Soap Nuts Powder – Multipurpose Detergent – 140 gr

These soap nuts are already blended into a powder and are a natural detergent that will clean your clothes without harming the environment or your skin. The powder is also good for cleaning your home.

By Move & Wash


Brand: move and wash

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Soap Nuts Powder – Multipurpose Detergent – 140gr

The soap nuts of the Sapindus Mukorossi tree, which grows in India and Nepal, known also as the soap tree, contain in their shells Saponin, a natural cleaning agent with great detergent and degreasing power.

Soap nuts can be as effective as common detergents, but without all the chemicals.
By grinding and filtering Soapnuts, we obtain pure Saponin powder extract, a 100% natural and biodegradable multipurpose detergent that does not pollute the environment.
It’s 100% natural, ecological and biodegradable.
It is organic and hypoallergenic.
It’s vegan and cruelty-free.

Soapnuts’ powder is very easy to use and it can successfully replace all different cleaning products you have at home: It is perfect for washing clothes, dishes, for mopping and for cleaning surfaces, such as cooktops and tabletops.

Instructions for use

In the washing machine: put 1 teaspoon directly into the drum, it cleans and softens and it’s also effective at low temperatures.
hing: 1 teaspoon in a bucket with water; mix and wash to make foam
Dishwasher: 1 teaspoon in the detergent drawer
Hand-washing: Add a little bit of powder to a wet sponge and wash the dishes.
Floor cleaner: Add a teaspoon in a bucket of water and dissolve.
Liquid detergent: Add 4-8 teaspoons in 1 litre of water and dissolve. You can add a teaspoon of Sodium Bicarbonate or Citric Acid, make a gel with Goma Guar, and essential oil of your choice for a nice smell! Shake well before use.

Packed in a glass jar.
140 grams for 40 doses

Store in a cool, dry place. Keep out of the reach of children. Keep away from the nose.

Brand: Move & Wash, a company based in Spain
Soapnuts come from Nepal


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