Organic Soap Berries (Soap Nuts) Natural Laundry Detergent 500g

Organic Soap Berries (Soap Nuts) Natural Laundry Detergent 500g

vegan palm oil free

ThatRedHouse Organic Soapberries or Soap Nuts are the natural alternative to traditional fabric softeners and laundry detergents. Harvested from the Sapindus Mukorossi tree, these fruits are a 100% natural way to wash your clothes. Can also be used as a concentrated all purpose liquid soap. 500g = approx. 180 washloads.

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you are making a difference:

  • Supporting the 'Grow Nepal' initiative which creates a future for the Nepalese people, and protecting the trees helps reduce deforestation in the Himalayas.
  • Reducing pollution by using a raw plant product with almost no processing or packaging and that is fully compostable.
  • Completely chemical free, grey water safe, septic safe.
  • No plastic bottle - calico bag can be reused and nuts can be composted at the end of use.

Intructions for use:

  • Place the equivalent of five whole shells in the small cotton bag provided.
  • Add bag to normal washload and remove when finished. 
  • Use warmer water for heavily soiled loads (40-60 degrees).
  • Re-use the same shells for approx. four more loads.
  • When finished, shells are thin and brittle, at which point they can be added to your compost to break down naturally.
You can also make a multi-purpose liquid by boiling the berries for 15 minutes, and use the liquid for anything, from shampoo to a cleaner.

features:

  • The dried shell of the fruit of the Sapindus Mukorossi tree is exceptionally high in 'saponin' which is nature's soap.
  • Money saving. Soapberries cost around 10c per wash load for a 1kg bag. Compared to conventional washing powders, they can save you a great deal over the course of a year. Data supplied by That Red House.
  • Hypo-allergenic. Perfect for those with sensitive skin or allergies.
  • Anti-bacterial, anti-fungal and odorless.
  • Packaged in resuable draw string bag with small wash bag.
  • Not tested on animals.
  • Safe for babies and children.

dimensions:

500g (180+ washloads).  Includes two small wash bags.

100% Australian owned company.

USDA and ECO CERT certified organic.

  • Shop by your values Synthetic Fragrance Free, Petrochemical free, Toxin free, Plastic free, Certified Organic, Zero waste, Compostable
By Karli M. on 10 July 2017 :

Title : Meh
Comment : I bought these and used the whole bag because I refuse to waste things, but after the second round of laundry everything started taking on a very stale smell. They were not effective in cleaning my kitchen cloths that need a bit stronger of a clean. I cannot get the bad smell out now and had to stop using these.
(Organic Soap Berries (Soap Nuts) Natural Laundry Detergent 500g)



By Kristen B. on 20 June 2017 :

Title : Great alternative
Comment : Tried a sample and was really happy so bought a bag. Find with the farm water supply I'm on they don't last as long and don't always get rid of strong odours (I use a little natural scent with them) but still a good alternative to mainstream laundry products, particularly for soaking and for things like towels and sheets.



By Elizabeth S. on 14 Jan. 2017 :

Title : If you're thinking about trying these soapberries- do it!
Comment : Have been using these for the laundry and they work wonderfully. Really easy to use and great that they come with two calico bags- it lets me rotate them so they dry out between washes. I use with scented essential oil.



By Glenys J. on 10 July 2016 :

Title : Best ever alternative to detergent
Comment : These are amazing. Gentle on clothes and skin, no nasty artificial smell and super efficient at cleaning. Highly recommended



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