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That Red House Soap Berries

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That Red House Soap Berries

from 16.50

Do your laundry naturally and without plastic bottles.

That Red House certified organic Soapberries are the dried shell of the fruit of the Sapindus Mukorossi tree.  The berries are exceptionally high in 'saponin' which is nature's soap, and can be used in replacement of dishwashing liquid and fabric softeners.

Completely chemical free, grey water safe and septic safe. 

Intructions for use:

  • Place the equivalent of five whole soap berry 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.

  • If you prefer a scent on your laundry, pop a few drops of your favourite essential oil on the wash bag (such as lavender or eucalyptus).

  • 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.

 

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Do your laundry naturally and without plastic bottles.

That Red House certified organic Soapberries are the dried shell of the fruit of the Sapindus Mukorossi tree.  The berries are exceptionally high in 'saponin' which is nature's soap, and can be used in replacement of dishwashing liquid and fabric softeners.

Completely chemical free, grey water safe and septic safe. 

Intructions for use:

  • Place the equivalent of five whole soap berry 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.

  • If you prefer a scent on your laundry, pop a few drops of your favourite essential oil on the wash bag (such as lavender or eucalyptus).

  • 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.