Most people don’t realize the amount of chemicals they put on their clothes and what these chemicals actually do to their linen.
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Let’s talk about how laundry suds can actually shorten your linen life. Most people don’t realize the amount of chemicals they put on their clothes and what these chemicals actually do to their linen.
So, roleplay with me for a second. You just got out of a really hot shower and you’re soaking wet. All you want to do is dry off. You grab your towel that was cleaned in some conventional laundry slime. You begin to dry yourself off but for some reason, you’re just not getting dry. It almost feels like the towel you are using is sliding right off of your body. Have you ever experienced this or wondered why?
Well, let me tell you why. Conventional laundry products are specifically designed to leave behind a chemical sheen on your fabrics. This chemical sheen then gets soaked up by your fabrics, or in this case, your exorbitant towels. If that’s not bad enough, these chemicals get baked into your towels when they get put into your dryer. So, that’s why your towel isn’t drying you off after you take a shower.
Conventional laundry products are specifically designed to leave behind a chemical sheen on your fabrics.
Generations ago, our ancestors would make their own soap from rendered animal fat and lye. They understood the basic principle of cleaning: oils attract oils. Today’s laundry slime is not made with rendered animal fat. Rather, it is made with petroleum surfactants. These conventional laundry products are synthesized and they have no resemblance of anything that comes from the earth.
These synthesized petroleum surfactants serve a specific purpose. They are carriers for UV brighteners, perfumes and optical brighteners. All of these chemicals are designed to leave behind a chemical sheen on your linen. As I mentioned earlier, your towel is supposed to dry you off. However, if your towel is continuing to be coated every time you wash it in conventional laundry slime, your towel will become less absorbent. Over time, that towel will shred faster and will actually become ineffective.
If you are the athletic type, you’ve probably noticed your high-performance gear stinks after you finish working out. Have you ever wondered why? Well, the reason is because those chemicals are being left behind on your high-tech fabrics and are mixing with your perspiration. That causes a whole lot of funk. Sadly, those chemicals render your garments ineffective over time.
Laundry Suds Shorten Your Linen Life.