Greening Your Laundry: Eco-Friendly Detergent and Tips

Best of Spring 2010: Post Roundup

Greening your laundry is a hot topic on Re-Nest. Laundry habits are usually one of the first things under scrutiny once people have made the decision to be conscious of chemical additives and their impact on the environment. Check out 15 of our top posts on the subject this past year, from how to make your own laundry detergent to cleaning your jeans without water.

TOP ROW

1 White Laundry, Green Home: Handmade Laundry Supplies
2 Laundry Drying Racks: 7 Small Spaces Solutions
3 5 Ways to Get Great Smelling Laundry Without Softener
4 How To Make Eco-Friendly Laundry Detergent
5 How To Whiten Laundry Without Chlorine Bleach

MIDDLE ROW

6 Project Laundry List: A Laundry Washing Revolution
7 Ecowasbal: 1,000 Washes With No Detergent? Apparently
8 4 Small Stackable Washers and Dryers
9 Steal This Idea: A Growler of Laundry Detergent
10 Spring Cleaning: Green Laundry Products

BOTTOM ROW

11 Product Review: Zum Laundry Soap by Indigo Wild
12 Product Review: Method Detergent with SmartClean
13 Soap Nuts: A Green Laundry Detergent Alternative
14 5 Homemade DIY Natural Fabric Softeners
15 How To Clean Your Jeans Without Water (In the Freezer)

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Welcome to Re-Nest's end-of-year roundup!
We're making our way through 2010 and rounding up some of our favorite (and your favorite) posts. Also on deck during this time: the Re-Nest editors get personal in our "Meet the Team" series, a special group of guest bloggers share their green resolutions, and we go big with Green City Guides, from Montreal to Madison.

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