Keep out of reach for children.
Soap, produced from coconut- and palm core oil >30%
Alkaline, pH about 9,5 in the usable dissolution.
Around 15g per 10 liters of softened water.
Around 35g per 10 liters of non-softened water.
A correct dosage is cheaper and minimizes stress on the environment.
Regular wash: Soap Flakes can be used for washing all types of textiles in hand. Clothes that are very dirty can soak for 15 min if the colors can endure it. Wool and silk should never be soaked.
Fine wash: Soap Flakes are very well suited for fine washing Icelandic wool, spun wool, and similar that cannot be greased out. Press the washing water through the clothes. Do not rub it as it can hurt the felting of the wool. Rinse the clothes careful 3 times with water that has the same temperature as the washing water. Centrifuge gently or roll the clothes into a terry towel and leave it for 2 hours. Pul the knitted clothes out to the right shape and leave it to dry on a big towel. Knitted clothes in wool may not dry in the sun, at high temperatures, or in the dryer.
Floors: The soap water can be recommended for untreated and lye treated wooden floors, unglazed tiles, shale, granite, marble, terrazzo, and linoleum. Use around 15g for 10 liters of warm water. An overdose of soap flakes will leave greasy floors. Floors made of stone material and linoleum can with time become greasy of too much soap wash, in that case use a universal cleaner for washing the floor once in a while.
Furniture: It is best to clean untreated furniture of wood fx oak tree and pine tree with soap water. For tables with linoleum coating soap water is also ideal. Leather furniture can also be washed and treated with soap water.
Jewelry: Dirty jewelry can also be washed in soap water. Use a soft broom, rinse with luke warm water and polish with a soft cloth.