RLR Laundry Treatment
You asked for it, we listened!
RLR Laundry Treatment by Cadie Products makes whites whiter and colors brighter for just a few cents once a month. Not a bleach, bluing, or detergent. Removes dried-in mineral deposits and detergent residue from clothing.
- Makes whites whiter
- Makes clothes brighter
- Fabrics last longer
Remove residue & buildup from cloth diapers and cloth diaper inserts
RLR Laundry Treatment is often recommended as a solution for diapers that smell of pee and have started leaking - which could indicate that they are in need of stripping. RLR Laundry Treatment provides a strong deep cleaning of the fibers, removing dried-in minerals, urine deposits and detergent residue. It also works well with hard water, pulling the built-up minerals out of the fibers and rinsing them away. It is phosphate-free, free of fragrance, non-polluting and biodegradable.
The Once A Month Treatment For All Washable Fabrics...Whites & ColoursRLR is NOT a soap or bleach. It is a Special Treatment to remove dulling dried-in particles from fabric...leaving whites whiter and colours brigher. During regular detergent washing, mineral deposits in the water; dirt and soil sediment; and residual matter from detergents all accumulate in the fabric causing it to look dingy. RLR works by removing these particles from the clothing, holding them in suspension in the water and preventing redeposition so they rinse away leaving fabric looking like new.
When To Use RLR?Whenever your things beging to look dingy. RLR is safe to use as often as you wish...fabrics actually last longer with regular use.
DirectionsOpen package and empty directly on dry or wet laundry in the washing machine. Wash as usual with detergent, softener, etc. as desired. RLR can also be used for hand-washing of one or two small pieces of clothing - just use a small amount in a basin of water.
RLR - For Whiter Whites And Brighter Colours
- No phosphates
The Cloth Diaper Source's SUGGESTION:
Even though this description suggests that it can be used with softeners, cloth diapers should not come into contact with liquid fabric softener or dryer sheets, as a rule.