Olive Laundry Liquid for Wool and Silk
30–40 °C (85–100 °F)
120 ml NET 4 fl oz (US)
1 litre NET 34 fl oz (US)
10 litres NET 338 fl oz (US)
20 litres NET 676 fl oz (US)
Indicated for delicate laundry, wool, and silk, up to 40 °C; to be used in the washing machine as well as for manual washing.
Suitable for HE washing machines.
Application / Dosage:
4.5 kg washing machine:
Hardness ranges soft and medium: 60 ml
Hardness range hard: 90 ml
Fill into the detergent compartment of the washing machine. Do not squirt concentrated washing liquid onto the dry laundry. Doing so might discolour delicate fabrics.
1 litre of Olive Laundry Liquid for Wool and Silk is sufficient for 17 loads of washing of approx. 2.5 kg each, in the hardness ranges soft and medium.
Down jackets and pillows:
Laundry Liquid for Wool and Silk is quite well tolerated by down. Note: Whilst drying, down must be continually moved in order not to stick together.
Unless otherwise indicated, please proceed in the following way:
Add 15–30 ml per approx. 5 litres of water to the running water, and then place the garments into it. Move very gently only. Rinsing water and wash water should be of similar temperature in order to prevent temperature shock.
Sonett Laundry Rinse: Fill into the softener compartment; revivifies the brightness of delicate colours, helps to rinse out detergent residue more thoroughly, and smoothes fibres.
Aqua, potassium soap*, alkyl polyglucoside C8–16, alcohol, potassium citrate, perfume* (fragrance), linalool*
Rapeseed oil /sunflower oil soap: Vegetable oil, saponified with potassium hydroxide, serves to intensify the washing performance. In addition to flax and sunflower, rapeseed is one of the few oil-yielding plants which are cultivated for oil production in our temperate central European climate, and are also certified organically grown.
Ethanol: It is derived from fermentation of starch-containing plants such as maize and potatoes. Ethanol helps keeping the soap liquid, while at the same time improving the fat-dissolving property of the detergent.
Sugar surfactant: Sugar, starch and coconut oil are the raw materials for the sugar surfactant used. The proportion of sugar surfactant compared to the soap content of the detergent is such, that it serves for the calcium soap forming in case of hard water, to be kept finely dispersed and to prevent it from being deposited on the laundry.
Olive oil, rapeseed and sunflower oil as well as the essential lavender oil originate 100% from certified organic cultivation.
Soap and sugar surfactant are classified as being readily biodegradable according to OECD guidelines.