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Cleanliness in stripes: a breath of fresh air on the detergent market

A lot has happened in the colourful world of detergents in recent years. The selection ranges from traditional powders and liquid detergents to more environmentally friendly options. One product that stands out in particular is Washo's washing strips. These are becoming increasingly popular due to their simplicity and ecological balance.

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Easy to use

The user-friendliness of Washo washing strips is particularly evident in their simple application, which makes washing a breeze. The wash strip is placed in the empty washing drum. In contrast to conventional detergents, where dosing is often cumbersome and imprecise, users only need to place one strip in the laundry drum. The laundry is then placed in the drum and the door closed. That was it. Now start the washing programme. The washing strips are suitable for high and low temperatures. Washo recommends washing at lower temperatures to do something extra for the environment.

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What exactly happens to the wash strip?

The strip dissolves completely during the washing process and leaves no residue. Washo does not contain the annoying microplastics found in many other detergents. Washing is therefore an absolutely clean affair. There is no danger of over- or underdosing at any time. A single wash strip is enough for one wash. Washo washing strips make laundry care more efficient and easier. A hectic household is the ideal place for washing strips. With liquid detergent, it can happen so quickly that too much detergent ends up in the machine. This does not happen with Washo wash strips.

For an ecologically clear conscience

The ecological balance of the product is another selling point. The production of washing strips requires less water and energy compared to the production of conventional detergents. What's more, the strips contain no harmful chemicals and are biodegradable. The environmentally friendly packaging can even be recycled. And then there is the most essential element. Transport costs are reduced many times over. The washing strips are liquid-free and therefore X times lighter than conventional detergents in bottles. All in all, Washo washing strips are sustainable. Washing strips also take up almost no space at home. One box is sufficient for 60 washes and takes up just the space of an envelope. No more residues can be detected in the washing machine. There are also no residues of the washing strip left in the waste water. This decomposes completely and leaves a clear conscience for our waters and environment.

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Safety in everyday family life

Washing strips offer a significant advantage over conventional liquid detergents. They cannot leak and spill. This means you can store the detergent a little higher up without it falling on your head or children getting near it.

Wash strips range

Washo offers an extensive range of washing strips and accessories. The Washo wash strips with spring fragrance clearly stand out thanks to their pleasant scent and the positive feedback from customers. More than 40,000 customers already trust Washo wash strips and the number is growing every day.

The detergent market is changing due to the introduction of such innovative products. Consumers increasingly appreciate the advantages of easy handling and ecological responsibility. Washo's washing strips pave the way for a more sustainable and consumer-friendly future of laundry washing.

Insider tips

Washo is currently offering free samples to see the innovative solution for yourself. Incidentally, washing strips are also a great solution for all journeys. Who hasn't heard of this unspeakable detergent in a tube? How many times has it leaked? Washo washing strips are also suitable for hand washing. The washing strip dissolves completely in the lava bath and cleans the laundry easily and effectively.

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