Thursday, December 17, 2009

Monday, December 14, 2009

More ways to be green...

Product displacement: The inside scoop on 9 household items
Switching out some surprisingly toxic household products for cleaner, greener alternatives can help save your health, money and the planet.
By Leah Koenig

Remember the 1980s? Sure you do — it was the decade of big hair, metal bands and acid-wash jeans. 1985 was also the public debut of the hole in the ozone layer. Scientists warned that the layer was being weakened by, among other things, the chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs) found in aerosol cans like the ones used to style the aforementioned big hair. As public pressure to save the ozone mounted over the latter half of the decade, consumers looked to non-aerosol and non-CFC hair products to keep their bangs looking rad without the environmental baggage.

The dirt:
All you need to do is open a bottle of traditional bleach and catch a nose-hair-burning whiff to understand why conventional cleaners are often deadly for humans and the environment. Many of these products contain ammonia, chlorine and petrochemicals, making them, ironically, some of the least "clean" substances on the planet.

Dirt-cheap alternatives:
Some eco-enthusiasts swear by the powers of vinegar and baking soda. From clogged drains to dirty clothes, these two natural cleansers are said to do it all, and for a fraction of the cost of regular cleaning supplies. A number of companies like Method, Dr. Bronner's, Seventh Generation and even Green Works, which was (somewhat suspiciously) developed by Clorox, also specialize in Earth-friendly cleaning supplies. They cost a bit more than a bottle of white wine vinegar, but are formulated to be powerful on dust and dirt and soft on the Earth. Learn more here.

The dirt:
Despite their innocuous name, foam packing peanuts are an environmental hazard. The non-biodegradable peanuts often wind up in landfills or in rivers, lakes, streams and oceans, choking aquatic life. They're also made from polystyrene, which is a known neurotoxin for humans and a carcinogen for some animals. Don't sound so fluffy and fun anymore, do they?

Dirt-cheap alternatives:
Eschew the Styrofoam mess by wrapping your airmail items snugly and securely with old T-shirts or towels before packing them into boxes. Or purchase biodegradable packing peanuts, which break down when they come in contact with water.

If you find yourself on the receiving end of a well-intentioned gift filled with Styrofoam, contact your local UPS or consult with Earth911 about donating your stash for reuse.

The dirt:
The soft, cushy carpeting that covers floors in 60 percent of American households is filled with volatile organic compounds like formaldehyde, styrene and other chemicals that are included on the EPA's Extremely Hazardous Substances list. These chemical fumes can waft into the air, causing indoor air pollution.

Dirt-cheap alternatives:
Avoid wall-to-wall carpet in favor of nontoxic area rugs made out of bamboo, recycled cotton or wool and organic fibers.

The dirt:
Conventional detergents used in dishwashers often contain phosphorus. After the detergents get washed down the drain, they can end up in local waterways, causing excessive algae growth that competes with other aquatic life for oxygen. Some states, like Washington, have actually banned phosphorus-containing detergents from the shelves.

Dirt-cheap alternatives:
Try making your own detergent out of the 100 percent vegetable-oil-based castile soap, which can be purchased in bulk relatively cheaply. Store-bought alternative brands like Ecover, Dishmate and Mrs. Meyers work well, too, but often cost more than their petroleum-based counterparts.

The dirt:
It can take 500 years for a disposable diaper to biodegrade in a landfill. Multiply that number by the number of diapers a baby goes through every day and you have a big, stinking problem.

Dirt-cheap alternatives:
Cloth diapers, largely regarded as the most eco-friendly option, recently got a makeover of their own. Many of today's cloth diapers are designed to fit snugly, and services like Eco Baby take the inconvenience out of rinsing, washing and drying diaper after diaper at home. Alternatively, some parents keep their babies dry in biodegradable flushable diapers.

The dirt:
In our rushed, hectic society, the occasional plastic take-out container can provide a moment of convenience and relief. But according to Ecoagents' Eco-to-Go website, Americans toss out enough paper and plastic cups and flatware to circle the equator 300 times. Additionally, almost a third of the total waste generated in the United States comes from packaging and plastics that take 1,000 years to decompose.

Dirt-cheap alternatives:
Like avoiding plastic bags, eliminating take-out containers from your life takes a little bit of simple planning. Toss a clean Tupperware container into your backpack or tote to use as a doggy bag and, whenever possible, seek out restaurants that use eco-friendly to-go containers made out of recycled cardboard, or plant-based plastics.

The dirt:
Candles add warm light to our homes, but they can also add air pollution like soot and other carcinogens. Many candles' are made from nonrenewable petroleum and have wicks that contain harmful toxins like lead or zinc.

Dirt-cheap alternatives:
Stick to candles made from bees' wax and soy or other vegetable oils that use lead-free wicks. Or, play your DIY card and make your own natural candles or making soy candles.

The dirt:
Like many conventional paper products, paper towels are usually made from virgin wood pulp, which means more trees need to be cut down for each roll. They're also often bleached with chemicals to achieve the clean, white color that Americans have grown to associate with cleanliness.

Dirt-cheap alternatives:
The best spill-sopping muscle may be found in reusable cloth towels. Whether you purchase new hand towels made of bamboo, or favor torn-up T-shirts, eliminating paper towels from your waste stream is easy. If you prefer to keep a roll around for good measure, try Seventh Generation's 100 percent recycled, unbleached variety.

The dirt
The chemicals found in most hair dyes can stress out your hair with regular use, so imagine what they must do to your health and the environment. Many of the (sometimes unregulated) chemicals used in these dyes have been linked to cancer and birth defects.

Dirt-cheap alternatives:
The cheapest and most Earth-friendly option is to decide to rock your grays! If you do want to cover them, try non- (or at least less) toxic hair dyes and hennas made from plant sources like HerbaTint, Rainbow Research or Lush.

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The Laundress on the Sugar & Spice Blog

I have a fear that my clothes will be ruined in the wash.

I can't stand pilling, or discoloration, or that god awful moment when a garment comes out of the dryer shapeless and deformed. *rawr*.

I hand wash everything I can without soap and try to avoid the dryer; but iiieeeee my clothes are in ruins. I feel mortified going out in public with damaged clothes.

Today I think I discovered the solution to my problems. The Laundress NY I intend to spend a good chunk of my christmas money on detergent and stain remover. Oh and my sweaters are callling out for this:

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Check out The Laundress on Denim Therapy's Blog...

My Beautiful Laundress

Posted by Nikki Cho Russo

Finding a perfect pair of denim jeans is like finding that perfect soul mate. It takes a lot of invested time, money and whole lot of trying on. So, once you’ve found “the one” that fits you like a glove, Denim Therapy has found the perfect denim wash to make that love last. The Laundress Denim Wash.

The Laundress has developed The Laundress Denim Wash in a classic scent. Non-toxic, biodegradable and allergen free, this exclusive product blends detergent and fabric softener to clean and soften, giving denim that perfect worn in feeling. And, of course, when the love starts to unravel, Denim Therapy is here to help patch things up. All it takes is a little therapy.

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Wednesday, December 2, 2009


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Tuesday, November 24, 2009


Be prepared with tips from The Laundress!

Do you only serve white wine in fear of your guests spilling? Seriously…Anyone in the know of The Laundress by now would be pouring the Pinot Noir!

Follow our “pit” stain recipe. You can even watch us doing it. This also remedies stains from coffee, chocolate, etc...

Do you have your beautiful antique linens in the drawer because you don’t know how to care for them? Get over it! IF they are antique, they are washable as an antique is PRE-synthetic fabric. Cotton, linen, or silk.

Just make sure to treat as a delicate. Use our Mesh Washing Bags, hand wash or delicate cycle and wash accordingly.

Remember - Wash & Stain Bars are perfect for targeting stains in nook and crannies like lace.
FYI-IF you are guilty of the above and chose dark synthetic linens instead because it is “safer” you will end up with a bigger mess. Synthetic fabrics such as polyester love oil (like dressing) and will be very stubborn to release such stains in the wash.

Do you have a cornucopia instead of your candlesticks in fear of wax dripping? It isn’t that bad. Light up. To remove wax, let it dry and harden. If you are anxious freeze it with ice or in the freezer. Scrape away as much of the hard wax as possible. Use a hot iron with a clean rag in between and soak up the excess wax, swiping the area always with a clean surface of the rag. Finish with some stain solution on the area and launder as normal.

Did you discover your perfectly cleaned and pressed white linens have mystery yellow spots?

We can’t stand this either…Why? We just learned that one of the pesky culprits is storing with starch!

So, to remove - soak well with our Stain Solution on the spots and a little kick of our All-Purpose Bleach Alternative then launder and press. To avoid in future - do not starch when in between using/storing. If you are keeping in a wooden drawer be careful as wood finishes can discolor the fabric as well. Use acid free tissue, acid free boxes, or a cotton protective bag.

The doorbell is ringing, the oven buzzer is going off, and everyone in the house is watching football… AND your tablecloth is a mess just pulled out of the drawer? Well, you’re lucky, even Lindsey’s 4 year old nephew can “operate” the Crease Release. Spray and hang!

You love your in-laws but...your house stinks from the family’s famous recipe! Just grab the Fabric Fresh and spray!

You pulled it all off….you are ready to serve your prize holiday meal - rip off the apron and your dress is now stuck between your legs! Don’t drop your dish, just put it down. Take Static Solution and spray a few mists in between you & the fabric.

Happy Holidays from The Laundress!
We are eating out!

(Just kidding.)

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Monday, November 23, 2009

Our products are at LARK...

New Arrivals: The Laundress

The Wash and Stain Bar is fantastic for all around stain removal, we find it is also a great way to keep white shirts white.

The Wool and Cashmere shampoo will keep your woolens soft, and smelling of cedar.

Remove pilling and keep your sweaters looking like new with the Sweater Stone.

For our current range of The Laundress products available online click here.

For a much wider range please visit us in person. New items will be posted online shortly, if you can't wait feel free to send us an e-mail at:

Wednesday, November 4, 2009

Check us out on the Spruce up your Life Blog!

We love the posting that the Spruce up your Life blog just did on us - click here to check it out!

The Laundress in Nancy Koltes Linens

Check out The Laundress at the Nancy Koltes Showroom at 900 Broadway, Suite 201!

The Laundress at Hirshleifer's

On October 22nd, Lindsey & Gwen attended the Hirshleifer's launch of their new concept ETC - a space tres hip, presenting an ever-changing assortment of hand-selected personal and home luxury items of the moment.

Gwen & Lindsey with Lori Hirshleifer


Here is this week's question and answer:

Q: "Hi there! I am so excited to have found your products through JCrew. I buy all my work clothes from them because I only wear natural fibers – silk, cotton, wool, leather, linen. I have some pretty pricey suits from their collection and want to take great care of them but HATE the dry cleaning expense. I already hand wash my own sweaters but I am wondering if I can use your shampoo and hand wash my wool gabardine suits, press with care, and not compromise the structural integrity of the items. Thoughts?" -Thanks! Amanda

A: "Hi Amanda, totally can. Lindsey and I actually wash all our blazers in the machine. Delicate/wool cycle/in our mesh bag with the Wool & Cashmere Shampoo. Obviously if this is too much you can hand wash. Hang to dry and steam well. The steamer makes it all come together.
Happy Laundering!" -Gwen

If you have a laundry-related question, "Ask The Experts Gwen & Lindsey" on our website.

Friday, October 30, 2009

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The Laundress Baby Collection: Eco Fabric Care For Your Baby

Want your baby’s clothes to smell just as good as he or she does? Try the baby collection from eco-chic laundry care company, The Laundress. It has a sweet, but light scent that you and your little ones will love.

Plus, everything is non toxic, biodegradable and allergen free — so you don’t have to worry about harming your baby’s skin.

The collection includes a stain-fighting detergent made with optical brighteners and color guard, a softening fabric conditioner, recyclable dryer sheets free of the carcinogenic ingredients found in other brands and a anti-bacterial fabric spray formulated to remove odors.

The line ranges from $16 to $19.50. It’s definitely pricier than store bought brands but aren’t your little ones worth it.

View it here.

Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Our Bleach Alternative is featured in Real Simple Magazine!

Facts you should know about our All-Purpose Bleach Alternative:

-Non-toxic, non-abrasive, environmentally-friendly household cleaner
-100 percent Sodium Percarbonate -- 2X concentrated
-Non-Toxic, Chlorine Bleach Free and Degradable
-Can be used to pre-soak clothing or added to the laundry cycle for added cleaning power
-Effective in all water temperatures and systems
-VOC, Phosphate, Phthalate and Dye-Free

To order, click here.

** Don't forget, enter "realsimple" at check-out to save 20% on our entire until November 7th!

The Laundress is in November's Allure Magazine

Read our interview with Allure Magazine here.

Monday, October 26, 2009

The Laundress is featured in The New York Times Style Magazine


The Samurai Shopper is harboring a wee crush on Robert Pattinson, teen-throb star of ‘‘Twilight’’ and ‘‘New Moon.’’ True, Pattinson’s less a menacing vampire than a really hot Boy Scout in need of a bath, and nowhere near as frightening as Joan Allen’s zombie mom in ‘‘Pleasantville.’’ A perfectly coiffed paradigm of the Ike-and-Mamie era, Allen’s fashion-plate lady kept house like no flesh-and-blood woman I ever knew. That demure domesticity prompted many boomer babes to vault the white picket fences and escape similar, Betty Crockered fates. Cooking and cleaning were heinous enough, but ironing clothes? The worst. The Samurai Shopper was one among many yearning to sink her teeth into meatier challenges.

Ironing symbolized dead-end drudgery for me until ‘‘Hairspray’’ came out, wherein Ricki Lake got her hair ironed directly on the ironing board. That looked like fun. Even though my hair needed no ironing, my clothes were a mess. Having sold out to steady paychecks, I was still bankbooks away from having Mme. Paulette service a single garment. That required disposable income and more numbing chores, this time in an office where crisp shirts were de rigueur. To break free of housewifey bondage called for housewifey measures. But pumping iron proved immensely satisfying once I got over the male/female, upstairs/downstairs stigma. All that intense hand-eye coordination and blinkered focus cleared my mind of niggling minutiae. And what’s better than putting on a freshly ironed, still-warm shirt? Besides almond croissants? Even now, especially now, ironing dissipates lots of stress. Chew on this: we’re stoked by achievement and glittering prizes, by the prospects of handing over our dirty laundry to others. So we iron to economize and discover a peculiar refuge from the lacerating effects of overweening ambition. Thus irony — and Zen — infuse our lives with risible absurdities.

But which irons? You’d think we’d be spoiled for choice, but selections in the U.S. disappoint. Sleek, ultramodern-looking irons with all the bells and whistles are common in Europe. Here, most irons would be easily recognized by Dagwood and Blondie, with a few improved safety features added. There’s automatic shut-off, tempered soleplates, easier maneuverability. But an iron with all of the above and futuristic good looks is perhaps asking too much. Panasonic’s 360 Degree Quick comes close. It’s a silver Jet Ski with a titanium-covered soleplate that puts some glide in the ride. Ample steam holes minimize do-overs, and Panasonic’s transparent body reveals water levels clearly, to better avert scorching or running on empty. It’s self-cleaning with an anti-calcium system, so nothing stands between you and your Calvins.

Oliso’s Smart Iron boasts an auto-lift system that kicks in with every stop and go. No need to set the iron on its heel; placed face down, one automotive grunt drops miniature stilts that prop the iron up till you’re ready to roll. Grab the iron and the guards disappear. Steam horizontally, vertically and continuously; once you syncopate the stop/go and steam release, feel free to whistle while you work. One act of dithering, though, and the Oliso mutinies, dropping its guards at the slightest brush. So get a grip and tell it who’s boss. The filling spout is awkwardly placed under the handle and the Extreme Steam guzzles water madly, but experience will teach you when to tank up. Oliso hates distilled water, so try sprinkling some sniffy ironing elixir from

DeLonghi’s Pro300 sits on a capacious steamer that exerts tremendous pressure when green-lit. Steam holes only dot the iron’s prow, but the staccato bursts are very effective, easily aimed and fired. For delicate items, hold things up and steam through without elbow grease. The cork handle is a huge plus: the lack of water gauge, a huge minus. Though its diagrams and instructions are puzzling, press on. Just don’t store until the unit’s well cooled.

The baddest boy on the block is Rowenta’s Pressure Iron and Steamer, the Hummer of all irons, dedicated to serious wrinkle demolition. Though it takes time to crank up, 1,750 watts of power go full tilt after that. There’s a well-angled rest atop the steam tank. Alas, no water gauge, so fill to the max and be prepared to quit when the well runs dry. Rowenta plays its own oceanic symphony too, but it’s the reassuring sound of force gathering momentum. It’s Iron Man! And me without my little French maid’s outfit.

Finally, Brookstone’s Steam Bug, a mini-iron in a pouch with a teeny filler cup, is irresistible, a press to impress. It works, it’s travel friendly, cuter than a teenage vampire, and it lacks the stately solidity of professional appliances. I plan to take it everywhere I go, just as soon as I bust out of my apron, hairnet, rubber gloves and saddle shoes.

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Thursday, October 22, 2009

The Zoe Report

We're excited to share that we're featured in Rachel Zoe's "The Zoe Report" today.

Check us out and save 15% on all of products by entering "zoe" at check-out by Sunday!

Monday, October 19, 2009

Guest Blogger - Fabrice from Le Labo

We're happy to introduce Fabrice from the fragrance house Le Labo as our second guest blogger.

Most of you by now that we teamed up with Le Labo Fragrances to create our Rose 31 Signature Detergent:
If you haven't tried it yet, we promise you won't be disappointed - it smells amazing!

Here we are with Fabrice at our launch party:
We love how you can create a made-to-order fragrance just for you or you can buy one of their amazing signature scents like Rose 31!
Visit their store at 233 Elizabeth Street in NYC or order online here for more.

Smell my detergent...

I was excited when Gwen and Lindsey came to us last year to explore the idea of perfuming their detergent.

We are always interested by getting out of the traditional "spray" gesture to use perfumes...perfuming a detergent was a stretch we were excited to try.

After the first formulation and our own experimentation with the Signature/Rose 31, the results we so stunning that we were afraid our clients would stop buying our perfumes and only take showers with the Laundress detergent to perfume themselves...

And that's exactly what happened !

No, not really... but the success of the product, in difficult economic times, still surprised us and we learned a lot from this experience. Mainly that people respond very well to creativity, especially when they need to be more careful: they are willing to buy less, but to buy better...
And they also value these special initiatives that the "big brands" can't propose to them because if they are not too big to fail like some, they are often too big to be creative...

Like Le Labo, The Laundress has decided to be great instead of big...

That's why the sweet smell of their success is even more agreeable to our nostrils !

Keep on washing girls !!!

Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Washing with The Laundress

Lindsey selling and giving demonstrations to friends from the West Coast at our New York showroom:

Tuesday, October 6, 2009

Guest Blogger - Julie Naylon

We're so excited to feature our first guest blogger - Julie Naylon of No Wire Hangers. Clearly, we're big fans of hers as we've shared some of her tips with you before.
Be sure to follow her blog for more eco-conscience postings and get organizing! ;-)
xo, Gwen & Lindsey

Steps to Green Clean and Organize Your Closet by Julie Naylon of No Wire Hangers

Fall is in the air and there is no better time then now to revamp your closet. Whether you live in New York or Los Angeles a change of seasons means a rotation in the closet. The truth is that we only wear 20% of our clothes 80% of the time. The rest hangs there taking up valuable space and clogging up your closet. Here are some steps to help you get organized greenly.

1. Sort and Categorize - Take everything out and sort clothes according to type. Sweaters, jeans, short sleeve and so on. Also while you are at it if you have any wire hangers jabbing at you pull those out and recycle them.

2. Wear it or Share It - Once everything is separated its time to purge. Start with one category at a time. I highly recommend you try everything on. Clothes hang completely different on you than on the hanger. Look for anything that needs mending or items that could be altered. And don’t forget your shoes! See if they could use a shine and check the soles for wear. Everything in your closet should be ready to be worn so make sure everything is clean.

3. Align and Redesign - Now its time to reassemble your closet. Look for what I call prime real estate, the easiest and most accessible sections of your closet. This area should contain the items that you wear the most. Everything else should fall into place according to what works for you. You can hang clothes by type or by color. The most important thing is to make it work for you. That way it will be easier for you to keep it organized.

Once your clothes are put away all that’s left is your unwanted clothes. If you need the cash you could sell them or just make a donation for a tax write off. Here are some options for you but its best to see what’s available in your area by doing a quick internet search for resale clothing. Or check out for where to donate.

To Sell:
Buffalo Exchange
Cross Roads Trading

To Donate:
Dress For Success
The Glass Slipper Project
Good Will or The Salvation Army

Lonny Mag - exclusive discount

Have you read Lonny yet? We love it!!!

We're so excited to have been a part of the first issue - did you see our ad? There's an exclusive coupon for Lonny readers so be sure to check it out.

A huge congrats to our friend Michelle and her partner-in-crime Patrick for creating such a fantastic online magazine!

Thursday, September 24, 2009

Gwen & Lindsey on Fox News!

Check out Gwen & Lindsey featured on the Fox News story "Dry Cleaning on the Cheap."

Tuesday, September 22, 2009

Get your sweaters ready for fall with our Sweater Service...

The Sweater Service is a convenient national hand washing service offered by the experts in laundering. The Sweater Service enables you to care for your items and the environment at The Laundress instead of the dry-cleaner. No other service will treat stains, hand wash, de-pill, steam and wrap your winter wools or summer cashmeres in such a way.

Simply send in your items to The Laundress’ “laundry room” via UPS, DHL or FedEx. We will then go to work on getting your pieces looking and feeling just like the day you bought them, using our skills and products to clean and preserve the natural fibers of even the most delicate of yarns. We will then ship your items back to you in our cotton hotel laundry bag, free of charge.
Click here for more information...


We love cashmere and want the best for it. This sublimely scented, ultra-gentle spray (developed specially for J.CREW by The Laundress New York) harnesses the antibacterial properties and refreshing scent of ylang ylang, citrus and other essential oils to repel moths and keep your cashmere fresh and clean in between washings. Nontoxic. Biodegradable. Allergen free. USA. 4 fl oz/125 ml. Catalog/ only.
Click here for more...

Wednesday, September 16, 2009

Get your new fall scent at Bergdorf Goodman...

Lindsey loves Kilian's Prelude to Love...

Tuesday, September 15, 2009

Recycle your Unwanted Clothes in NYC...

Think twice before tossing your clothes in the garbage. Each year two quadrillion pounds (that's a two with fifteen zeroes!) of used clothing end up in landfills and that’s only in the United States!
Did you know how long it can take textiles to degrade if they are thrown away?

Luckily, there are better solutions than just tossing out your old clothes...

Gwen went to the Green Market at Union Square and discovered the company Wearable Collections that recycles your unwanted clothing in the NYC area and donates to charity:


For where and when to recycle your textiles, click here.


Q: Why a textile recycling program?
A: 5.7% of NYCs residential waste stream consists of textiles like clothing and towels. All told, New Yorkers discard 193,000 tons of textiles every year in NYC, at a cost to taxpayers and our environment.

Q: What items are accepted?
A: Our collections accept clean clothing, shoes, bedding, linens, hats, handbags, belts and other textiles.

Q: What happens to materials donated?
A: Materials are sorted into different grades including usable/non-usable, cotton scrap, cotton blend scrap and synthetics. These commodities are then sold for reuse or to recycling markets that turn materials into wiping rags, fiber for car seats and insulation.

Q: Is my donation tax deductible?
A: Yes! Your contribution to the program directly benefits Council on the Environment, Inc.

Q: What if I can't make it to these collections?
A: If you are unable to attend our weekly collections, contact Wearable Collections at 646-515-4387 or info (at) to see if you are eligible for a home pick up. Better yet, visit to find out how to set up a textile recycling program in your apartment building!

Q: Can my business bring items to the drop-off sites?
A: NYC law requires businesses to recycle textiles if they comprise more than 10% of the company's total waste stream. Visit NYCWasteLess to find a vendor.

Thursday, September 10, 2009

The Laundress in Paris

Lindsey at the Maison et Objet Show in Paris...
Our clothespin chandelier by Chandi Design...

Wednesday, September 9, 2009

Introducing The Laundress Stain Brush!

We wanted to make removing stains even easier with our natural horse hair stain brush. Just add The Laundress Stain Solution to the brush and rub into the stain. Gentle and effective. Made in USA. Click here to order!

Visit the Madeleine Vionnet exhibit at the Arts Décoratifs Museum

When: June 24th, 2009 - January 31st, 2010
Where: Musée des Arts Décoratifs in Paris
Opening Hours:
Tue-Fri 11 am - 6 pm (until 9 pm Thu)
Sat & Sun 10 am - 6 pm

Lindsey went last week and loved it...

"She is considered an artist of the fashion industry. The best dressmaker of her time, using only wooden mannequins and drapping the fabric - no buttons, zippers or corsets. Madeline is to dressmaking as Picasso is to art. The styles are so feminine and stylish still today."

Online reviews for Signature Detergent

The Laundress Signature Detergent, Classic, 33.3 Ounce Bottle Reviews...

The Laundress products are great. The scents are amazing, especially Classic and Cedar. I have allergies and don’t like overly strong scents, so these scents are perfect because they are light and fresh smelling. It’s just the right touch of fragrance to my laundry and is SOO much better than Tide smell and gets the job done. I recommend everyone try this product!!!
The Laundress signature detergent makes doing the chore of laundry more fun. The scent is incredible and my fiance also noticed the new scent in my clothes. I can’t wait to wash my clothes again!
Great product and a good scent. If someone doesn’t like the scent, that is certainly his or her opinion, but smelling like Tide or a dryer sheet doesn’t really do it for me. Above and beyond that however, the product really works well. This product is now a staple in my laundry room.
Outstanding product. No residue with a clean fresh scent. I recommend this product above all laundry detergents. I will use no other!
I absolutely love the smell of this product. The only reason I’m not giving it five stars is because of the price. For a large load, you have to use more than they say in the directions (1/3-1/2 a cup, rather than 1/4 cup), so the bottle really does not go very far. But if you can afford this, it is a fantastic luxury
This detergent has changed my life. My clothes smell amazing and actually look clean. I can’t believe I’ve ever done laundry before The Laundress. I’ve never written a review before, but I just had to for this product. The Laundress is a must buy
Mmm- It’s fresh, clean, and delightful. The other upscale laundry brands can’t even compare; I’ve tried every one! Laundry is a chore, but The Laundress makes my clothes clean and sweet. I’m hooked!


using The Laundress Crease Release


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