ECO-RECIPES — WASHING MACHINE
Soap flakes are just grated bars of soap. They are basically shredded soap to make it easier to dissolve in water. I was first introduced to the idea of soap flakes when I started my non-toxic journey. I have been using and then making my homemade laundry soap for the past five years.
WHAT ARE SOAP FLAKES?
Soap flakes are just grated bars of soap. They are basically shredded soap to make it easier to dissolve in water.
What is it a laundry sequestrant? Sequestrants are used in detergents in order to reduce the level of ions in water. The properties of these ions are modified, and as a result, we obtain a higher efficiency of the cleaning processes.
Did you know that a good laundry trick is to throw two USED TENNIS BALLS into your washing-machine drum?
Soap nuts (also known as washing nuts or soapberries) are dried fruit shells that contain real, natural soap. They are 100% natural and a good, environmentally-friendly alternative to chemical detergents.