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Simplify Your Life with all® free clear + My 7 Life-Saving Laundry Hacks #FreeToBe

Simplify Your Life with all® free clear + My 7 Life-Saving Laundry Hacks #FreeToBe


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Simplify your life. It’s a mantra from which we can all benefit. When it comes to household chores, I’ve mentioned before that I’m very big into finding ways to keep our household running smoothly! Anyway, we let our kids play pretty freely – they’re kids, they should be allowed to climb, run, play hide and seek. That means tons of dirt, lots of grass stains and lots of potential for stains on our boys’ clothing.

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My Kids are #FreeToBe Kids 

When it comes to parenting, we want our kids to have fun, but we also pride ourselves in teaching our children to be respectful, and that means knowing that after play is done, there is a need to look presentable. Clean clothes, free of stains, is definitely part of that, along with saying “please” and “thank you” and knowing a proper handshake. And let me just say, the all®free clear brand encourages and allows my kids be kids.  You know why? The products let my kids “live free” from sensitive skin worries and I am “worry free” knowing that I’m using the #1 Recommended laundry detergent brand by dermatologists, allergists, and pediatricians for sensitive skin: all® free clear!

About all® free clear

all® free clear is 100% free of dyes and perfumes. This means no phthalate laden “smells” that last too long, giving some of our family members headaches. My nine year old son and I both suffer from mild eczema and we’ve been using all® free clear detergent for many years now since it was recommended to us by our family dermatologist.  It’s made for people with sensitive skin and for allergy sufferers in my family, it’s our number one choice for laundry detergent! 

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Other benefits of using all® free clear include:

  • Hypoallergenic
  • Clinically proven to be gentle on the skin
  • Actually removes up to 99% of allergens!

What does that really mean? It means if you’re allergic to cats or dogs, and someone lends you their shirt, you can wash it and 99% of those allergens will be gone, which is awesome (especially if you have a family with hand me downs from cousins). Other allergens include: dust mites, ragweed, grass and tree pollen. But since using all® free clear we we are able to finally live free from the irritants and allergens that can get in the way of having fun!

My 7 Life-Saving Laundry Hacks

Since we are on the subject of simplifying life, I wanted to share my very own laundry hacks that I know you can use!


Yes, it is that dreaded day again when you notice the laundry piling up before your very eyes. If you are like me, it is just one of those chores that seems to be at the bottom of my list and also one that I can find many ways to procrastinate. But, what if there were some helpful laundry hacks that could make this daunting task one that is much easier to bare? Check them out below!

  1. Start by sorting laundry throughout the week the easy way by using color coded baskets. One for darks, lights, and even a fun color for your kids.
  2. I only recently discovered that by washing the adult and kids clothes separately, shaves off so much of the sorting time later.
  3. When it comes to the land of the lost socks, try only buying the same brand of socks and either match them up easily or just toss them all together in a drawer. Another great idea for kids especially is to get them those mesh laundry bags for all their socks to wash and dry them in. No more lost socks.
  4. I don’t enjoy ironing so if I can avoid it, I definitely will. Just keep a batch of hangers near the dryer and remove clothes promptly and hang them up on the spot. An easy way to get all clothes to the right bedroom is carry those loads right to the room and fold and put them away.
  5. It also helps to keep a laundry basket for the “must wash now” kind of clothes. For example, school and sports uniforms, work shirts, and any pre-treated stained items.
  6. If you absolutely need to iron, start with a damp shirt. Try spritzing it with a little water.
  7. It’s always a good idea to make it a regular habit to clean your washing machine. Yes, clean it! Just use a mild cleaning solution and scrub the inside tub and get all the nooks and crannies around the lid area too. This goes for your dryer too. Give it a good cleaning and keep the lint trap emptied after each use.


With a simpler laundry routine, we gain time and have less stress. With a simplified life, things get even better. This is why I love that I can head into Sam’s Club for so many of my every day purchases. Buying in bulk means I can make just a few trips each month for most of our necessities, which also saves time and money!

And with a little bit of pre-planning and organization, laundry day can seem less troublesome and tiring. all® free clear laundry detergent products make my life simpler and clearer for sure!  I only want what’s best for my family and I’m confident that by using laundry detergent products from all® free clear, not only will my family look and feel their best, we also live free from sensitive skin worries!

Note: all® free clear is not intended to treat or prevent allergies.

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Jocelyn Brown

A former school teacher, Jocelyn Brown created Hip Mama’s Place in 2007. Her motto for this blog is: get inspired, create and share! Jocelyn loves sharing about food and recipes, crafts, DIY projects and her random travels with her family. She also loves all things social media, but her latest obsession is Instagram.

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  1. Jeanine Carlson
    05/19/2016 / 6:38 am

    I also like taking the lint trap off and cleaning with a long baby bottle brush as far as you can reach. Lots of lint gets coated in there!

  2. 05/04/2016 / 7:19 pm

    I don’t sort ANYTHING. It does make the sorting take longer though… but I use my kids for that!

  3. 05/04/2016 / 5:05 pm

    I’ve never gotten into the laundry pods. I do see the appeal though. I haven’t swtiched detergent in so long – I wouldn’t mind trying another.

  4. 05/04/2016 / 3:36 pm

    Yes to separating everyones clothes BEFORE washing! That has been this years laundry epiphany for me too!

  5. 05/04/2016 / 12:51 pm

    I’ve never tried All Free Clear, but I love the idea of using something that isn’t full of added fragrances. I’m so allergic to scents!

  6. 05/04/2016 / 10:53 am

    I’ve used Free and Clear All before and love it! Most scented detergents smell too strong for my allergies.

  7. 05/04/2016 / 4:17 am

    We have allergies in our household so we are always looking for things with no dyes. Thanks for sharing this with us: I am going to pick some up.

  8. 05/04/2016 / 2:24 am

    I wish we had a bigger laundry room to have a space to hang clothes. All Free and Clear sounds like a great detergent to have on hand with kiddos.

  9. Bri
    05/03/2016 / 8:04 pm

    I would really like to try out all free clear. Sometimes the dyes that are used in detergents irritate my skin and I end up having to rewash my clothes in just water.

  10. 05/03/2016 / 5:29 pm

    We don’t use anything but ALL. I buy it in bulk at Sam’s club.

  11. 05/03/2016 / 5:13 pm

    I won’t use anything different, actually. I started using it last year – during allergy and mud season – and I am glad I made the switch.

  12. Helene Cohen Bludman
    05/03/2016 / 5:11 pm

    I use All because it is hypoallergenic and gets my clothes clean at the same time. Win win!

  13. 04/24/2016 / 12:17 am

    This is the detergent I have used now for 3 years and we love it. No fragrance to irritate our allergies it is such a big relief. I was so hoping this was a giveaway for some!

  14. Amber Ludwig
    04/23/2016 / 1:46 am

    We love All free and clear!! Only detergent I can use that cleans and doesn’t irritate our sensitive skin! And what is an iron?? Lol 😉 I don’t ever iron thankfully!

  15. 04/21/2016 / 10:22 pm

    I love your tips. I also am a huge fan of All. It cleans my family’s clothes great! I agree kids should be allowed to be kids. A little dirt won’t hurt.

  16. 04/21/2016 / 2:33 pm

    My husband and son have very sensitive skin and can only use detergents that a free of all colors and scents. This is a brand we feel good about using in our home.

  17. Rosey
    04/21/2016 / 10:35 am

    I think it’s wonderful that ALL made this version. It’s a nice option for those who are sensitive to chemicals and such.

  18. Ann Bacciaglia
    04/20/2016 / 7:30 pm

    I love learning tips that can save me time. Thanks for the great post.

  19. 04/20/2016 / 7:24 pm

    ALL is definitely a great brand to use, especially when you have little kids. Love your post girl!

  20. Robin (Masshole Mommy)
    04/20/2016 / 12:50 am

    I love All and think it’s a great detergent to use. It’s especially great for those who have allergies.

  21. 04/20/2016 / 12:07 am

    I just bought this! I like the idea of no extra ingredients to irritate sensitive skin which we have in our house. So far we love this detergent.

  22. 04/19/2016 / 11:45 pm

    I have super sensitive skin, to the point where my dermatologist was surprised, and have been using All Free Clear for years now. I can always count on it to get our clothes clean without risking any allergic reaction.

  23. 04/19/2016 / 11:05 pm

    I love your tip about hanging directly from the dryer. That is super smart. I used to do that in my last house but this house doesn’t have room. 🙁

  24. 04/19/2016 / 10:57 pm

    Yes! I stumbled upon the “only kids” or “only adults” loads and it sped up folding and sorting A LOT. I’ll try never to mix them again!

  25. 04/19/2016 / 10:12 pm

    I’ve never tried All Free Clear, but I do love the idea of using something that isn’t full of added fragrances. I’m not a fan of additives.

  26. 04/19/2016 / 10:11 pm

    I have a friend with terrible allergies, and All Free Clear is the only detergent she can use. It truly is hypoallergenic.

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