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Laundry Detergent Refill

Wool Delicate

Take the risk out of washing wools, silk and precious fabrics with this powerful, yet gentle 8x eco concentrated, plant-based wool wash. Suitable for front and top loader machines, this high-performing laundry detergent is a better choice for your clothes,, skin, planet and hip-pocket.

The benefits.

  • 65 loads per bag (approximately $0.35 per wash)
  • Suitable for front and top loader machines
  • Perfect for cold or hot water washing
  • Greywater and septic safe (100% biodegradable ingredients)

What goes in.

Nonionic Surfactants, Anionic Surfactants, Alkaline Salts, Organic Enzymes, Wild Water Natural Fragrance (Essential Oils: Lemon, Bergamot, Clove Leaf, Nutmeg, Lavender, Geranium, Cedarwood, Patchoul), Preservatives.

What's kept out.

Synthetic scents, synthetic dies, optical brighteners, parabens, and phosphates.

Did you know?

Did you know that many commercial laundry powders contain toxic chemicals, like 1,4-Dioxane? These can transfer to your clothes and cause side effects just by being in direct contact with your skin. We’d rather our wardrobe without the eye, nose and lung irritation, thanks.


Made in Melbourne.

Hot tip.

Pretreat any heavy-duty stains on the go with our stain remover applicator bottle, or at home with an extra squirt of laundry liquid straight onto soiled fabric. 

The Dirt Company

It’s 2016 and Frankie, Josh, Tom and Bill are wondering why they have to wash their clothes with detergent that’s ridiculously expensive, riddled with synthesised chemicals, housed in plastic and doesn’t particularly work that well. So, they set out on a mission to make laundry products that do less harm — and do their job. They formulated a solution using pure and powerful ingredients, then designed a minimal bottle to store it in. The Dirt Company delivers an innovative, useful and thoughtful laundry essential that’s good for the earth, and will sit damn pretty on the washing machine. Even better, they donate 50% of profits to The Ocean Cleanup, an organisation that cleans up (and diverts) plastic from our oceans.