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Rockin' Green Cloth Diaper Detergent, Classic Rock

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Rockin' Green Classic Rock Detergent ... stinky diapers be gone!

If you're tired of dealing with stinky cloth diapers, Rockin' Green should be on your cloth diaper playlist! It comes in 3 rockin' formulas and tons of sweet, natural fragrances, which is music to anyone's ears.

Classic Rock: This is the sound that started it all. Our original formula is great for diapers and regular clothes. So use it on everything! This formula is designed for those with middle of the road water, not too soft and not too hard. When in doubt start with classic rock!

Rockin’ Green is made of safe, phosphate free ingredients which makes it good for the planet and gentler on your little ones.

Ingredients: sodium carbonate , sodium percarbonate, natural chelating agents, sodium sulfate, bio-degradable surfactants, fragrance oils from 100% essential oils (if scented is chosen)

Size - 45 loads of cloth diapers / 90 loads for standard clothing

Also available in: Soft Rock (designed for those with soft water) and Hard Rock (designed for those with hard water).

A note about Cloth Diaper Safe Detergents:

Please check with the manufacturer of the cloth diapers you choose to use, to ensure your detergent choice won't void any warranty offered. Some manufacturer's have found Rockin' Green may cause premature wear and tear on fabrics, and the use of this detergent may be discouraged.

For a cloth diaper safe detergent that is on the "safe" list of every single cloth diaper manufacturer, consider Allen's Naturally. Allen's is our best-selling cloth diaper detergent for good reason!

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  1. Just okay Review by Tara

    I tried Rockin' Green because it's so hyped up... but wasn't blown away by it. It works just fine, but in comparison to many other cloth diaper-friendly detergents out there, this is over-priced. The scents are yummy though. (Posted on 1/1/11)

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  2. Must have for cloth diapers Review by SK

    I've tried quite a few brands of detergent that are cloth diaper friendly, and I ended up going back to Rock N' Green because it really works the best. Yes, it is expensive, and other detergents work too, but Rock N' Green is by far the most effective cloth diaper detergent.

    I have an HE machine, and I always pre-wash my diapers in cold water. Then I put 2 TBSP of rock n' green in, let the machine fill with hot water, pause the machine to let the diapers soak for an hour, then re-start the machine using the heavy wash setting, hot wash/cold rinse with an extra rinse cycle. My diapers always come out clean and fresh!
    (Posted on 8/8/11)

    Would you recommend this product to a friend? Without hesitation!

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  3. Super detergent Review by Cassandra

    This is a great detergent for cloth diapers, and everything else. I never have to put on an extra rinse to get the detergent rinsed out of the laundry. The scents are nice, but don't go on your laundry, which is great for sensitive skin. I use 1 1/2 tbsp per load in an HE machine. (Posted on 1/2/11)

    Would you recommend this product to a friend? Without hesitation!

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