Laundry: ULAT Dryer Balls ๐Ÿ

Name:ย ULATย Dryer Balls

Products: Wool dryer balls

Manufactured In: Parksville and Vancouver, BC

Where to Buy: Online and retailers

Website:ย ulat.ca

Canadian Owned: Yes

Everything in the ULAT dryer ball is made in Canada, right down to the packaging. In case you weren’t aware, dryer balls are a great alternative to fabric softener sheets. They eliminate static cling, reduce drying time (saving energy and money) and help remove wrinkles from clothes. You can scent them with essential oils if you want some scent in your dry clothes.

Cleaning: Lavo ๐Ÿ

Name:ย Lavo Inc.

Products:ย Detergents, fabric softeners, dishwasher tabs, cleaning products

Manufactured In:ย Montreal, Quebec

Where to buy:ย Various retailers

Website:ย www.lavo.ca

Canadian Owned:ย Yes

Lavo Inc. is a Montreal based manufacturer of cleaning products. They hold several brands across Quebec and the rest of Canada, as well as producing non branded and industrial products. Their brands include:

  • La Parisienne
  • Hertel
  • Arctic Power
  • Old Dutchย  (not the chips!)
  • Springtime
  • ABC

 

Laundry/Cleaning: Eco-Max ๐Ÿ

Name: Eco-Max

Products: Laundry, dish soaps, dishwasher pods, toilet bowl cleaners, carpet cleaners, much more

Manufactured In:ย Mississauga, Ontario

Where to Buy: Online, major grocery stores

Website:ย store.eco-max.ca

Canadian Owned: Yes

The Eco-Max brand is produced by the Prism Care Corporation. It was launched in 2006 to consumers after the success of their commercially-focused cleaning products. Their goal is to produce the best-performing, natural, non-toxic products on the market.

The list of products above doesn’t fully capture their range of products – they have something for basically every home cleaning use.

Laundry: Nellie’s ๐Ÿ

Name: Nellie’s

Products: All-Natural Laundry Soda

Manufactured In: Canada

Where to Buy: Online and retailers across the country

Website:ย nelliesallnatural.com

Canadian Owned: Yes

All of Nellie’s laundry products are bio-degradable, free of toxins, phosphates, and synthetic fragrances. As they rightfully point out, most liquid laundry detergents are at least 50% water, and they don’t believe in shipping water around the world – thus, laundry powder. It’s not entirely clear exactly where they actually manufacture the product, but all indications are that it is made in Canada.