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I have been looking for a cost effective solution that will actually work to clean our families bicycle clothes. While in high school, my daughter was in cross country and came home with some foul smelling clothes.
Using a powder instead of a liquid is what her coach recommended, but, the clothes were still not 100% fresh. One day, just for the heck of it, I added some baking soda (equal amount) and this seemed to be the boost that the detergent needed. I have been using this formula for over a year now and this mixture has not had any adverse reaction with the cycling clothes. Clothes now come out of the washer smelling fresh and clean.
Energy efficient washing machines recommend using the lower line of the scoop. By doing this, I am getting 80 washes from the Laundry Detergent. The 13.5 pounds of baking soda is good for 200 loads. Combining these, I can do a full load of sports clothes for less than 10 cents!
- SUN Detergent: $ for 80 washes = $ per load (check latest price here)
- A&H Baking Soda:
$6.00for 200 washes = $0.03per load (check latest price here)
$0.093 per load
For more than a year, I have been using this formula with no adverse reaction to the cycling clothing.
|A. SUN Ultra Clean & Fresh Laundry Detergent with Sunsational Scents, 83 oz. |
B. Arm & Hammer Pure Baking Soda, Bag, 13.5 lbs.
(cheaper if you go to the company’s website and sign up for $1.00 off coupons)
Rating: 5/5 Source: Walmart, Costco, Sams Club, Stores, online
Features: Laundry Detergent combined with Pure Baking Soda takes the ‘cat urine smell’ out of your bicycle/exercise clothes.
How obtained: Purchased from Walmart and Costco
Summary: Really works!
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I have always enjoyed bicycling and, through a series of coincidences, became a Bicycle Industry Consultant and Product Tester. I test prototype products for companies and have published only off the shelf production products on biketestreviews.com.