MI Free Laundry Detergents

This list is kept up to date by readers contributing suggestions and pointing out errors and/or changes.  If you know of a product that is MI free, just post it in the comments below.

Arm and Hammer powdered detergent

Charlies Soap (US)
– laundry
-household cleaners

Ecover (UK) – though do note that not all Ecover products are MI free.

Rainett Washing Up Liquid

LemiShine Dishwasher Pacs (US)

Bubble Bandit Dishwasher Pacs (US)

Dawn (hard to believe) PLATINUM ONLY Dishwashing foam(US)

Persil colour protect capsules (UK) * See Patricia’s comment

Morrisons colour protect capsules(UK) * See Patricia’s comment

Surecare Sensitive Super concentrated Laundry liquid (UK) * See Patricia’s comment

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9 thoughts on “MI Free Laundry Detergents

  1. Wanda

    I must say you lists of MI free products leaves a lot to be desired. All every link did was push people to buy your Kindle mini book. Won’t be back here til you have a true list of MI Free products. Very disappointed. If you ever get a printable list e-mail me, otherwise DO NOT CONTACT ME!!!!!

  2. rosemary honeywood

    Agree with Wanda. I suppose you are in the US. Here in France I’ve found one, one only, washing up liquid called Rainett,which doesn’t have MIT included and now it seems they’re making clothes washing stuff too. I used to use shampoo with mit, and wondered why my hair fell out; now I use a cake of good soap!

  3. Rachel Morrish

    What Wanda and Rosemary may want to take note of is that the more MI free products are added to each list, the further down the page the mini Kindle book ad appears. So rather than making entirely unhelpful comments, why not start contributing to the lists?

  4. Patricia

    This is one of the most difficult area’s I’ve found as most washing machine products don’t list the full ingredients. I have been using Persil colour protect capsules, Morrisons colour protect capsules, Surecare Sensitive Super concentrated Laundry liquid ‘with nothing in it to irritate the skin’ but take the precaution of running an extra rinse programme with all of them. Obviously this is expensive and not very environmentally friendly in view of the extra power and water used. Perhaps there is something that can be done to require the full list of ingredients to be displayed on containers?

  5. Colin Post author

    That is a good point about labelling Patricia. It would make so much sense if household products followed the same nomenclature as cosmetics.

  6. Sara Jolly

    I use Arm and Hammer powdered detergent, Dermatologist tested and Free and Clear of perfumes and dyes. I have super sensitive skin and the MI allergy. So far it gets our clothes clean and my skin is clearing up.
    I also wash my hair with bar soap and my hair isn’t falling out any more.

  7. Lisa

    When I learned I was allergic to MI the most difficult product to switch out was laundry detergent, a great majority of products contain the chemical preservative methylchloroisothiazolinone. I have found biokleen laundry liquid does not.

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