Grab Green Debuts New Stoneworks Laundry Pod Collection

March 6, 2017

MaddieBrit Products, the creator of Grab Green—Beautifully Simple Home Cleaning Products—today announces the launch of its latest innovative laundry detergent pod collection, Stoneworks. 

Grab Green Stoneworks Laundry Detergent truly stands out from the crowd with packaging that speaks to the senses and sensibilities of millennials, recyclers, upcyclers and outdoor enthusiasts.

Cost-effective and environmentally-friendly, Stoneworks’ warm, earth-hued paper sack packaging is constructed from Kraft paper and printed with water-based inks. Each package features custom hand-drawn illustrations and is finished with touches of metallic accents. 

Stoneworks features a unique collection of invitingly earthy scents that narrate the experience of a stroll through nature—beginning with the light and floral Rose Petal, leading to fresh & fruity Olive Leaf, transitioning to warm and life-affirming Birch Branch and venturing to bold and spicy Oak Tree. The new line is rounded out with fragrance-free Rain.

The Art of Cleaning: Stoneworks Brand Attributes 

Among Stoneworks many notable attributes: 

  • Made with more than 94% naturally-derived ingredients

  • Packed with a powerful blend of plant and mineral-based agents that clean, remove odor, fight stains and naturally soften

  • Free of harsh, harmful chemicals or additives such as phosphates, phthalates, chlorine, dyes or masking agents 

  • Are a safer choice with naturally-derived POWDER, not concentrated chemical filled pods 

  • Formulated for both standard and high-efficiency machines

  • Individually pre-measured for convenience (each package is good for 50 loads and the pods dissolve easily)

  • Never Animal-Tested

  • Proudly made in the U.S.A

Grab Green’s Stoneworks is now available at, and retailers such as Jewel Osco, Bristol Farms, and Central Market. 

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