Zero Waste- Laundry Swaps

Dryer Sheets

We use dryer sheets once and then we toss them in the trash. It’s not the most sustainable method but it’s the one we’re used to. We don’t have to settle. I’ve switched to wool dryer balls and add in essential oils when I wash my sheets! It’s been one of my best zero waste swaps! Here are some dryer sheet alternatives!

Wool Dryer Balls


DIY Natural Dryer Sheets

Laundry Detergent

Most laundry detergent comes in plastic packaging that more often than not ends up in our landfills. There are so many other options out there, even if you don’t have access to bulk suppliers! Here are a few examples and suggestions!

All-Natural and Zero Waste

Bulk Laundry Detergent

DIY Laundry Detergent

Drying Rack

The single-most monumental change you can make in your laundry routine is cutting your dryer loads in half and use a drying rack when possible! I think you guys can figure this out but I’ve linked some that I’ve either tried or have wanted to try!

Hidden Wooden Drying Rack

Bamboo Collapsible Drying Rack

One Comment on “Zero Waste- Laundry Swaps

  1. Love my wool dryer balls, they are great, I use six for most loads tried 3 but not as good. I use Celadon Road laundry detergent great company(on line). I have a drying rack in my basement and a hidden one mounted on the wall next to the dryer but that one really needs to have the air circulating around otherwise the clothes smell sour. Great for bras and underwear.


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