Marseille soap flakes for laundry 750 grams
Marseille soap flakes are an ecological and zero-waste alternative for washing your laundry. They also have the typical aroma of old grandmother's clothes , because they are just soap, it's that simple.
An effective, biodegradable and economical way to wash clothes . It contains 10% olive oil that gives it the characteristic aroma and color of Marseille soap.
- Natural and economical
- Environmentally friendly
- 100% vegetable
- Without chemical additives, dyes or perfumes
In a 750 gram cardboard box.
Zero waste packaging.
WHY USE ECOLOGICAL PRODUCTS FOR CLOTHING
Conventional cleaning products use a large amount of toxic chemicals that end up in our rivers. In addition to damaging the fibers of the clothing.
As if that were not enough, they come in plastic containers that are sometimes poorly recycled and end up in our fields and seas where they cause serious ecological damage.
Sodium palmate, Sodium olivate, Aqua, Sodium cocoate (or palmkernelate), Glycerin, Sodium chloride, Sodium hydroxide.
The glycerin contained in these soaps is not added after the fact as is the case with other soaps but is a consequence of the saponification process of the product.
You can use this product to wash clothes in a natural and ecological way, either by hand or by machine.
Also to create a multipurpose and economical cleaning product that can be used to wash floors, dishes or the kitchen.
LIQUID SOAP RECIPE FOR THE WASHING MACHINE
Mix 50 grams of soap flakes in about 2 liters of hot water. Shake well.
You already have a liquid detergent for the This preparation is equivalent to 10 washes in the washing machine.
HAND WASH SOAP RECIPE
Dissolve 10 grams of flakes in very hot water and soak the clothes you want to wash. Rub and rinse.
You can also wash it later in the washing machine, this way you can remove the most difficult stains.
RECIPE FOR MOUNTING THE FLOOR
Pour a small amount, about a tablespoon, of Marseille soap flakes into the bucket of hot water. It is used to mop the floor of all surfaces.