As a mother and wife attempting to run a household, I am always looking for the most efficient ways of doing household tasks. I look for what is quick, easy, inexpensive, safe, and healthy. The more of those things I can check off the list, the more likely I am to buy a certain product or use a certain technique.
One company that satisfies all of my requirements is method. I will admit, method caught my attention at first with the attractive packaging of their products. It may seem silly to judge a product based on how it looks, but when you are walking down an aisle full of similar items, it pays to stick out!
Getting to the point of this post, right now method is running a giveaway for a one-year supply of laundry products! Talk about quick, easy, and inexpensive! Enter here for your chance to win.
Did you know that the average family does 600 loads of laundry a year? Sometimes it feels like I do 600 loads a week. Considering the fact that laundry is a daily task that constantly needs doing, that is one household task that has to be as easy as possible! I got to try out method’s 50-load, ultra-concentrated laundry detergent, and I love it!
Most large jugs of detergent are made up of 60-70% water, but method’s ultra-concentrated detergent comes in a sleek bottle that only requires about 4 quick pumps to do a load of laundry. It’s a time and space saver for sure.
The technology in Method’s laundry detergent cuts out the excess water that dilutes many other detergents. In fact, Method’s detergent is 8x concentrated so it uses drastically less water, 36% less plastic and requires 33% less energy and oil to produce than most widely-available detergents. And the unique precision-dosing pump means no overdosing and no drips, so you truly get the loads that you pay for. All that, and it comes in a compact, recyclable bottle made from 50% recycled plastic.
And, to be honest, I’m having too much fun with the pumping action. Come on, you have to find a way to make boring tasks fun. So much easier to do four quick pumps than to measure out powder or liquid detergent in a cup and pour it in.
Also, when I did my first long-term substitute assignment, laundry was the hardest thing to keep up with. We had a constant mountain of clothes on our floor. This time around, I’m actually keeping up with it! Now I’m not saying it’s because of method that my laundry is actually getting done, but hey, the statistic speaks for itself!
If this sounds great to you, give it a try. My local Target had the method detergent on sale this week! And don’t forget to enter the giveaway for a one-year supply of laundry products from method!
This article is sponsored by Method.