Earth's natural laundry detergent! The abundant nut of a distant tree Soap Berries is the only product in the range not produced by kös. So much do we believe in its simplicity, effectiveness, and at so many levels, its importance, that we're compelled to share! Soap Berries is an equally effective, vastly cheaper, easily transportable, readily biodegradable laundry detergent, requiring no heavy lugging or the manufacture and disposal of millions of tons of plastic containers. Too good to be true? Try it, you will be recommending it too! What has laundry detergent to do with skincare? Clothes, as do the sheets we sleep in, rub against us. Keeping unnecessary chemicals from our skin is always a great idea. Try it, you won't look back.
o Place 6 nuts into supplied muslin bag, knot it well o Toss bag into loaded machine o No need for fabric softener! o Remove soft, clean, scent-free clothes o If using dryer remove muslin bag beforehand o Reuse nuts until they soften (about 8-10 loads) o Use remnants as garden mulch o Refill muslin bag
It's easy to forget that everything about laundry detergent is predetermined by a manufacturers' chemist and that the scent we associate with natural fresh and clean laundry is completely contrived. Organic Soap Berries offers the ACTUAL scent of 'natural fresh and clean: o Wash water assumes no obvious color o Suds while present are not abundant o No overwhelming aroma o Resulting in wonderfully clean clothes A 1lb bag of soapnuts can serve a family of four for about 6 months. Do the math, that's pennies a load!
Sapindus trifoliatus (soap berries)
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