The soap that cleans laundry, removes bad smells of your hands and used for bathing kids and grown-ups! The soap is suitable for sensitive skins
We don't remove glycerin from the soap when it is made, to make sure it is gentle on your skin. You have the option available for glycerin added soaps, to be even more gently on the skin. Sensitive skins may prefer unscented soaps. These soaps have been cured for more than a year and are without fatty residue.This is traditional 'boerseep' or soap that has been used for generations to remove stains from laundry.
To remove ingrained laundry stains
rub the wet soap into the stain and leave the garment to dry in the sun for two to seven days. If the garment is delicate, let it sit in a place out of the sun. Wash the garment with the rest of your washing to remove the stain.
To protect paint brushes
after removing paint with thinners or turpentine, rub the brush with our soap and leave it to dry on the bristles. When you need to use the brush again, simply brush out the soap that dried on the bristles. This prevents the brushes from becoming hard and unsuitable for use.
Romans 15:3 Each of us should please his neighbor for his good, to build him up. Bear with the failings of the weak, not to please yourself. For even Christ did not live to please himself
Ingredients: Lard or tallow, Sodium Hydroxide (washing soda), glycerin, essential oil