| Uses for Pure Soap Flakes
Launder delicate fabrics and natural fibers gently.
• Bathe baby safely.
• Launder babies clothes for extra care and softness.
• Body wash and shampoo for sensitive skin and tattoos.
• Luxurious creamy lather for a natural manicure or
• Bubble bath ~ free of SLS and synthetic surfactants.
• Shampoo pets, show dogs and horses for a beautiful coat.
• Wash boats, cars, motorcycles and be Earth friendly.
• Shampoo wool pads, fine carpets and rugs for longevity.
• Wash furniture and priceless antiques for a natural
• Wash leather and woven cord without drying.
• Wash and clean toys chemically free.
• Wash linens - cotton, flannel and silk.
• Wash cashmere and woollen sweaters.
• Wash cotton and woollen blankets.
• Wash down comforters and jackets.
• Wash wood - oak, pine, teak, walnut, mahogany and cherry.
• Clean musical instruments with care - wood and
|• Launder antique
fabrics, fine lace, and lingerie.
• Clean valuable jewelry ~ see your diamond shine!
• Wash fragile ceramics, crystal and glassware.
• Wash precious china, marble, and porcelain.
• Wash custom window treatments.
• Wash fiberglass, linoleum, and vinyl.
• Wash brick, stone, and tile.
• Clean your fireplace without harsh chemicals. Be amazed!
• Wash walls and wallpaper.
• Clean your refrigerator safely.
• Clean your range and stove top.
• Clean your computer with out static.
• Wash your fruits and vegetables before eating.
• Pure Soap Flake bundles with cotton cloth and wash
• Great for camping ~ dishes, body wash, shampoo, toothpaste
• Crafts ~ holiday frost, ornaments, soap crayons and
• Whip into a lather for creative soap making and craft projects.
• Combine with other natural ingredients for green cleaning.
How to dissolve
Pure Soap Flakes in water:
• The hotter the water the easier to completely dissolve the Pure
• For cold water washing, dissolve Pure Soap Flakes in a small
amount of boiling water, then mix with cold water.
• More Pure Soap Flakes and less water will create a thicker more
• Fewer Pure Soap Flakes and more water creates a thinner less
• Mix ¼ to ½ cup Pure Soap Flakes to a gallon
of hot water.
• Mix thoroughly in bucket or agitate in washer. Let cool for
cold water washing.
• Refer to fabric or product washing instructions. Test in a small
• Always rinse well with clean water. Dry accordingly.
Directions for washing machines and hand launder:
• Use in HE, front and top loading machines.
• One tablespoon (or less) per load.
• For cold water wash, pre-dissolve with boiling water.
• Leaves clothes, linens, and towels wonderfully soft and fluffy!
Green clean naturally with Pure Soap Flakes: Pure Soap Flakes can be used alone or combined with baking soda, borax,
washing soda in different ratios for a more gregarious and specific washing mixture.
Pure Soap Flakes : (soap), molecules of soap
attract dirt and grease on one end, and are water soluble on the other
end. Dirt is forced up and out, and suspended in water until rinsed.
Baking Soda : (sodium bicarbonate), a sodium salt.
Perfect for deodorizing, softening water and scouring. Use ‘aluminum free’ baking soda if possible.
Borax : (sodium borate decahydrate) sodium and boron,
a naturally occurring mineral. It can be used for brightening, cleaning, deodorizing, and disinfecting.
Hydrogen peroxide : (H2O2) use as a safer, and eco-friendly,
alternative to bleach as it works through oxidation. It's water with an extra oxygen.
Washing Soda : (sodium carbonate), is related to
baking soda and much more powerful. It softens water and really cuts through grease and
Vinegar : (acid) a sour liquid containing acetic
acid. It’s the acid that cuts through germs and grease and works as a soap clarifier. It should be mixed with water as a rinse, and not to be mixed with soap as a cleaner.
to green clean, bathe, and launder with
Pure Soap Flakes:
Soap Foamer 8 oz: 1 tablespoons Pure Soap Flakes to 1 cup water. Dissolve 1 tablespoon Pure Soap Flakes with 1/4 cup boiling water (purified is preferred). Stir until clear. Add 3/4 cup cold water. Add essential oils if desired. Pour in to foamer.
Hand & Body Wash, and Cream Soap Shampoo : 1 part Pure Soap Flakes, 6-8 part
water. Dissolve Pure Soap Flakes in boiling water. Pour in the remaining water that is cool. Pour in plastic container
with squirt cap. Let set! Shake as necessary. Add desired essential oils and other natural ingredients.
Basic Laundry Use (dry) : 1 part Pure Soap Flakes,
1 part cup baking soda, 1 part cup borax, 1 part cup washing soda.
Mix ingredients together. Store in a container. Use 1 tablespoon per load, more if necessary when laundry is soiled or super soiled.
Basic Laundry Use (soft) : 1 cup Pure Soap Flakes,
1 cup baking soda, 1 cup borax, 1 cup washing soda. 8 cups boiling water. Mix Pure
Soap Flakes, baking soda, borax, and washing soda. Add boiling water. Mix well. Store in a wide mouth, plastic
container. Use ¼ to ½ cup per load.
All Purpose Cleaning Whip: 1 part Pure Soap Flakes, 1 part water, and 1 part
baking soda. Dissolve Pure Soap Flakes with boiling water. Let cool. Add baking soda and whip with fork. Use on everything from chrome to stone ... tub, tile, sink, toilet,
floors, counters, stain treatment, and cold water wash.
General All Purpose Liquid Cleaner : 1 tbsp Pure Soap
Flakes, 1 quart warm or hot water. To make stronger add: 2 tbsp baking soda, borax, or washing soda.
Dissolve Pure Soap Flakes in water and
add other ingredients.
Glass Cleaner and Everywhere Soap Spray: 1 tablespoon Pure Soap Flakes to a
quart of hot water. Put in spray bottle. Glass and metal sparkles.
Gel Soap / Liquid Soap : 2 cups Pure Soap Flakes, ½
gallon of water. Dissolve Pure Soap Flakes with some boiling water. Add remaining water that is cool. Transfer to a container. For a
thinner soap, use 1 gallon of water.
Brick and Fireplace Soot Cleaner : Dissolve 1 part Pure Soap Flakes in 1-2 parts water making a thicker soap
mixture. Let cool. Whip. Cover the brick completely. Let soak. Scrub with a brush. Rinse
with clean water. Be amazed!
Soap Finished Furniture : Blend equal weights of Pure Soap Flakes and water, purified or reverse osmosis is preferred, in a bowl and cover. Let set over night. Stir with spatula, fork or blend with stick blender. This will thicken and become a gel/cream. Spread soap gel/cream on wood with cotton cloth. Let stand for a minute or two. Wipe off excess with damp cloth in direction of wood grain. Let wood dry and sand with fine sandpaper. Apply a second coat. Can also be used to wash antiques, bamboo, crystal, fabrics, furniture, textiles, wicker, and woods.
your woollies with Pure Soap Flakes
Prepare : Completely
dissolve Pure Soap Flakes in a bucket, basin, or sink by pouring
a bit of boiling water over a small handful of them. Add cold
water and make lukewarm sudsy water.
Launder : Place the wool garment in the lukewarm
sudsy water. Move and squeeze the garment gently through the
sudsy water. Do not rub or leave to soak, this will fray or
weaken the wool fibers. Give extra attention to soiled areas
by gently massaging with your fingertips and moving sudsy
water through the area until the dirt has lifted. Always support
the garment when wet.
Rinse : Thoroughly
and completely rinse with clean, lukewarm water. This will take
a few, maybe more, exchanges of clean water. Add a ¼
cup of white vinegar in the second to final rinse water to ensure
there will be no soap residue by neutralizing any that might
remain. Rinse again with clean lukewarm water. Squeeze gently
to remove excess water without wringing or twisting to retain
the original shape and size of the garment.
Dry : Lay the
garment flat on a clean thick towel and roll it up. Apply pressure
and squeeze, the towel will act as a blotter., pressing as much
of the water out of the garment as possible. Lay the garment
flat to air dry on a clean dry towel, dry rack or dry screen.
Ease the garment back to its original shape and size. Avoid
excessive or direct heat. Do not hang, always dry flat. Never
put wet wool in an automatic dryer, it will seriously shrink.
Be careful to NOT use: too hot of water, too much soap, too much rubbing, too much
soaking, too much vinegar, too little rinsing, too little
Never use bleach
or washing soda on wool, they will damage protein fibers.
If you need a bleaching procedure, hydrogen peroxide can be
used gingerly. It is a weak acid with strong oxidizing (bleaching)
properties. Vinegar and lemon juice can also be used. The minerals
in your water, if you have hard (alkaline) water, can also damage
Wool is a protein fiber and attracts
critters such as moths. A natural and safe way to repel such
a nuisance is to use 100% essential oils such as basil, bay,
cedar, eucalyptus, lavender, pennyroyal, rosemary, or tansy.