Ever felt like you had to choose between natural products and something that actually cleans our home or clothes? Not anymore! MyGreenFills has developed a special blend of 4 naturally-derived salts proven to clean even better than chemicals (without the whole poisoning your family or the environment part).
MyGreenFills Laundry Wash uses QuadraSaltⓇ (a Proprietary Blend of 4 Natural Salt Cleansers) to provide the DEEPEST Non-Toxic cleaning experience on the Planet.
And With Our Refillable “Last Jug You’ll Ever Buy” — You’ll Join Those Who Have Saved Over 1,215,557 Plastic Laundry Jugs from Destroying Our Oceans!
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If you’ve got a family of 4 or more, life is already plenty expensive. And chances are, you find yourself doing a LOT of laundry. So we’re helping you with even more savings—by giving you a deeper discount on 2 or 3 laundry soap packs to go with your one laundry jug.
For families of 4 or 5, depending on how soiled your clothes get and how frequently you do laundry—you will likely need 2 packs per month. Families of 6 or more may need 3.
Either way, you’ll take ALL the hassle out of laundry forever AND protect our planet by using 1 refillable jug—with the perfect quantity of MyGreenFills packs delivered to doorstep each month.
Each year, tens of millions of plastic jugs make their way into landfills and our precious oceans. Research shows that over a million plastic bottles PER MINUTE are being disposed of — and that number is rising. It’s no wonder those like MarineConservation.org say plastic bottles are THE single biggest threat to our oceans.
Luckily, through your refillable bottle and MyGreenFills subscription, you’ll be doing your part to stop this devastation and protect our precious planet.
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