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I've used the ecoegg for 2years now with no issues. Love it. No idea how much I've saved on detergent but much more than the egg cost me. I love my washing to smell really fresh so confess to adding a cap of softner with each wash! And would advise to let it dry out on side not just fester in machine between washes as it can smell a bit 'damp' otherwise!
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I used this for a few months after which my clothes developed a horrible smell. Looked into it and many other ecoegg users complained of a similar experience
mayzi21/02/2020 23:50

I used this for a few months after which my clothes developed a horrible …I used this for a few months after which my clothes developed a horrible smell. Looked into it and many other ecoegg users complained of a similar experience


Did your clothes smelly eggy.
wilson921/02/2020 23:54

Did your clothes smelly eggy.


Hey wise guy,it’s no yoke..
I like the idea itself. But I think it is cheaper on Amazon for 12.99 for 270 washes instead of 70 washes? 6.66 with the discount on their website? Which scent people said smelly?
mayzi21/02/2020 23:50

I used this for a few months after which my clothes developed a horrible …I used this for a few months after which my clothes developed a horrible smell. Looked into it and many other ecoegg users complained of a similar experience


I’ve read of similar experiences too. Also there is a lot of user saying that in effect the same results can be achieved by using water alone provided you use an appropriate wash cycle.
Edited by: "deanwall" 22nd Feb
Just replace your fabric softener by a little bit of white vinegar, it does the trick and helps your machine with limescale too
fmo22/02/2020 07:16

Just replace your fabric softener by a little bit of white vinegar, it …Just replace your fabric softener by a little bit of white vinegar, it does the trick and helps your machine with limescale too



We’ve been using white vinegar for a while now and it works really well. We buy a 5litre bottle for just over £5, lasts ages, less plastic and in case you’re wondering, clothes don’t smell like a chip shop!
This breaks very easily. I went through 3 before going back to non bio detergent.
chakalakaboomboom22/02/2020 00:02

I like the idea itself. But I think it is cheaper on Amazon for 12.99 for …I like the idea itself. But I think it is cheaper on Amazon for 12.99 for 270 washes instead of 70 washes? 6.66 with the discount on their website? Which scent people said smelly?


Possibly I didny compare 🙈
rajaneshah22/02/2020 08:37

This breaks very easily. I went through 3 before going back to non bio …This breaks very easily. I went through 3 before going back to non bio detergent.


Mines still as new 2 years later, they're covered by 10yr guarantee though. How did yours break? Only thing I find awkward is opening and replacing the beads!
bigvic22/02/2020 08:23

We’ve been using white vinegar for a while now and it works really well. W …We’ve been using white vinegar for a while now and it works really well. We buy a 5litre bottle for just over £5, lasts ages, less plastic and in case you’re wondering, clothes don’t smell like a chip shop!


White vinegar in replace of all detergent or just softner? I only use softner really for the smell 😬
Same experience as mayzi above. I’m all for trying sustainable ways of doing things but this was completely ineffective for me.
libEL22/02/2020 08:56

White vinegar in replace of all detergent or just softner? I only use …White vinegar in replace of all detergent or just softner? I only use softner really for the smell 😬





Use instead of softener, 80ml works for us. Fabric conditioner isn’t supposed to be used on towels or bedding anyway but white vinegar is fine. Haven’t found a washing powder/liquid better than Aerial yet though...
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