Component 1 in the Sonett Modular System
120 ml NET 4 fl oz (US)
2 litres NET 68 fl oz (US)
5 litres NET 169 fl oz (US)
10 litres NET 338 fl oz (US)
20 litres NET 676 fl oz (US)
Suitable for all textiles made from cotton, linen, hemp, and fabric blends.
The ingredients sugar surfactant and coconut oil alcohol sulphate are cleaning substances which, next to soap, are the most easily degradable and skin-friendliest ones. They work well, irrespective of the degree of water hardness, which makes this liquid detergent especially indicated for hard water.
Ranges of application:
Suitable for all coloured and white textiles made from cotton, linen, hemp and fabric blends of between
30 and 95 °C (85–200 °F).
Suitable for HE washing machines.
Fill Softener into the detergent compartment of the washing machine and Laundry Liquid into a measuring ball and put it straight into the drum.
Soap from rapeseed / sunflower oil, certified organically grown 5–15%
Sugar surfactant 5–15%
Coconut oil alcohol sulphate 5–15%
Vegetable alcohol (ethanol) 1–5%
Sulphated castor oil <1%
Natural essential lavender oil, certified organically grown <1%
Balsamic additives, certified organically grown/collection from wild-growing plants <1%
Water, swirled up to 100%
List of ingredients as per EC 648/2004:
Aqua, potassium soap*, alkylpolyglucoside C8–16, sodium
C8–14, fatty alcohol sulphate, alcohol, sulphated castor oil, potassium citrate, perfume* (fragrance), linalool*
*certified organically grown
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Origin and properties of the ingredients:
In this liquid detergent, soap, sugar surfactant and fatty alcohol sulphate complement each other, thus intensifying their effect. To obtain the soap, rapeseed /sunflower oil, certified organically grown, is being saponified in a special process of saponification without applying heat from the outside, using potassium hydroxide solution. Soap as an active washing substance uniquely amalgamates all of the properties required for the washing process – the moistening, the dissolving, and absorbing of dirt. Soap is intensified in this effect by the sugar surfactant and fatty alcohol sulphate, which are obtained by the chemical reaction of the purely plant-based raw materials sugar, starch and coconut oil with acids. At the same time this combination neutralizes the soap's drawback, i. e. calcium soap being formed, which may precipitate on the laundry should the softener not have been properly measured. The alcohol which is obtained by fermenting plant-based starch serves to keep the detergent liquid, thus enabling a highly concentrated active washing substance. Sulphated castor oil, also called turkey-red oil, is obtained by castor oil reacting chemically with sulphuric acid. It intensifies the detergents fat-dissolving property.
Special product feature:
Sonett's particularly energy-saving method of saponification, the use of oils and essential oils derived from certified organic cultivation, and its good value for money as far as the washing liquid's washing performance is concerned are the outstanding features of this product.
Density: (20 °C) approx. 1,02 g/cm³
pH value: (20 °C, 5 g/l H2O) approx. 8,5–9,5
At temperatures below 10 °C, the product changes becoming slightly more solid and whitish; a phase which will pass, however, once the product is exposed to warmth and by shaking it lightly, if necessary.
Soap made from vegetable oils has one outstanding feature compared to all the other active washing substances, namely that, right after its use, it reacts chemically with the limescale always present in waste water, resulting in calcium soap, thus neutralising its surfactant effect on aquatic organisms (primary degradation). The calcium soap is then, by microorganisms, 100% degraded into carbon dioxide and water (secondary degradation). Despite the fact that during the manufacturing of sugar surfactants, coconut oil alcohol sulphate and sulphated castor oil, constituents are being extracted from the plant-based raw materials starch, sugar, and fat, they remain completely intact in their natural molecular structure. For this reason it is relatively easy for the microorganisms to 100% decompose these surfactants.
Soap, sugar surfactant, coconut oil alcohol sulphate, and sulphated castor oil are classified as being readily biodegradable according to OECD guidelines.
Suitable for septic tanks and filtration systems.
Bottles / cans: PE
Cap: PE/PP Label: PE/PP
Outer carton: 100% recycling material