Rockin’ Green Laundry Detergent is an eco-friendly detergent preferred amongst many cloth diapering moms. It is a great detergent for the environment and for your cloth diapers. Rockin Green is free from any harsh chemicals and dyes that would ultimately ruin your cloth diapers. It’s safe to use even on your regular laundry, which is great. With Rockin Green, you can expect no fillers, no enzymes, and no more stinky diapers!
Rockin Green comes in a variety of formulas and scents that are perfect for any preference. They offer specific formulas for every region- Hard Rock, Classic Rock, and Soft Rock. You can check below to see which formula you would need for your area. According to the chart, I would need the Classic Rock formula. I love the fact that Rockin Green took it to the next level when they made their detergents for specific kind of water conditions.
Rockin Green offers the following scents:
- Mighty Mighty Marshmellow
- Smashing Watermelons
- Earth, Wind & Orchids
- Rage against the Raspberry
- Motley Clean
- Lavender Mint Revival
- Bare Naked Babies
There are even unscented versions of the detergent for sensitive skin. I received Earth, Wind and Orchids, Bare Naked Babies, and Rage against Raspberry. The Bare Naked Babies detergent is actually unscented, so it’s great for babies with sensitive skin. My favorite of the three scents was Rage against Raspberry. It made my diapers (and laundry room!) smell so fruity! I loved it. The detergents are great because they pack a scentful punch, without being too overpowering.
With a small amount of detergent used for each load of cloth diapers- 2 tlbs does the job for me- Rockin Greenleaves your cloth diapers squeaky clean and smelling fresh every time! For ammonia smelling diapers (or even just for a good cleaning) Rockin Green recommends that you fill your washer with diapers and hot water, add 3 tlbs of the detergent, and let them soak for at least 30minutes-1hour. If you want to go the extra mile, you can even soak them in the detergent overnight, and then rinse, rinse, rinse. I do a good Rockin Green soak once every month.