The Laundress is an eco-friendly line of detergent, fabric care, and home-cleaning products that take excellent care of you, the things you love, and the environment.

Intense cleaning involves three elements: water temperature (hot), detergent amount (more) and agitation (movement in the wash machine). Fabric, such as cotton, generally has a certain maximum shrinkage capacity so washing your favorite white t-shirt once in hot water will shrink the same amount as it would over multiple washes in warm.

Always reference what fabric you are washing to determine the proper water temperature to use. Cotton and linen are best washed with hot water, silk and synthetics are best at warm or tepid, and wool should always be cold washed.

Washing cycles are just as important as water temperature. Too much agitation even with cold water can shrink a wool sweater. Always use the delicates or woolens cycle when machine washing “delicates or woolens.”

  •   3 X Concentrated: just a very small amount of product is necessary for each laundry cycle.
  •   Suitable for machine and hand washing in all temperatures.

1l Detergents

  • Machine Wash: 2 capfuls/30ml, according to load
  • Hand Wash: 1⁄2 -1 capful/15ml, according to number of pieces

500ml Signature Detergent

  • Machine Wash: 3-4 capfuls/30ml, according to load
  • Hand Wash: 1-2 capful/15ml, according to number of pieces

Specialty fabric care and detergent for laundering

  • Based on natural ingredients
  • Made with renewable resources
  • Not a petroleum based detergent like grocery store brands
  • No beef fat used like grocery store fabric softeners
  • No Dye, Sulfate, Phosphate, Chlorine
  • Essential oils not artificial fragrances
  • 3X Concentrated
  • 100% Biodegradable
  • Recyclable plastic used for all products
  • Animal Cruelty-Free
  • Suitable for machine and hand washing in all temperatures
  • The Laundress products incorporate Enzymes such as Protease, Amylase, Lipase and Cellulase.


Most grocery store brands do not incorporate enzymes but chemical agents.

  • Protease - Breaks down complex protein stains such as baby formula and amino acids
  • Amylase - Breaks down starch based stains such as chocolate
  • Lipase - Breaks down oils
  • Cellulase - Removes soil while brightening and softening fabric during the wash cycle.
  • Optical Brightener - Natural alternative to bleaching and better for fabrics; overcomes yellowness on fabrics resulting in whiteness