Chemicals Found In Most Cleaners Are Dangerous
All laundry detergents on the market include “surfactants” which are used in cleaning products to break down dirt, sweat and everything else you don’t want on your sneakers. Most laundry detergents derive their surfactants from chemicals including quaternium-15 , diethanolamine, petroleum distillates and more, which all are included in the “if you can't say it, don’t use it” rule; These chemicals are linked to skin irritation, liver problems and lung cancer. However, eco-friendly detergents use naturally derived surfactants from plants including coconut oil, such as Reshoevn8r Sneaker Laundry Detergent, which is nontoxic to humans.
Bleach Can Turn Your Sneakers Yellow
Many toxic laundry detergents utilize bleach as an ingredient in their solution. Not only is bleach known to cause eye, skin, and respiratory issues, it can also stain fabrics. Bleach is known to leave behind a yellow residue on rubber, mesh, and leather, which are all fabrics commonly used in shoe manufacturing.
Make The Planet Healthier
Changing to an eco-friendly, and nontoxic cleaning significantly reduces your chemical footprint and reduces the amount of chemicals that are being released into the environment. (YAY!)
Encourage Others To Do The Same
When one person starts using eco-friendly cleaning products, it becomes a chain reaction. Be the start in your neighborhood and make the switch today!
Pick up a bottle of Reshoevn8r's Eco-friendly, Nontoxic Sneaker Laundry Detergent today!