Product Review: Woolite Laundry Detergent

Confession: I don’t trust my boyfriend to do the laundry. He does a fine job of washing his polos and work khakis, but I’m wary of his inattention to the finer details of laundering girls’ clothes. (Once, he forgot my bras and a linen tank in the washer for over a week.) I love my clothes—my essential striped tees, the perfect chambray shirt that took months to find, my goes-with-everything black cashmere cardigan—and finding out that he’d ruined something irreplaceable would break my heart.

Of course, caring for my clothes goes beyond insisting I handle laundry: it starts with a trustworthy laundry detergent like Woolite, which keeps clothes looking like new for longer by preventing shrinking, fading, and stretching. What’s more, Woolite is compatible with standard and high-efficiency washers and is suitable for hand-washing. The everyday formula is suitable for most clothes, while the darks formula is especially effective at keeping your dark-wash denim and blackest LBDs from fading.

Woolite became part of my careful (or “obsessive,” as my boyfriend calls it) laundry routine during my product test-drive. The routine starts with sorting: darks, lights, machine-wash, hand-wash. Any bras, cotton sweaters, delicate blouses, and lacy items go into special mesh bags to avoid snags. Tees and denim are turned inside-out. Before turning on the washer (always delicate cycle, cold water), I put in just enough of Woolite’s mild, sudsy formula for the load size. While the first load is going, I start hand-washing silk blouses and wool sweaters in a separate basin of cold water with a smaller amount of Woolite. At the end, I air-dry everything—so much gentler than the dryer’s hot, harsh air. The result: clean, soft clothes which look as good as new, with just the lightest of clean laundry scents. Now if only I could learn to entrust my clothes with my boyfriend the same way I do with Woolite.


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Disclosure: This post was brought to you by Woolite via Glam Media Canada. The opinions expressed herein are those of the author and are not indicative of the opinions or positions of Woolite.


  1. I confess that I too don't trust my boyfriend to do the laundry. But that's only because he truly doesn't have a sense of what does and does not go in the dryer. It's okay though, because he does the towels, which ALL goes in the dryer.

    Great post!

    Bold Subtlety

    1. A lot of guys tend to conveniently forget clothes have care instruction tags and toss everything in the dryer. :)


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