We’re not exactly sure who wants to read a blog about laundry (or dishwashing), but having one helps more people find us on the internet – so every so often we’ll post an update, maybe some detergent trivia, perhaps a joke about non-bio, sometimes even an ode to the dirty dishes. Welcome to a smol blog. posted.


no laundry day

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This National Laundry Day we're asking you to take a load off (quite literally) and join us for #NOlaundryday on 15th April!

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suds in schools

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Many of our amazing customers regularly use our rinse, return and lend a hand scheme for our fabcon and hand sanitiser bottles, helping us to donate packs of laundry capsules to The Hygiene Bank.  Then there’s our all-new donate a wash scheme that has seen so many of you adding a single wash to your own plan (thank you!) so that each time your pack of smol processes you give a laundry wash directly to those in need. Now we’re introducing Suds in Schools… our campaign to raise £10,000 to install mini-laundrettes into schools in need.  This project is something...

big is dead, long live smol.

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Sponsorship that's worth tackling!

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smol could not be more proud to sponsor this incredible and inclusive rugby union club, The Kings Cross Steelers are revolutionaries and sparked the beginning of a growing inclusive rugby movement that now boasts over 80 clubs worldwide.  

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Careful what you wash for...

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Who knew that the very type of clothing we wash plays a large part in how we are polluting the water system? Learn 3 smol ways avoid polluting our waterways when we wash our sportswear from our friends over at ethical activewear brand Asquith London

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What's a carbon footprint anyway?

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What’s it all about?


Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past few years (who could blame you recently) you will have heard of the term carbon footprint


It’s mentioned often but what actually is a carbon footprint? What is it made of, how is it calculated and why does it even matter? We felt it was worthy of a blog.

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