Marseille soap flakes Cotton Flower 4x1kg
Very pleasant scented Marseille soap flakes made by Le Serail from pure vegetable oil.
Genuine pure vegetable Marseille soap is versatile and should be stocked in every household. The soap is traditionally used for the maintenance of Belgian hard stone and other natural stone floors. But is also very suitable for hand and machine washing and other applications. The soap is completely biodegradable and hypoallergenic.
Pure soap flakes
- Suitable for cleaning floors
- Suitable for Machine Wash
- Suitable for Hand wash (makes wool very soft)
- Make your own shaving soap
- Very gentle on the skin without dye.
Mild soft soap based on Coconut and Palm oil. Together at least 72%.
Economical in use. 1 handful of flakes in 5-10 liters of water.
Make your own detergent from Marseille soap flakes:
The detergent of the detergents is detergent made from Marseille soap. Also known as Marsiglia. Marseille soap has a very special but neutral fragrance that lingers in your clothes for a long time and gives you an ultimate clean feeling when you take your Marseille clothes out of your closet or suitcase. It does not look like any other detergent in its distance. It smells very natural.
Note, this is a recipe for 5 liters of detergent, so look for a wide-necked bottle, bucket, or container large enough for that. If possible, take a bucket with a lid.
Take 5 liters of water and let it boil. Turn off the heat and add 80-90 grams of Marseille soap flakes. Stir well until dissolved. Put the mixture in wide-necked bottles. Once it has cooled completely you will see that it thickens. With this mixture, you can also polish natural stone floors, wash hands, etc. etc.
White laundry detergent.
Take 5 liters of water and bring it to a boil. Turn off the heat and add 80-90 grams of Marseille soap flakes. Add 80 grams of pure soda. Stir well until dissolved. Put the mixture in wide-necked bottles. Once it has cooled completely you will see that it thickens.
For cleaning natural stone floors and colored laundry. Let the soda out. The soda will leave stains on the floors and bite the colored laundry slightly.
Use double the amount of 100 ml as a normal detergent.
It is a lot more environmentally friendly than most detergents and it is, of course, a nice bonus that it is also a lot cheaper.
Tip: Run your washing machine 1x per month (hot) without wax and add cleaning vinegar. This keeps your washing machine clean, lime, and grease-free.
For maintenance of natural stone, ask you're supplier for advice.
Never use different products together when maintaining natural stone.
For maintenance of natural stone, only use the soap flakes, do not add other ingredients.
The sum: I buy 1000 grams of soap flakes for +/- 9.75.
100 grams of soap flakes are needed for 5 liters of detergent.
About 10 x 5 liters of detergent can be made from 1000 grams of soap flakes.
100ml is needed per wash.
That is about 0.20 cents per liter of detergent.
Additions of essential oil for the fragrance, soda (white wax only) and sodium bicarbonate make the soap more expensive.
Shaving soap recipe (wet shave). The soap is gentle on the skin.
Take 90 grams of mineral water and 10 grams of Sheabutter and bring it to a boil.
Turn off the heat and immediately add 20 grams of Marseille soap flakes.
Add 5 drops of Tea tree essential oil and 10 drops of Lavender essential oil, you can also add other essential oil as desired.
Mix well with the mixer until the Marseille soap is well dissolved and is foamy.
Put it in a jar, cup, or bowl and leave it overnight.
For shaving; take a little shaving soap from the jar, bowl, or bowl and froth it up with the shaving brush and water in another bowl by making a circular motion.
The Marseille soap flakes are 100% from Marseille soap, pure vegetable without the addition of colorant made in Marseille, France.