Flakes


The Marseille Soap Flakes

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Our Flakes are made with the traditional Marseille soap reduced to chips for a very practical use for laundry.

These flakes based on 100% vegetable oils dissolve easily in hot water for hand washing or to prepare your own natural liquid laundry detergent.

These flakes of pure soap are recommended for hand washing delicate fabrics (wool, silk, lingerie), as well as for cleaning of sensitive people clothes (babies, skin reactive ...).

These flakes are available from 1 lbs (453g) and more in sachet.

 

How to do your laundry with soap shavings from Marseille?


Doing your own laundry is economical, environmentally friendly and above all better for your health.

Put one cup of chips to dilute in 1 gallon of hot water.

Stir and melt the chips for 3 to 5 hours, stirring occasionally so that the chips are well diluted.

Add water until you find the right consistency.

Shake well before use.

Put a cap (if you have put your mixture in an empty old laundry container) or a small glass of laundry at each wash.

Do not put too much to avoid too much foam. It would not rinse well enough.

Better to put a little less initially until you find your ideal dose of laundry.

 

Precautions

  • Keep out of reach of children.
  • Do not swallow.
  • Avoid contact with eyes.
  • We do not recommend the use of Marseille soap flakes directly in the washer because there is a risk of bad dissolution (especially at low temperature) or to clog the machine.


Our Flakes are available in four kinds: three with fragrances (Lavender – Rose – Cotton flower) and one natural without fragrance in which you can add white vinegar or essential oils of your choice.

 

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