Washing gel for colored laundry - Mint & Lemon (by weight)
Wash at 20-60 ° C. Designed for all fabrics made of cotton, flax, hemp and textile blends. Not suitable for wool and silk.
Dosage: per 4.5 kg of laundry. For hand washing: 40 ml per 5 l of water.
Machine wash: soft water: 40-80 ml; medium hard water: 50-90 ml; hard water: 80-120 ml.
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Special features of the product
The special energy-saving method of saponification, the use of oils and essential oils from organic farming and a liquid-to-liquid detergent ratio, which are clearly favorable, are excellent features of this product.
Origin and properties of individual components
Soap, sugar surfactant and coconut oil derivatives are mutually reinforcing and complementary in this liquid detergent. In the production of soap, rapeseed oil from organic farming is saponified with the aid of potassium hydroxide by a special process without the application of heat from the outside. Soap as an active detergent in a unique way combines all the necessary properties of wetting the dirt, dissolving it and carrying it. In this effect, the soap is strengthened by sugar surfactant and coconut oil derivatives which are obtained from purely vegetable raw materials of sugar, starch and coconut fat by chemical transformations with the help of acids. At the same time, this combination eliminates the disadvantage of soap, which is the formation of calcium soap, which can settle on the laundry due to inaccurate softener dosing. The alcohol obtained by fermenting vegetable starches serves to keep the detergent liquid and thus allows a high concentration of active detergent.
Compared to all other cleaning agents, vegetable oil soap has the peculiarity that, immediately after use, it combines with calcium content, always present in the wastewater, to form calcium soap and thus neutralizes itself in its surface effect on aquatic organisms (primary degradation). Calcium soap is then 100% decomposed by microorganisms into carbon dioxide and water (secondary degradation). In the process of producing sugar surfactants and coconut oil derivatives, parts are obtained from the vegetable raw materials of starch, sugar and fat, which, however, remain fully preserved in their natural structure. Therefore, it is easy for microorganisms to fully degrade these surfactants. Soap, sugar surfactants and coconut oil derivatives are considered by the OECD to be easily biodegraded.
Note: At temperatures below 10 ° C, the product changes and thickens slightly and becomes cloudy, which when warmed disappears again after gentle shaking.
Principles of organic drugstore SONETT
• The products are 100% degradable, in the order of hours to days they decompose completely into common natural ingredients in water.
• Sonett refuses to use ingredients that are harmful to the environment and human health.
• The raw materials used in the production come from bio-dynamic or organic farming or free collection
• The water used in the production is bio-dynamically rhythmic and mixtures of energetically strong herbs and the essence of precious stones and metals are added to Sonett products.
• Sonett is the only eco-drug manufacturer to hold two eco-certificates.
Density: (20 ° C) approx. 1.02 g / cm³
PH value: (20 ° C, 5 g / l H 2 O) approx. 8.5-9.5
INCI: Aqua, potassium soap *, alkylpolyglucoside C8 – C16 (coco glucoside, lauryl glucoside), sodium / potassium citrate, sodium C12 – C14 fatty alcohol sulphate (sodium lauryl sulfate), alcohol, sulphated castor oil, parfum *, citral *, limonene *, linalool *, dipterocarpus turbinatus balm extract
* certified organically grown