Customer Review

Reviewed in the United States on January 31, 2019
Pictured is a food stain that didn’t come out in the laundry.
I wanted to love this laundry soap. I love the smell of patchouli.
Unfortunately, it doesn’t clean anything. If you are a pristine, clean, elegant person then it may work. But for me- Ms. Pitstains MessyEater- it isn’t enough.
Adding more soap won’t help cleaning; it’ll only leave residue.

Furthermore the patchouli smell wanes with the rinse cycle. The idea of a natural, patchouli scented laundry soap is appealing. But when it doesn’t clean and the smell doesn’t linger; what’s the point?
There is none. Don’t pay extra for something that doesn’t do its only two jobs: clean your clothes and leave them smelling nice.

Contrastly, I’ve used a smaller bottle of the frankincense laundry soap by this brand. It seemed to work better. But that was years ago.. perhaps their formula changed and cheapened.
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Bea
2.0 out of 5 stars Doesn’t work
Reviewed in the United States on January 31, 2019
Pictured is a food stain that didn’t come out in the laundry.
I wanted to love this laundry soap. I love the smell of patchouli.
Unfortunately, it doesn’t clean anything. If you are a pristine, clean, elegant person then it may work. But for me- Ms. Pitstains MessyEater- it isn’t enough.
Adding more soap won’t help cleaning; it’ll only leave residue.

Furthermore the patchouli smell wanes with the rinse cycle. The idea of a natural, patchouli scented laundry soap is appealing. But when it doesn’t clean and the smell doesn’t linger; what’s the point?
There is none. Don’t pay extra for something that doesn’t do its only two jobs: clean your clothes and leave them smelling nice.

Contrastly, I’ve used a smaller bottle of the frankincense laundry soap by this brand. It seemed to work better. But that was years ago.. perhaps their formula changed and cheapened.
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