by Nellie’s All Natural. Remember you have 48 hours to claim prize, or I will choose another winner. GOOD LUCK!!!

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39 thoughts on “Nellie’s All Natural: Dryer Balls, Wash Soda and Melon Soap Review

  1. Catherine Lewis

    Do it often so you don’t have a huge pile to do at the end of the week!

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  2. Victoria Scott

    I received the best tip from someone a long time ago – shake out all your clothes before putting them in the dryer so they come out with very little wrinkles. It seems so obvious now, but to my teenage self, it was magic!

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  3. Annamarie V

    My best laundry tip is to use liquid dish soap on greasy stains on your clothes.

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    1. lncleslie

      Oops get distracted….. my tip is DO NOT let it pile up also fold & put away immediately!

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  4. Jeanne Coulombe

    Here is a neat tip my grandmother taught me when girls have their period and blood gets on the underwear spray with peroxide and then wash it takes the blood right out I couldn’t believe it really works.

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  5. Melissa

    My best tip is to teach your kids how to do their own laundry as soon as they are tall enough to reach the top of the washing machine! It saves me a lot of work. 🙂

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  6. Bethany Suire

    I have learned after having a chid that I need to make time to fold our clothes as soon as I pull them out of the dryer. It’s so easy to get distracted or busy with my son and before I even know it, I have a massive pile of super wrinkled clothing!

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  7. Cynthia C

    My tip is to inspect clothing when taking it off and treat any stains or spots immediately.

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  8. jan

    If you have a front load washer, keep the door open when not in use so it doesn’t get musty.

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  9. Darcy Koch

    My best tip is to always pre-treat stains. Don’t allow them to really work theirselves into the material.

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  10. Jen Dantuma

    Don’t let the laundry pile up. I try to do some wash at least 3 times per week, but if you have a larger family, you should try to do a load per day.

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  11. Cindy Peterson

    I keep a bucket in my laundry room sink. When I have a stained garment I treat it with a stain removal product then but it in the bucket, add water, Borax, then let it soak. Stain usually come out without scrubbing.

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  12. Heather Weinstock

    Keep cornstarch handy when cooking with oil. Cornstarch gets oil out of clothes before the stain sets.

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  14. John Smith

    My best laundry tip: Don’t let the laundry pile up. Keep up with your household chores!!

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  15. Linda

    My best laundry tip is to add a quarter cup of white vinegar to the wash water to set colours on new clothes.

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  16. Elicia P

    I do not have the best laundry tip. I am guilty of leaving clothes in the dryer or washer and rerunning.
    In fact this post reminds me.. I have the babies clothes in the washer. They have been in there half the day!

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