10 Best Commercial Laundry Cleaning Supplies

List Updated July 2020

Bestselling Commercial Laundry Cleaning Supplies in 2020


Dreft Stage 1: Newborn Hypoallergenic Liquid Baby Laundry Detergent (HE), Natural for Baby, Newborn, or Infant, 50 Ounce (32 loads), 2 Count (Packaging May Vary)

Dreft Stage 1: Newborn Hypoallergenic Liquid Baby Laundry Detergent (HE), Natural for Baby, Newborn, or Infant, 50 Ounce (32 loads), 2 Count (Packaging May Vary)
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2020
  • #1 Pediatrician Recommended Baby Detergent
  • Specially formulated for newborn babies
  • Hypoallergenic
  • Trusted by moms for over 80 years
  • Recommended by Pampers

Cart&supply Coin Laundry Cart, Laundry Cart[Charcoal]without Pole Rack (BLUE)

Cart&supply Coin Laundry Cart, Laundry Cart[Charcoal]without Pole Rack (BLUE)
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2020
  • Premium Steel Construction Cart (L27"xW22"xD12")
  • Dual Support Valet Bar for Easy Load and Removal
  • Axel-Guard Wheels protect against entanglement of lint & threads (patent pending)
  • Rounded + Squared Base Frame for Stability and Durability
  • Impact Resistant Corner and Rim Coverage

Dryel at-Home Dry Cleaner Refill Kit - 8 Loads

Dryel at-Home Dry Cleaner Refill Kit - 8 Loads
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2020
  • Safely clean your special care clothes at home
  • Only Dryel has a patented garment bag to harness the power of steam cleaning, and a free spray for removing stains & odors
  • Save on dry cleaning... Dryel Cleans up to 40 garments per refill kit
  • Prevents fading, shrinking and stretching
  • Great for sweaters, blouses, jeans and delicates, even wool and cashmere

Bounce Fabric Softener and Dryer Sheets, Free & Gentle, 240 Count

Bounce Fabric Softener and Dryer Sheets, Free & Gentle, 240 Count
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2020
  • Hypoallergenic, free of any dyes or perfume
  • Dermatologist tested, mild on skin
  • Helps Reduce Wrinkles
  • Controls static cling in fabrics
  • Helps repel lint and hair

18" Professional Microfiber Mop | Stainless Steel Handle | 3 Premium Mop Pads + 2 FREE Microfiber Cloths

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BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2020
  • Professional quality, great for cleaning the home or office. Get your hardwood, laminate, tile, stone and concrete floors clean in a faction of the time with less effort!
  • Included: (2) Microfiber Wet Mop Pads, (1) Microfiber Dust Mop Pad, (1) 6' Adjustable Stainless Steel Mop Handle, (1) Heavy Duty Aluminum Mop Frame. NEW: Also included are 2 FREE Premium Microfiber Cloths!
  • Our microfiber mops clean more thoroughly and more effectively than cotton mops. They're machine washable, much more economical than disposable products. Detailed use and care instructions included.
  • Use the Microfiber Dust Mop to collect larger debris like pet hair, dirt and dust. Use the Wet Mop Pads for a deeper clean. Microfiber cleans more quickly and thoroughly than other cleaning products. Replacement Mops are available. For the Wet Mop Pads search B00ON7M8PG, for the Dust Mop Pads search B00ON8R5EO
  • Start making your life easier, order yours today!

Gain Fireworks In-Wash Scent Booster

Gain Fireworks In-Wash Scent Booster
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2020
  • Get up to 12 weeks of freshness in every load of laundry. (Out of storage.)
  • Gain Original scent freshens every fabric with a bright and energetic scent that's sure to leave you smiling.
  • Gain Fireworks go directly into the washer along with your detergent of choice. Shake in as much as you'd like to give clothes a fresh scent boost. You may find yourself walking around with a dreamy look on your face.
  • Enjoy the matching Gain Original scent in detergent, fabric softener, and dryer bar.
  • Take the great scent of Gain all around your house with products made for a great clean and an even greater scent.

Tide Liquid Laundry Detergent Smart Pouch, Free & Gentle HE, Pack of three 48 oz. pouches, 93 loads

Tide Liquid Laundry Detergent Smart Pouch, Free & Gentle HE, Pack of three 48 oz. pouches, 93 loads
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2020
  • Deeper clean that is gentle on skin. (Vs. Leading national competitor free detergent)
  • A convenient, easy to use pouch that uses 60% less packaging and lets you reuse your empty tide bottle. (Weight vs 50 oz. Bottle)
  • Free of dyes and perfumes
  • Specially designed for he washing machines
  • No.1 recommended by leading washing machine manufacturers. (Based on co-marketing agreements)

30% Vinegar Concentrate - 300 Grain White Vinegar - 1 Quart of Natural and Safe Multi-Use Concentrated Industrial Vinegar

30% Vinegar Concentrate - 300 Grain White Vinegar - 1 Quart of Natural and Safe Multi-Use Concentrated Industrial Vinegar
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2020
  • Natural and safe 30% industrial strength white vinegar
  • Multi-use and perfect for cleaning, laundry, automotive and gardening to name a few
  • Concentrated vinegar is widely used to replace many harmful and expensive commercial cleaning products
  • Made in the USA

Downy Wrinkle Release Spray Plus, Static Remover, Odor Eliminator, Steamer for Clothes Accessory, Fabric Refresher and Ironing Aid, Light Fresh Scent, 33.8 Fluid Ounce (Pack of 2)

Downy Wrinkle Release Spray Plus, Static Remover, Odor Eliminator, Steamer for Clothes Accessory, Fabric Refresher and Ironing Aid, Light Fresh Scent, 33.8 Fluid Ounce (Pack of 2)
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2020
  • All In One: Wrinkle Remover, Static Remover, Odor Eliminator, Fabric Refresher, Ironing Aid
  • Removes most wrinkles without using an iron
  • Great for college students, business travelers, and last minute touch ups
  • Try it on curtains, tablecloths, sheets, pillow cases and more
  • New and improved Spray Nozzle for a More Even Spray

Charmin Ultra Strong Mega Roll Toilet Paper, 24 Count

Charmin Ultra Strong Mega Roll Toilet Paper, 24 Count
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2020
  • 2-ply sheets
  • Clog safe, Septic safe
  • 24 mega rolls = 96 regular rolls (4 rolls in 1)
  • Ultra strong
  • Includes 24 rolls

The Truth About Laundry Detergents

Many commercial products contain toxins and chemicals that can cause more harm than help.

Phosphates
Phosphorus: a fertilizer that causes algae to grow and depletes oxygen out of the water.

Chlorine Bleach
Liquid household chlorine bleaches contain approximately 5% sodium hypochlorite solution. Chlorine bleach liquid and vapors are irritating to the skin, eyes, nose, and throat. Dermatitis may result from direct skin contact. Ingestion can cause esophageal injury, stomach irritation, and prolonged nausea and vomiting.

Lye
Also known as caustic soda, sodium hydroxide, potassium hydroxide, and caustic potash, is commonly used in drain cleaner, oven cleaner, and in some non-phosphate detergents. Lye is extremely caustic. Its chemical action eats away materials (including skin tissue). Contact with skin or mucous membranes causes burns and frequently deep ulcerations with scarring. Mists, vapors, and dust can cause small burns. Eye contact causes severe damage, including blindness.

Ammonia
A colorless gas or liquid. Vapors and liquids can be corrosive causing severe burns and irritation to the skin, eyes, and lungs. Vapors, even in low concentrations, can cause severe eye, lung, and skin irritation. Chronic irritation may occur if ammonia is used over long periods of time.

Phenols
Also known as carbolic acid, is flammable, corrosive, and very toxic. Phenolic compounds have a distinct odor and are used in disinfectants, deodorizers, paints, and as anesthetic for skin.

NTA's
An assortment of toxic chemicals with un-pronounceable names like Nitrilotriacetic Acid (NTA). The Merck Index refers to NTA as a "substance we may reasonably anticipate to be a carcinogen (cancer causing substance.) Amazingly it is still allowed in our laundry compounds. When we consider the residue of caustic detergents, oily-film fabric softeners, and chemical perfumes and dyes, we need to ask ourselves if our clothes are really clean? What are we wearing next to our skin and breathing on our pillowcases?

Phosphates - Why are they used in laundry detergents? The reason is because they soften the water and enhance performance. Phosphates and other caustic ingredients contributed to the virtual death of Lake Erie in the 1970's. These ingredients also contributed to the ruining of Cascade Reservoir in Idaho. In the future the government will be requiring that all manufacturers must remove phosphates from their products. I have to ask the question -- . why hasn't the manufacturers taken the responsibility to remove the phosphates and other caustic ingredients without the government forcing them to do it? We have never used phosphates and caustics for over 18 years in their home hygiene line of products! Unfortunately in the 1980's the general population wasn't concerned about caustic chemicals in their homes or OUR environment.

According to David Kullberg's new publication, House Work May Be Hazardous to Your Health, many areas of the country are requiring laundry detergents to be low-phosphate. Now manufactures replace phosphates with caustics. The misconception now is that low phosphates are safe. They may be safer for the environment, but they are 100 times more caustic than phosphate detergents. Caustics such as Lye (sodium hydroxide or potassium hypochlorite) clean by a chemical reaction that burns or eats away other substances. Caustics also wear out your clothes faster and dull the fabric's colors.

Why would any rational thinking individual want to use the above, when they can use a safer, more effective non-phosphate, non-caustic clothes detergent for about one half the price? Maybe it is because "mom used it and they cannot break their habit"

Phosphates
Phosphorus: a fertilizer that causes algae to grow and depletes oxygen out of the water.

Chlorine Bleach
Liquid household chlorine bleaches contain approximately 5% sodium hypochlorite solution. Chlorine bleach liquid and vapors are irritating to the skin, eyes, nose, and throat. Dermatitis may result from direct skin contact. Ingestion can cause esophageal injury, stomach irritation, and prolonged nausea and vomiting.

Lye
Also known as caustic soda, sodium hydroxide, potassium hydroxide, and caustic potash, is commonly used in drain cleaner, oven cleaner, and in some non-phosphate detergents. Lye is extremely caustic. Its chemical action eats away materials (including skin tissue). Contact with skin or mucous membranes causes burns and frequently deep ulcerations with scarring. Mists, vapors, and dust can cause small burns. Eye contact causes severe damage, including blindness.

Ammonia
A colorless gas or liquid. Vapors and liquids can be corrosive causing severe burns and irritation to the skin, eyes, and lungs. Vapors, even in low concentrations, can cause severe eye, lung, and skin irritation. Chronic irritation may occur if ammonia is used over long periods of time.

Phenols
Also known as carbolic acid, is flammable, corrosive, and very toxic. Phenolic compounds have a distinct odor and are used in disinfectants, deodorizers, paints, and as anesthetic for skin.

NTA's
An assortment of toxic chemicals with un-pronounceable names like Nitrilotriacetic Acid (NTA). The Merck Index refers to NTA as a "substance we may reasonably anticipate to be a carcinogen (cancer causing substance.) Amazingly it is still allowed in our laundry compounds. When we consider the residue of caustic detergents, oily-film fabric softeners, and chemical perfumes and dyes, we need to ask ourselves if our clothes are really clean? What are we wearing next to our skin and breathing on our pillowcases?

Phosphates - Why are they used in laundry detergents? The reason is because they soften the water and enhance performance. Phosphates and other caustic ingredients contributed to the virtual death of Lake Erie in the 1970's. These ingredients also contributed to the ruining of Cascade Reservoir in Idaho. In the future the government will be requiring that all manufacturers must remove phosphates from their products. I have to ask the question -- . why hasn't the manufacturers taken the responsibility to remove the phosphates and other caustic ingredients without the government forcing them to do it? We have never used phosphates and caustics for over 18 years in their home hygiene line of products! Unfortunately in the 1980's the general population wasn't concerned about caustic chemicals in their homes or OUR environment.

According to David Kullberg's new publication, House Work May Be Hazardous to Your Health, many areas of the country are requiring laundry detergents to be low-phosphate. Now manufactures replace phosphates with caustics. The misconception now is that low phosphates are safe. They may be safer for the environment, but they are 100 times more caustic than phosphate detergents. Caustics such as Lye (sodium hydroxide or potassium hypochlorite) clean by a chemical reaction that burns or eats away other substances. Caustics also wear out your clothes faster and dull the fabric's colors.

Why would any rational thinking individual want to use the above, when they can use a safer, more effective non-phosphate, non-caustic clothes detergent for about one half the price? Maybe it is because "mom used it and they cannot break their habit"

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