One of the things that you will notice about True detergent is the fact that is has low suds.
Many people are skeptical that something that a detergent that produces as low of a amount of suds as True laundry detergent, can be an effective cleaning agent – but it is! However, first we need to undo all the programming we’ve been exposed to for generations. We have been taught to equate the amount of suds to the degree of cleaning power. Nothing could be further from the truth. Today’s new, high-tech, High Efficiency (HE), washing machines prove this.
Commercial manufacturers even developed chemicals that would continue to produce suds throughout the entire wash cycle because they did such a great job of teaching us to think that suds meant cleaning action.
These same synthetic chemicals cause a host of skin irritations because they are very difficult to fully flush out. Suds will indicate the presence of a surfactant in the water. By definition: surfactant, (n.) An agent, for example, a detergent or a drug, That reduces the surface tension of liquids so that the liquid spreads out, rather than collecting in droplets. Nearly all surfactants in commercial detergent products and even personal care products are chemically derived. They are a major source for the pollution in our water streams today. Once present, they will infect our water supplies indefinitely.
As a Nation we Americans waist more water than any other Nation. There are a lot of things we can not do to change that.
But using True Detergent for all your laundry needs will truly make a change. Try It