JO'S ECO-LAUNDRY SOAP BAR
This laundry soap has been specifically designed for household use. It is an excellent stain remover. It effectively removes all stubborn stains, including grease, dirty shirt collars, food, wine, coffee, and especially blood. Pretreating your laundry is not just important if you want to rid your clothes of stains and heavy soiling, but also to save energy washing your clothes at lower temperatures.
Laundry soap bars are also very versatile all around the house and handy for household use. The numerous uses include washing dishes, gently handwash textiles (and especially delicate laundry items such as baby clothes, silk, lace, etc.), cleaning the carpet, wiping kitchen surfaces, making insecticides, as well as being an indispensable travel companion.
Our Jo's Eco-Laundry is a cold - processed soap handmade in the UK using exclusively vegetable oils. It is a 100% natural formula, vegan, free from phosphates, optical brighteners, enzymes, parabens and preservatives.
The packaging is fully recyclable or biodegradable.
HOW TO USE
Wet the stained area with cold water, rub the bar of soap over the stain to get a good coating of soap, leave for 10 - 15 minutes and then pop it in the regular wash or hand wash as usual.
VERY ALKALINE: HANDLE WITH GLOVES
A composition according to Regulation EC 684/2004: Soap 76% C>12-22, 2% Perfume, 2% Citrate and citric acid. Sodium Sunflowerate, Sodium Cocoate. Contains Geraniol, Linalool, alpha-Amylcinnamaldehyde, dl- Citronellol.
PLEASE NOTE: This product is not for human or animal consumption
VEGAN - PALM OIL FREE - NO DYES - NO PRESERVATIVES - NO PHOSPHATES - PETROCHEMICAL FREE - COLOURANTS FREE - ENVIRONMENTAL FRIENDLY - PLASTIC FREE PACKAGING -RECYCLED & RECYCLABLE LABELS
Handmade by THE GREEN BOUTIQUE, BN18 0LE Arundel, UK.
WHAT DOES "COLD-PROCESSED SOAP" MEAN?
This soap is the result of a chemical reaction called saponification that occurs between lye and a fat or oil (such as Olive Oil or Coconut Oil). Cold-processed soap, in particular, allows the lye to be neutralized without any outside sources of heat, called “curing”.
Cold-processed soap is made by mixing sodium hydroxide (lye) with water, blending it with fatty oils, and adding essential oils or fragrance. They are then poured into moulds and take 24 hours to become soap (saponify). Once removed from the mould, they dry for an additional 24 hours before being cut into individual bars and flakes of soap.