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20 Mule Team Borax Natural Laundry Booster, 65 oz
- Laundry booster
- Multipurpose household cleaner
- Makes your detergent work better
- Helps make your china sparkle and eliminates kitchen odors
- Helps remove bathroom stains and deodorizes
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Top Customer Reviews
One time I was shopping at local grocery store and I happened to see 20 Mules Borax on the shelf and was reading the box and curiosity was piqued and since it was only 3 dollars for the box, I thought no harm in trying in my laundry. Well, after several washes with noticeably fresh smelling laundry and definitely noticeable white towels with no bleach being used, I was sold on this product.
I highly recommend in using this product. Previously I also used baking soda with my laundry detergent to get the smell out and it did not work as well as Borax.
I use Borax as laundry booster with one of those ecogreen liquid laundry detergents.
I've been meaning to update this review, so that people don't feel like I tricked them. As my review below states, Borax worked when many other methods did not. But just as a full disclaimer, I must admit that the moldy smell did eventually come back to my clothes. When the Borax and detergent alone became insufficient, I added Oxyclean, and that helped for a while too. Ultimately, though, the smell just keeps coming back for me.
I think my situation is unique in that my entire wardrobe was contaminated for almost a year in the place I lived in, so if there is even a trace of mold left on a few items, they infect the rest all over again. Seriously, FIVE years later and I'm still dealing with it every day. Short of throwing out every article of cloth I own, I don't know what to do. The most sincere advice I can give is this: if you have something musty/moldy that you try to clean a few times and the smell persists, admit defeat, treat it like it's radioactive, and THROW IT AWAY IMMEDIATELY.
100% recommended! Honestly, this stuff worked when NOTHING else did. If you have moldy smelling clothes, use this.
I lived in the foggy side of SF for a year and unfortunately had to store my clothes in a wooden closet that smelled musty. As a result my clothes became absolutely saturated with mold, and for the past three years I have been trying to get it out. Honestly, it started out slow and I tried to remove the shirts I smelled that were infected, but eventually it spread to my entire wardrobe.
I tried vinegar, of course, which everyone always suggests. It didn't work a lick, and it's ineffectiveness is part of the reason the mold kept spreading.Read more ›
1. Frontloading washer deodorizer: I have a frontloading washer that I absolutely adore, but I find that sometimes it has a musty odor that transfers to newly cleaned clothing. This especially happens during the summer. I have tried leaving the door ajar when not in use, and I've also tried adding plenty of bleach to my white towels to "shock" it with no luck. There is even an expensive product that is being sold to deodorize your washer. I decided to try putting about ½ cup of Borax into the washer before loading the clothing, and that did the job. No more odor. I only have to do this occasionally to keep things fresh. A cheap and easy fix, and it is also working as a laundry booster at the same time.
2. Flea killer: I lived in Miami for a couple of years and also in San Diego. People in both cities told me that they had the honor (just kidding) of being the "flea capital of the world." When I first moved to Miami, I overheard a woman in the grocery aisle explaining how she was finally able to cancel the twice-per-month exterminator visits to her home to kill all the fleas her little boy was allergic to. Her exterminator finally told her to buy some 20 Mule Team Borax and mix it 50/50 with table salt, sprinkle it all over her carpets, lightly drag a broom over it to help work it into the carpet, and then don't vacuum for at least 3 days.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I am so happy that I have this product. This product has been recommended for quite a few things other than just the normal washing of clothes. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Shannon
Borax is great; however, I was able to get Borax, Baking Soda, and Super Washing Soda for their amazing regular price from Walmart.
Borax ~ $4. Read more
Half a cup of this with half a cup of baking soda with 2 teaspoons ground cloves makes an awesome carpet deodorizer. It had a mild clove scent for about a day. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Sugaard
While the product itself is a great one, I should have looked more closely. I thought the box was a lot bigger and I can't return it with this seller. Read morePublished 11 days ago by Meghan
I actually bought this product as the primary ingredient in a home made termite barrier. Yes ... that's right ... termite protection. Soooo ... does it work? I don't know ... Read morePublished 12 days ago by Charles M. Tarlow, Jr.
works great to sanitize the dog yard now and again to remove the smell. I hose down the gravel afterward to desolve the powder and have it soak in the gravel and dirt under. Read morePublished 16 days ago by Liz Austin