This duo are the dream team. In this pack you have our real castile soap concentrate and Wendyl’s Natural Recipes for a Cleaner Life. A lot of the Wendyl’s cleaning products recipes call for castile soap. However, real zero-waste castile at an affordable price can be a little hard to come by so we thought we’d combine the two into one awesome package.
Castile soap ingredients:
- Distilled rain water
- Spray-free New Zealand Extra Virgin Olive Oil
- Potassium hydroxide (analytical grade)* no potassium hydroxide remains after saponification into soap and glycerol.
Use/care instructions for castile soap:
- Foaming Hand Soap
The following dilution is recommended. Add 1/4 cup of Castile Soap to a 250 mL foaming soap bottle and top up with cool distilled water. Invert gently to mix.
Note: The product does not have the same shelf-life when diluted.
- Body Cleanser
Tip a small amount directly onto a wet washcloth. You can also use the foaming soap method for this purpose.
- Or use as directed in Wendyl’s cleaning product recipes.
Description of book:
- Natural Recipes for a Cleaner Life – 100% natural, green, healthy and handmade in your home. With over 230 pages packed with hundreds of recipes, DIY hints and great tips to keep your family safe and living a natural, chemical free life.
- This is the ultimate collection of recipes for a cleaner, greener, simpler life – a comprehensive handbook of natural home cleaning products, natural beauty and body products, natural food and natural garden care.
- Natural Recipes for a Cleaner Life includes hundreds of old-fashioned recipes for everything from cleaners to crumpets, soap and seed cake, washing powder to wine and much much more.
Disposal of packaging
- You’re investing in a container that you can use over and over again. You can send your aluminium container back to us for refill. You’ll receive $1 off the retail price of each when you do this 🙂 Get in touch with email@example.com to find out how to do this.
- For tips about disposing of our courier bag check out our postage and packaging page here.