June 19th, 2015

The Laundress

I love a good tip, so when a reader (thank you, Paula) mentioned The Laundress products (twice), I had to check them out. I’m hooked.



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Leather jacket


Cropped corduroy pants


Able boot




Embroidered bag


Shearling-lined boots




Mini tote


Sweater dress





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  • I have the stain remover and it’s excellent! The packaging is very nice!

    Sue TothJune 20th, 2015  7:34 AM

  • I’ve been using the delicate wash and the wool and cashmere for probably 15 years and won’t use anything else. I use them in the sink. I’m definitely going to try the stain remover now and am curious is anyone uses the denim wash and what they think.

    JenniferJune 20th, 2015  8:32 AM

  • Yes, I’ve been using their cashmere shampoo for a long time – it’s great!

    Lauren@StyleseerJune 20th, 2015  8:47 AM

  • Their cashmere spray is also perfect! I’ve been using it for 2 years.

    JessicaJune 20th, 2015  10:00 AM

  • Good to hear about the cashmere wash. I’ve wanted to wash cashmere items for a long time, but held off our of fear.

    AprilJune 20th, 2015  10:19 AM

  • Hi,
    We can purchase this range in australia thanks to sass and salter in Geelong. Cuts out dry leaning if you follow the girls how to videos.
    Great products all round ,,

    GillyJune 20th, 2015  10:57 AM

  • Started using The Laundress products just a few weeks ago. Game changer! They’re available on FreshDirect, by the way.

    Mary LouJune 20th, 2015  2:27 PM

  • I’m a huge fan of the full line and use Stain Solution, Delicate Wash, Denim Wash, and Wool and Cashmere Shampoo religiously (always in the washer, usually in mesh laundry bags). I’m convinced it’s preserved the life and softness of my lingerie, sweaters and jeans. Great laundry and cleaning accessories too.

    Lisa MacJune 20th, 2015  2:34 PM

  • Thanks, Preston! I have had incredible success with the Stain Solution, on both new and old stains. I could write a book of examples of how it rescued clothing, table linens, bed and bath linens, etc. It is the cornerstone of the line. I have had great success laundering almost all of my cashmere. Sweaters that have ‘stretch’ in them are not as reliable, but anything 100% cashmere, especially good quality cashmere, will launder beautifully. Line dry, or block/shape a bit with your hands and lay out to dry on a fresh white bath towels, out of direct heat or sunlight.

    PaulaJune 21st, 2015  10:32 AM

  • Washing cashmere sweaters works very well indeed. I started 10 years ago when I had a baby who like to suck on shoulders and the thought of him injesting dry cleaning chemicals made me shudder. I started using baby shampoo, then moved in to the Laundress products, and have not dry cleaned a cashmere item since. Always on the coldest, most gentle setting, in a mesh bag, or by hand. Reshape and dry flat and the results are great. This works even for very fine gauge cashmere. But if you mess up and wash in warm water, you will have clothes for teddy bears. I’ve had great success with all the other laundress products-all that we use in our house. The bleach alternative and stain remover are lifesavers. The only thing I don’t love about it is the scent of some of their products.

    Kic fanJune 22nd, 2015  6:08 AM

  • I’m a faithful user of the wash and stain bar!

    joannawnycJune 22nd, 2015  7:10 AM


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