.34 a pod
Dropps natural oxi booster pods are the ultimate way to remove tough stains, eliminate odors, and whiten whites. Dropps color safe, chlorine-free bleach alternative compliments your wash with extra stain-fighting power that is natural, non-irritating, and hypoallergenic.
Note: Dropps Oxi Booster Pods are color-safe, however, not all clothing is colorfast. Before using the product, please remember to test for colorfastness in an inconspicuous area. For best results, wash on cold water and use our cold water washing pouch.
Sodium Carbonate (processing aid, CAS# 497-19-8)*
Sodium Percarbonate (oxidant, CAS# 15630-89-4)*
Itaconic Acid Co AMPS (polymer, CAS# 1052620-22-0)*
Trisodium Citrate Dihydrate (chelating agent, CAS# 6132-04-03)*
Alkoxylated Alcohol (surfactant, CAS# not available)*
Subtilisin (protease enzyme, CAS# 9014-01-01)*
Silicic Acid (chelating agent, CAS# 1344-09-08)*
Tetraacetylethylenediamine (oxidant, CAS# 10543-57-4)*
Alpha Amylase (enzyme, CAS# 9000-90-2)*
Polyvinyl Alcohol Film (PVOH) (synthetic water-soluble film, CAS# 9002-89-5)
*Denotes plant or mineral origin.
Dropps pod membrane is a water-soluble film made of polyvinyl alcohol (PVOH). When the film dissolves in your washer and enters the water stream micro-organisms (including bacteria, yeasts, and fungi) that commonly exist in water treatment plants are capable of breaking down polyvinyl alcohol to water and carbon dioxide.
We receive a bulk order of pods in a plastic bag within a cardboard box. The cardboard box is reused or recycled and the plastic bag is repurposed or recycled through Terra Cycles plastic box program.
Dropps believes that individuals and families can take simple steps to replace everyday products that are both eco-responsible and economical - which, if multiplied across a multitude of individuals and families, can have a measurable impact on the planet.
We're all connected: All living things are inextricably interconnected, and it is every human’s responsibility to leave the planet a better place for future generations. You can help by making small, easy changes that, in the aggregate, can have a big impact on our environment.
The problem: An estimated 17.6 billion pounds of plastic enters into the marine environment from land-based sources every year – roughly equivalent to dumping a garbage truck full of plastic into the oceans every minute.
The Solution: Solving the plastics problem in our oceans will ultimately take concerted action from companies, governments, and advocates like you. Reduce your intake of single-use plastic, recycle when possible, and support companies that offer eco-responsible alternatives.