Laundry Soap Sheets are the compact way to travel with laundry detergent. There's enough detergent for 50 laundry washes tucked into this compact carry-on compliant container. Weighing less than one ounce, these biodegradable soap sheets are also easy to use. Just drop a sheet into the sink for instant suds. 25 sheets per pkg. (2¾ x 1¾ x ½") Two packages per order.
You can have your order wrapped in a reusable dark gray gift bag, tied with a ribbon. $6.00 each gift bag. Select the "Gift Bag" option during checkout.
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We like these compact, sanitary, easy to carry laundry soap sheets that are small enough to fit in pocket, purse or carry-on. They dissolve quickly in water and transform into a sudsy lather to wash laundry anywhere.
- 50 soap sheets
- Just add water
- Dissolves instantly
- Eco-friendly - biodegradable
- Compact and convenient to use
- TSA carry-on compliant
- Use to wash out laundry in hotel sinks
- Remove sheets with dry hand.
- Two pack
Size: 2 3/4 x 1 3/4 x 1/2"
Weight: 1 oz
Materials: Starch, Sodium Culfate, Sodium Sulfate, Cocoamidepropyl Betaine, Cocoamide Dea, Glycerin, Aqua, Dimethicone, Mineral Oil, Parfum, Carbomer Nos, Methylparaben, Propylparaben
Product TypeTravel compact laundry soap sheets
- Customer Reviews
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By Mary Jane N., Kalamazoo, FM in November, 2012
I agree with those that claim the sheets do not suds very much but suds or no suds they are working. Let the clothes soak a little and swish around and the clothes dry to a nice clean smelling item. Much better then having to buy detergent when traveling for just a few items each night.
By Charlene M., Medford, NJ in August, 2012
Lightweight, no liquid, and works
A packet of these stays in my travel bag as they take virtually no space, don't need to be taken out of my carryon for security inspection, and one sheet washes a small item just fine.
By Alice S., Timonium, MD in July, 2012
We used these soap sheets on our trip to Europe and found them to be a convenient way to wash clothes in the sink. I used 1 sheet on small items, 2 on larger items, and everything cleaned nicely. I was very careful to use dry hands to remove the sheets from the container, as indicated in the instructions, and had no problems with the sheets sticking to each other. Would definitely recommend them.
By Susan H., Springfield, IL in June, 2012
Handy, but touchy
They mostly worked fine and took odor and dust off the clothing. There is no consistency about how many sheets to use. Sometimes one per item, other times, several were needed. Also they are extremely sensitive to water, one drop will unite them into an unusable lump. Use care and very dry hands when removing a sheet. While one drop of water merged the sheets into an unusable lump, the sheet sometimes took a long time to dissolve. I tried warm and cold water, and the cold water seemed to work best. I used a zip top bag and added a laundry sheet, then water. After vigorous shaking, the sheet would dissolve and clothing could be added. I actually added the clothing to the bag and "agitated" to wash, since several of the hostels where I stayed didn't have plugs for the sink or tub!
By Allan S., The Villages, FL in June, 2012
Laundry Soap Sheets don't work well
We used the sheets on our trip to Italy and ended up using the hotel hand soap. The soap sheets gave few suds and were basically useless.
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