Country Save Detergents - Superior Cleaning Products Since 1977
Country Save Detergents

Country Save on Facebook

Country Save Product Reviews

Country Save Laundry DetergentCountry Save Laundry Detergent Review

I grew up in a large family...8 people to be exact. It seemed like my mother was always doing laundry and that it was a job that never ended. She was constantly cutting coupons for laundry detergent and was trying to find the brand that would give her the most bang for her buck too. I remember looking at the piles and piles of laundry and wondering how she did it all. Now, I am a mom and face these same piles of laundry too. I do laundry probably 3 times a week...which isn't that bad when I look at what my mom had to do. Having small children has resulted in lots of laundry and sometimes, very MESSY laundry too. I don't think I need to elaborate. :)

08/25/2012 | By Sally | In My Opinion...

Full article...

Country Save Laundry DetergentCountry Save Laundry Detergent Review

With two young boys in the house, I'm constantly doing laundry. When I'm out shopping I always look for good deals on laundry detergent and stocking up when I can. I'm not particularly loyal to one brand, but I will only buy detergents that are gentle enough for my boys' sensitive skin issues but tough enough to get out the stains that accumulate during the day. I'm willing to try new brands that I think can get the job done, so I was more than willing to give Country Save a try.

08/22/2012 | By Gina | Simply Stacie

Full article...

Country Save Laundry DetergentCountry Save Laundry Detergent: An Affordable Alternative to Big Brands

There are tons of laundry detergents on the market. From Tide to All, from Cheer to Arm & Hammer, it's easy to get all of these products confused, and to really know which one works best.

Many consumers use the most prominent TV ad to determine which detergent they will purchase, or they'll select a brand because their mom used it regularly, and it was always in their household while growing up.

It's safe to assume that most people don't conduct detergent tests in their home to see which one works best, or even mentally document how good a soap is after a load is completed.

In our effort to examine both new and already established products, ConsumerAffairs informally tested the laundry detergent named "Country Save," that the company claims is far superior to bigger and more established brands.

06/25/2012 | By Daryl Nelson | ConsumerAffairs

Full article...

Country Save Laundry DetergentProduct Review: Country Save Laundry Detergent

Country Save Laundry Detergent has a great story and a great product. Founded by Elmer Pearson of Elmer's Glue fame, it is a small company in the Pacific Northwest that has been turning out environmentally-friendly detergents since 1977.

My favorite part of Country Save is that it is fragrance free, dye free and contains no phosphates, enzymes or brighteners. There's some sensitive skin in our family and I don't like products with lots of ingredients. I'll just add baking soda if I want an extra boost in detergent performance. Take a look at my review and I think you may just find a great basic detergent for all of your needs.

From Mary's Laundry Blog, by Mary Marlowe Leverette, Guide to Laundry

Country Save Oxygen BleachProduct Review: Country Save Oxygen-Powered Bleach

Along with Country Save Laundry Detergent, I also tested Country Save Oxygen-Powered Bleach and it's another great product. Just by following their directions of allowing my laundry to soak for 30 minutes in the oxygen bleach solution before adding detergent, my whites looked great and the colors looked brighter. Oxygen bleach is so much better than chlorine bleach for anyone's clothes who has sensitive skin - including babies. Take a look at the Guide Review and get the full scoop. (pun intended)

From Mary's Laundry Blog, by Mary Marlowe Leverette, Guide to Laundry

Country Save Diapers
Country Save Detergents Country Save Cloth Country Save Laundry