We’re not exactly sure who wants to read a blog about laundry, 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 some tips on getting out the toughest stains, sometimes even an ode to smelly socks. Welcome to a smol blog.


a smolly jolly christmas

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In the run up to Christmas we're here to remind you that lots of wrapping paper isn't recyclable...and it's estimated that a whopping 1 million tons of it gets thrown away in the US at Christmas each year 😱😩 Brown paper, on the other hand, is recyclable and much cheaper! Plus, it can still look beautiful under your Christmas tree🎄🎄🎄 If you want to jazz up your brown wrapping paper a bit, you can always use paint or stamps to bring a bit of color to your gifts! (And, this can be a great Christmas craft to get the kids involved in…...

big is dead, long live smol.

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smol talk

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We’re often fielding questions here at smol (keep them coming) but when we’re not being quizzed for our top laundry tips we’re often asked what does smol actually mean? Does it stand for anything? Is it from another language and just how exactly do you say it out loud? Time then to clear up any confusion, set the record straight and explain the meaning behind the word.smol is something or someone that is extremely small and just completely adorable. Given the tiny size of our capsules, you can see why we felt it appropriate. We’ve probably witnessed most spelled and...

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Big vs. smol

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“Look how big you are!”, “we’re going to need a bigger boat”, “think big” – we’re constantly told how great it is to be big. Tom Hanks famously used a magic genie wish on it. But what if instead of being big, we could have all of the qualities, but in a smaller form? Laundry is infamously synonymous with this notion of big; overflowing piles of clothes, large soap jugs etc. But, at smol, we’ve started the laundry revolution. Think Ant-Man, of the laundry world; all the power of a larger man but concentrated into a smaller one. And, like...

big is dead, long live smol.

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