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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According to Brian Sansoni, vice president, communications and outreach for the American Cleaning Institute (ACI), castile soap was originally made from olive oil, and so named probably because such soap was produced extensively in ancient Castile, Spain.
Use a regular detergent or liquid castile soap but never spot clean with lemon or vinegar because anything acidic will damage the fabric.
Her firm offers a chemical-free coconut castile soap to use as an alternative.
I collected the cake of Castile soap and my mother's douche can from the bathroom and carried it all out to the kitchen.
Bronner's, a popular liquid castile soap, is available in a variety of scents, if you wish to skip the addition of essential oils.
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Apart from sodium hydroxide, what is the other component of Castile soap? 10.
Bronner's Magic Castile Soap, EUR4.25 (0845 072 5825) Currently the USA's No.1 selling natural soap and the leader in organic and Fair Trade skin care.
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.
"I try to clean most things with water, vinegar, castile soap, and lemon," says Eszter.
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