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Good Egg


The Ecoegg hypoallergenic laundry egg is filled ­with cleansing mineral pellets that can wash up to 70 loads of clothes — and its gentle cleaning method may also help clothes last longer. $15.

Light Touch

Seventh Generation laundry detergent

Seventh Gener­ation Free and Clear detergent is concentrated, fragrance-free, and packed in biodegradable cardboard (with a recyclable plastic-bag liner). $13.

Fresh Air

laundry hangers

Elegant and space-saving, this freestanding hanger rack from Yamazaki Home offers an easy place to air-dry delicate garments. $95.

Ball Toss

dryer balls

Wool dryer balls help reduce wrinkles in shirts, fluff towels and sheets, and decrease drying time by up to 25 percent. These sets from Five Two are made in pleasing earthy colors. Set of six is $36.

Friendly Filter

laundry filter

Fleece garments shed in the washing machine, and those microplastic fibers can travel into waterways and harm marine life. The Guppyfriend washing bag traps microplastic fibers, preventing pollution — and helps your fleece last longer. $35.

This article originally appeared as “Fresh Laundry” in the April 2021 issue of Experience Life.

Experience Life Staff

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