Greener Living Soap Nuts Organic Detergent

Welcome to our website.  Our goal is to provide you with the most informative soap nuts site on the web and the best place to buy organic laundry detergent.

Greener Living Soap Nuts

Trial size of soap nutsThere are not many brands out there that can claim the status and reviews of having a 100% certified organic laundry detergent.  We can make that claim because our laundry detergent grows on trees.  USDA agrees that we have an organic laundry detergent and allow us to put their stamp of approval on our products.

Our Soap Nuts on Dragons’ Den, CBC

Back in May of 2010, we made the journey to Toronto, Ontario, to meet the Dragons and pitch our business to these multi-billionaire investors. The episode aired in January of 2011.  We struck a deal with Brett Wilson. Click here to view more.  Also check out this 2012 follow-up article about our soap nuts in the financial post. The green industry is moving forward, and we want to be on the cutting edge of it.

 

Multiple Chemical Sensitivity

Recently, we have had some people with Multiple Chemical Sensitivity (MCS) tell us that soap nuts is the only laundry detergent that does not aggravate their condition.  Although we cannot guarantee they will work for you if you have MCS, we do think you should give them a try.  With so few detergents that work for people who suffer from multiple chemical sensitivity, you have nothing to lose. You may be surprised at the results.

Still Unsure?

If you are still unsure about what to think of this organic laundry detergent, check out our page on soap nuts uses.  It gives all the ins and outs of what you can do and make with these laundry berries.  There are many possible uses from insect repellent to window cleaner to shining up your jewelry.  Look around at all your household cleaners, and see how many products these soap berries can replace. Also check out our reviews and testimonials.  To start out small, try purchasing a sample to see if they work for you.

Soap Nuts on Youtube

Be sure to take a look at our soap nuts youtube page.  We are always working to add new videos and keep it updated, as well as comment on other videos of interest.

New Packaging

For easier shelving of our products, we have a fresh new box design. It is much more convenient that the traditional bag, as it sits nicely on the shelf and does not flop over.

Bulk Soap Nuts Wholesale

Want to start your own soap nuts business?  We are a supplier of bulk organic soap nuts wholesale to Canada and the United States.  We have helped many people get started in the business and would be glad to help you as well.

Soap Nuts Don’t Work? Are They a Scam?

Soap Nuts Don't Work

 

As many product owners do, I regularly patrol Google to see how my product and its keywords are doing. Imagine my surprise when I see one of the search suggestions being “soap nuts don’t work”. I was floored to see it. How could someone even suggest that?

After I calmed down a bit, I thought about it and came to the following conclusion.

Soap nuts are a relatively new product in Canada and the USA. Any time a new product enters the market, there is a healthy skepticism that prevents many people from getting scammed. As a result, it is only natural to type in a phrase such as soap nuts don’t work or soap nuts scam. It is a natural reaction, especially with a product so revolutionary as this one.

The sad thing is that the search engines rightfully pick out the phrases that people type in and use them as suggested searches. Overall, this is a good thing, but when new products come to the marketplace that people are skeptical about, it associates them with words like scam and don’t work.

A perfectly good product will then have search suggestions such as these show up every time a person browses the internet for information about it. I don’t know about you, but if I am researching a product, and the search suggestions include the words ‘scam’ and ‘don’t work’, I would be much less likely to buy it.

I guess it is time for me to change my thinking about searching for products online. Words that would have turned me off in the past may just be a signal that something being sold is revolutionary, or a game changer in the industry.

Are Soap Nuts a Scam? My Experience

If you are reading this article, I am sure that you, like others, are curious how soap nuts work. I will share my experience with you, and you can judge from there.

Several years ago, when my wife & I had our first child, my wife chose to cloth diaper. She is good with the sewing machine, so she made her own stylish cloth diapers that were much better than the traditional ones.

The cloth diapers worked great for a while, but then they began to smell, and none of the name brand detergents were getting the odors out. After searching for the solution online, my wife ordered some soap nuts to see if they would work. To her amazement, they completely got rid of the smell. She quickly changed to using them as our main laundry detergent.

As an added bonus, a skin condition that had stretched across my belly for years completely cleared up within a month of switching detergents. With those two benefits, the thought that soap nuts don’t work seemed ridiculous, and did not even cross my mind.

After the personal success, we decided to import more and share the good news with other people in Canada and the USA. That is what started us in the business of selling soap nuts.

If you are skeptical of trying a new product, I do not blame you. I have been scammed in the past, and do not want to go there again.

Please be assured that soap nuts are not a scam. They do work, and are a great alternative to the harsh chemicals that are poured down the drain daily.

Please give soap nuts a try. If, after trying them, you feel that soap nuts don’t work, we will be happy to give you your money back.

Be  sure to share this article with your friends. The more we educate people, the more people can make informed decisions.

We can change the world, one load of laundry at a time!

 

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Author: Matt Johnson