All posts by LOADS Fundraising

What is most important when you buy products?

In order for importance from most to least, what is the most important feature of a product or method of manufacturing that is most important to you, when you determine what product to buy?

What makes you buy a product over the other?

1. American made. The entire process of designing (the designers), the manufacturing, the packaging, and the business aspects, are all completely done on American soil, not hiring any offshore entities or workers that do not live on American soil nor pay American taxes.

2. Sustainability. Everything about the product, from the workers that created it, to the packaging, to the product itself, all live according to nature’s laws, reducing their footprint and impact on the earth, and giving back to the earth from the creation, to maintenance, to the dissolution parts of the cycle of the 5 elements of the earth.

3. Economically Affordable. The product has been carefully designed and thought-out, so that as little overhead and extra work is needed, intelligently lowering the end pricing of the product itself, providing affordable solutions to everyone while still providing quality, effective products.

We’d love to hear from you! Please send your responses and comments to and we’ll send you a sample set of our Alondra Laundry Detergent Powder Pillows, all in compostable packaging.

RSS Twitter LinkedIn Facebook Email

INTRODUCING our latest Alondra Household Cleaning Products

Our Laundry Detergent Pillows was first introduced in 2014.  A single dose of 7x more concentrated detergent inside a biodegradable water soluble film.

Here at WET International, we’ve been busy creating more environmentally friendly products to simplify your life.  Less mess & Less hassle!

Check out our YouTube video of our New Line: Alondra Household Cleaning Products

For More Information, please visit our website:

Or Contact us at:

Like our Products?  Follow us on Facebook!



RSS Twitter LinkedIn Facebook Email

Are you ready for the 2015-2016 school year?

It’s that time of year again.  Families are hustling & bustling, squeezing every last second of freedom to get some family fun time in before it’s too late. The days of homework, pop quizzes, essays, and exams are fast approaching.  Relaxing summer days are beginning to slow.  The season of upgrading your look for a good 1st day of school impression is underway.  From back-to-school clothes, shoes, backpacks, and a new haircut; all the kids, teachers, even parents want a fresh new look. Continue reading

RSS Twitter LinkedIn Facebook Email

Wash your Back-to-School clothes before you wear them! Prevent Rash and Disease

Those back-to-school clothes that you and your children are all excited to show off may look bright, freshly picked and inviting to the touch, but the clothes you just bought carry many skin-irritants.

Some common skin-irritants are: crab lice, infectious disease, scabies, fungus, flora and other germs.

Furthermore, regardless of the fiber, whether it be synthetic or natural, the weaves of the threads carry germs that have been picked up in the process from manufacturing, to sewing, to shipping and handling. Various irritants have been added to the fabric themselves to prevent fungi from breeding such as formaldehyde resins as well as certain clothing dyes.

These irritants are for preventative and protective measure of the clothing, so there is not much we can do about that as we want to prevent fungi from forming!

The best solution is to simply wash your clothes once or twice before you wear them the first time to wash out any excess dye or skin irritant with a hypoallergenic detergent. No need to wash out tough stains, but rather to purify the fabric.


RSS Twitter LinkedIn Facebook Email
Photo courtesy of bravotv

16 Undeniable Signs you’re A PTO Mom

Every PTO mom has one thing in common: They put their child first to provide them with the best education as possible.  All mothers love & nurture their children, but PTO moms are the superwomen who can juggle everything all at once without breaking a sweat.  They dedicate time and commitment to contribute the best way possible for their child’s school.  PTO moms are the soccer moms that rule the Parent-Teacher Organization at school.

Here are 16 undeniable signs you are a PTO MOM: Continue reading

RSS Twitter LinkedIn Facebook Email

5 Reasons to Shop at Your Local Farmers Market

Farmers Market1. Shop locally, and build the local community that you live in.

You are your environment and your environment is you. By shopping locally, you are building a sense of community and camaraderie, thereby increasing the local happiness factor.

Continue reading

RSS Twitter LinkedIn Facebook Email

How to Boost Sales for your Next Fundraiser

Boost SalesLooking for an upgrade to skyrocket your fundraising sales?

On the hunt for an easy fundraising idea that not only helps you out, but is also beneficial to the donor?

If you answered YES to any of these two questions, LOADS has the PERFECT fundraising opportunity for you!!

Continue reading

RSS Twitter LinkedIn Facebook Email

How Many LOADS Does it Take to Get to the Bottom of a Laundry Detergent Bucket?

Tootsie Pop - How many licks does it take to get to the center of a Tootsie Pop?

Remember the famous 1970’s commercial with the curious little boy and Mr. Owl, the wise?  “Mr. Owl, how many licks does it take to get to the center of a Tootsie Pop? . . . The world may never know.”

So, how many loads does it take to get to the bottom of a Laundry Detergent Bucket?

Continue reading

RSS Twitter LinkedIn Facebook Email

Fabric Softener: High Efficiency?

Washing Machine SafeTo go easy on the marketers who print the High Efficiency label on rinse cycle fabric softeners, we will say its only purpose is to let the consumer know: It is safe to use fabric softener in a High Efficiency laundering machine.

Continue reading

RSS Twitter LinkedIn Facebook Email

Laundry Detergents: Cold or Hot Water?

Hot vs. ColdIt is simple, the higher the temperature of the water the fastest the laundering reaction. But how does the water get hot? Energy is consumed to bring the temperature of the water to the required level. This process costs money to most of us using electricity or gas to heat the water. This should be considered when calculating the total cost of the process. The indirect environmental effect of energy consumption is also to be considered, for while it seems a small impact for an individual, consider the environmental cost when millions of user a doing their laundry with hot water, therefore consuming tons of fossil fuels.

Continue reading

RSS Twitter LinkedIn Facebook Email