Household expenses add up, with prices for daily items increasing weekly, it’s just good sense to try and save money where you can. One of the quickest and easiest ways you can save money is with your laundry costs!
Here’s how you can do your laundry for pennies!
I can’t praise the Ecoegg Laudry Egg highly enough. You save an absolute tonne of money using it. It’s an eco-friendly and hypoallergenic alternative to washing detergent, because it uses natural cleaning pellets that contain no harsh chemicals.
It lasts for up to 210 washes, that’s a whole year’s worth’ of washing for the average family!
The Ecoegg Laudry Egg is scientifically proven to lift away dirt and grime and is suitable for white and coloured clothes (no bleaches) and it’s also safe for all fabrics, even delicates.
In addition, another fantastic benefit is that it’s great for sensitive skin and it’s actually dermatologically tested and endorsed by Allergy UK.
Let’s do the maths:
A 1.56L bottle of Method Laundry Detergent, does 39Washes. One bottle costs £9. That’s 23p per wash.
The Ecoegg Laudry Egg does 210 washes. One Ecoegg Laudry Egg costs £13.29. That’s only 6p per wash!
As you can see, that’s a considerable difference that adds up over time.
Another money saving laundry trick
If you love fragranced laundry straight from the dryer and you’re not sure that the Ecoegg Laudry Egg will be enough for you in the fragrance department. I highly recommend their Ecoegg Dryer Eggs, I absolutely adore the Spring Blossom Scent.
They are scientifically proven to reduce tumble drying time by up to 28%. Saving you time, in addition to energy and money every time you use your tumble dryer.
They come complete with essential oil fragrances sticks inside which gently infuse your laundry with fragrance. The Ecoegg Dryer Eggs leave your laundry baby soft, eliminating the need to use fabric softener. They’re also hypoallergenic, so great for people with sensitive skin.
The scent is just like super expensive dryer sheets for pennies!
What do you think? What are your top tips for saving money on laundry costs? I’d love to hear them, share them in the comments below.