Earth, Wind & Orchids - this scent is flowered with inviting hints of tartness, floral, woods, honeysuckles and sugar.
Smashing Watermelons - this juicy watermelon blend is like a kick to your senses..Best Seller!
Rage against the Raspberry - this raspberry and honey blend will have you running around the laundry room looking for the mosh pit! Best Seller!
Motley Clean - there's clean and then there's Motley Clean. This fresh blend has hints of ocean, fresh linen, and sunshine.
Lavender Mint Revival - this medley of lavender and mint is like nothing you have heard or smelled before!
Bare Naked Babies - because we love the smell of babies, we offer an unscented variety too!
Rockin' Green detergent should be on your laundry playlist! It comes in 3 rockin' formulas (soft rock, classic rock, and hard rock!) and several fun scents, which is music to anyone's ears. It's made of safe, phosphate free ingredients, which are good for the planet, and is great for sensitive kiddos that have trouble with conventional soaps. Best of all, it is totally safe for cloth diapers, so you don't have to worry about repelling and stinkies. In fact, many of my customers love it so much they use it on all their laundry and linens!
Do you have hard water?
We got you covered- this stuff was designed to bust through the minerals and grime and leave you with clean smelling, sparkly diapers and clothes! Without the need for all those extra boosters and add-ons that you are used to using. Just a few tablespoons and you are on your way to clean diapers and clothing. If you have really hard water try Hard Rock!
Classic Rock Detergent
Rockin Green Soap
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My daughter never once had a diaper rash until I used this detergent. Her private area looked red and burned. Our diapers were not any cleaner than they were in the past using our regular baby detergent.
(Posted on 2/19/2017)
I have been using this detergent since they first came out with it. I'm not one to use store bought and like to use detergent for cloth diapers specifically. My husband does not like when my cloth diapers stink or leak on him when he picks up the baby, so I keep rockin green in my cloth diapering routine.
(Posted on 7/29/2016)
I have been using this product for about 8 mo now and at first it seemed to work great. I routinely rinse out any soiled diapers and am sure to wash them every 2 days. After about 5 mo I noticed my daughter started getting what looked like tiny burns along her private area. I stripped the diapers after talking with an employee about my issue. It seemed to work for about 2 weeks but her burn marks never fully cleared up. Long story short I kept stripping my diapers on an almost monthly basis. After trying different things it was assumed that the issue was the diaper detergent was getting everything cleaned out of the material of the diapers (even though they look clean and smelled clean) and was leaving behind build-up. After most recently stripping with RLR I have been able to continue using my Rockin Green detergent and haven't had a reoccurring issue. Overall I love the detergent but it appears that as baby ages and the ph changes in her pee/poo from changes in her diet that a strong stripping aid may be necessary in combination from time to time.
(Posted on 1/3/2016)
We boughtit for our cloth diapers and for a mild detergent for our LO skin originally, but it works great for our everyday laundry too. We pair it with the Funk Rock for diapers and it gets everything clean and smelling fresh!
(Posted on 12/20/2015)
I like this detergent however I feel even after I do the appropriate wash cycle they can still smell a little. So i end up having to strip my diapers every 4 months. But I love it other than that.
(Posted on 8/5/2015)
We swear by our Rockin' Green detergent. The scent is very subtle. Cleaning power is amazing, and no rashes on LO despite not doing an extra rinse when washing diapers. We then dry them in the sun, and they are always perfectly clean and white. We use 2 scoops for about 20 diapers.
(Posted on 5/8/2015)
We love this detergent for our little girl's clothes. My husband is extremely sensitive to scents (perfumes, candles, air fresheners, soaps, etc.), and he is very impressed with this detergent. It works well without being perfumey. Our daughter is exclusively breastfed and it cleans her diapers exceptionally well. I'm not sure how well it will work once she starts eating solids, but we will still use it for her clothing because of how gentle it is. We have tried several scents; we are partial to Motley Clean and Lavender Mint Revival, but we haven't disliked any of them.
(Posted on 1/2/2015)
The only detergent I use with cloth diapers. Used in conjunction with the funk rock ammonia bouncer, smells are never an issue. We have not had any issues with discoloration of diapers. Great variety of scents!
(Posted on 11/24/2014)
Bought this on the recommendation of a cloth diapering friend and it definitely does the job. I use 1 TBS along with 1 TBS of the ammonia bouncer in the prewash and no issues with ammonia smell. Very occasionally there is a bit of a stain left with some of my diapers, but I think I can get rid of those once the weather is nice enough to hang the diapers to dry in the sun.
(Posted on 11/11/2014)
One of the most debated cloth diaper issues is detergent...people either swear by CD specific detergent or grocery store brands. I am not one to risk warranties on the store detergents so I have stuck with CD safe ones and Rockin Green has worked best for us and our wash routine. May not be the same for others but is worth a shot. Would like for it to be a little cheaper but it's not horrible when you can get it on sale or use/earn rewards.
(Posted on 10/3/2014)
We think it is important to use a cloth safe detergent to make our diapers last longer, so we have tried many of the available options out there. Rock n Green just isn't the best. For an EBF newborn, it works fine, but by the time they are about 6 months old you definitely need something stronger. If you only use the recommended amount, the diapers definitely don't get clean. If you double/triple up on the amount, it works a little better, but becomes much more expensive per load. There are much better options out there that actually clean diapers thoroughly and are still cloth safe. (Country Save is our Favorite)
(Posted on 9/3/2014)
I have been cloth diapering for over a year and this is the only detergent I trust. It is safe for my diapers, smells great with natural fragrance, and gets my diapers super clean. I don't even have to bleach my diapers as recommended by my diaper company because this detergent does such a great job. It also lasts me several months on one bag and I wash diapers every other day.
(Posted on 8/23/2014)
After reading a ton of reviews, I chose this diaper detergent to try first. And I'm really happy with it. We've been using it for a month and diapers come out clean, stain-free, scent-free (we chose motley clean). I will purchase this product again.
I know that results may vary based on a million factors, so our situation is: All lil joeys and cotton prefolds, washed daily because we don't have a huge rotation of newborn diapers. We have hard water and an exclusively breast-fed newborn.
(Posted on 4/21/2014)
I bought the unscented detergent and am very satisfied. I wish I got more for the price, but it is effective in cleaning diapers. I love that this detergent does not leave a residue and removes all stink.
(Posted on 3/26/2014)
This product is great! Leaves my little ones cloth diapers clean and free of smell :) The Motley Clean scent smells so clean and fresh. It is not an overpowering scent which is nice. I can't wait to try the watermelon scent next, it's already in my shopping cart.
(Posted on 2/21/2014)