Castile soap


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Castile soap

[ka′stēl ′sōp]
(materials)
A white, odorless, hard soap made from sodium hydroxide and olive oil.
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Creamy Scrub Cleanser 2 cups baking soda 1/2 cup liquid castile soap * 4 teaspoons vegetable glycerin (optional but acts as a preservative) 5 drops antibacterial essential oil such as lavender, tea tree, rosemary (optional) Stores up to two years in a sealed glass jar.
To this mix add 1/2 teaspoon of pure Castile soap and spray.
For outdoor windows, use a sponge and wash with warm water with a few drops of liquid castile soap in it.
Castile soap should be first choice for both people and pets.
Shower in hot water and use a soap such as Doc Bronner's castile soap, or another soap designed to remove the oil.
I wash them with castile soap or a mild (3-percent to 5-percent) bleach solution.
3 quarts hot water 2 ounces castile soap, grated 1 tablespoon borax 1/4 cup glycerin 1 gallon jug or bottle
Bebe Michele, founded by Michele Varsano and launched in September of 2000, offers Baby Sudz Bath wash, a natural liquid cleanser derived from pure castile soap with lavender and chamomile.
1 ounce liquid castile soap 2 cups water 1 teaspoon vegetable glycerin 5 to 10 drops lavender essential oil (optional, but lavender is antibacterial)