Review: Rockin’ Green Laundry Detergent

By Kristie Turck •  Published 08/02/10 •  2 min read

Last updated on April 24th, 2022 at 09:08 pm

We did a Laundry Detergent Cheat Sheet a little while ago and while publishing it, I was introduced to Rockin’ Green by a reader.

Our Take on Rockin’ Green Laundry Detergent

Rockin’ Green is no secret to some cloth diapering moms out there, in fact, it’s one of the preferred laundry soaps. It’s a simple formula. Designed to just clean and does not leave any residues behind as many detergents can.  If you are a cloth diaperer, you know that a residue on your cloth diapers reduces the effectiveness of the diaper.

Rockin’ Green comes in 3 formulas that are tailored to your water type or skin sensitivity but they are all gentle and safe for use on baby clothing and diapers.

Granola Babies sent me a bag of their Classic formula and I got to work trying it out right away.  I should note that I am not an exclusive cloth diaperer.  I’d like to be but it just doesn’t work out that way for us all the time.  However, I do use a few and I also use cloth swim diapers.

I tested it out on my stash and also gave it to my husband to test it on his stinky gym clothes. I then tried it out on my kid’s laundry.

We do a lot of laundry around here and after all my tests I have to give Rockin’ Green a huge thumbs up.

It worked stellar on my cloth diaper stash.  No residues, no smells, just clean clean clean. The same went for my kid’s laundry.

Everything came out looking great and just smelling totally clean and not masked with fragrance.

Rockn Green Ingredients click here.

My husband had some trouble using it on his gym clothes but that’s because he did it wrong and put too much in and (hello! A little patience!) he didn’t have much success.  So I tried it out myself and lo and behold, his gym clothes came out stink-free.  This is nothing short of a miracle since his gym clothes (he’s an avid runner) are really foul.

GET IT!

You can pick up Rockin’ Green from the manufacturer’s website or on Amazon.

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