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The Dirt Company

Anyone used The Dirt Company's products, such as the washing detergent? Are your clothes ok? It's sounds like a great product, Australian made & owned, good for the environment, recyclable containers

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So I bought and have used The Dirt Company detergent.
It works just fine, I haven't noticed any difference, the clothes are clean and no damage.
It works out to be cheaper by wash load compare to all others (that I can purchase here in Melbourne).
It's better for the environment and they are about to start a reward program.
It smells like eucalyptus, it reminds me of the old 'woolie wash' flakes my mum used to wash blankets in the bath. However, the clothes have no smell at all. So normally the clothes smell a bit like whatever detergent I used, with the Dirt Company there is no smell on the clothes.
Will continue using.

 sounds great
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 will try it
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Did you know that two Titanic loads of single-use plastics are dumped into Australia’s ocean every year?
We don’t want to be downers, but this is the harsh truth.
Statistics like this are one of the main reasons we were inspired to launch Dirt back in 2016.
If you need an upper, just know that just by swapping to Dirt detergent, you’re eliminating 90% of plastic out of the liquid laundry cycle.

The Dirt Company is just a name for a Australian made and own company who make clothes washing machine detergent.
They environmentally friendly, cheaper then any other, reduce massive amounts of plastic, and yes it works.

Yes signed up a few months ago and absolutely love it

Who in their right mind would wash their clothes in dirt? Madness.

 Lol, your joking.
But in case you are not. It's a detergent for clothes washing machines by a company called 'The Dirt Company'. They are a Australia brand, cheaper than any other, and environmental friendly. Google them

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 No actual dirt, it's just a name
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 But why do they have dirt in the detergent? Are you being had? Of all the nutty things. Oh my word.
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 ^I can't work out if you are being sarcastic or not without face expressions! If not, please Google the company
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 ^^ it doesn't contain dirt, it just the name
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 😂 😂 😂 actual dyinggggg
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 Why would I be sarcastic about such a thing? Heavens above, one may as well roll in the mud if you launder your clothes in something called 'Dirt'. Whatever next.
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 ^ because it a bit of fun to call a detergent company 'The Dirt Company' when are washing dirty clothes
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 Just Google them already!!!
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 Laundering spoiled clothing is no laughing matter my dear.
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SAHM Staff Just came here to say I love this. As you were lol!!
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 So the clothes will be dirt-clean lol!
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 Well for goodness sake! That makes no sense! Dirt clean? I'll eat my hat before I launder my garments in dirt! Who heard of such preposterous nonsense! Whatever are they teaching in schools these days? My word indeed.
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 ^it makes perfect sense, a joke. Google the company and all will be revealed....
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Hi, OP here, thanks for your replies. Some questions for you all : )
I thought its 4 pumps per wash?
Is it cost effective?
Does it wash the clothes well?
Has it damaged any of your clothes?
Thanks to the bumper, it wasn't me lol!
Thanks all!

 I bumped you because I want to see what others think of this company too :)
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 Great washing. No damage
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 ^thanks
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Buy it, use it, save money, support an Australian company and help the environment.

So it's cheaper than others? Like dirt cheap? lol

 Lol
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I just googled this company and it looks great. Probably will try it out. Does anyone else know about any other similar companies? Ie Australian, eco friendly?

 If you go to the Dirt Company Facebook, on the side there are linked FB pages/ppl of similar eco friendly companies
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 Great, thanks, I'll have a look
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Absolute rubbish. Use 1 tbsp bicarb.

 Can you tell me why it's no good pls?
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 Bicarb ? For washing? I feel like that's not going to remove skin, sweat, fats etc
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 it doesn't, and it lightens colour and ruins your clothes
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