What are Soap Nuts?

Soap nuts or soap berries as they are sometimes called, are nature’s perfect solution to washing and cleaning. Soap nuts are the small outer shells of a berry grown on trees. The soap nut flesh contains saponin, a naturally foaming surfactant which acts like detergent when immersed in water. This creates a 100% safe, natural

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Reduce your families chemical load one wash at a time.

Pure Revolution was amongst the first players in the soap nut Australian market. Out of a desire to find a natural way to wash our clothes and clean our homes we found the answer in soap nuts and for years now have been so pleased to be able to offer Australians the answer to reducing their families toxic load one wash at at time.

How to Use Soap Nuts

Soap nuts can be used whole, or made into a liquid. Soap nuts leave no chemical residue, so there is no detergent build up and you can safely use the grey water on your garden. It is safe to use soap nuts with delicate fabric types, including wool and silk. The most effective laundry whitener is sunlight, so hang your clothes outdoors when possible.

Soap nuts can be used in both top and front loading washing machines.

Using Whole Soap Nuts

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If using whole as a laundry detergent, put 4-6 whole soap nuts (depending on the load size) in the small calico wash bag supplied with you soap nut purchase. Tie the top of the bag and place in the machine with your load. Keep the same 4-6 soap nuts in the small calico bag for now too, as they can be used for between four and six separate loads. The amount of loads will depend on the water temperature and whether your water supply is hard or soft. Soap nuts are ready to discard when they start to take on a slightly transparent appearance and no longer froth up when rubbed with water. Used soap nuts can be composted in your garden.

Whole soap nuts release saponin faster in warm and hot water, so keep that in mind. Many of our customers find making and using soap nut liquid the best option and this also allows you to use the benefits of natural soap nuts in other areas of your home for cleaning.

Soap Nut Liquid – Making and Using

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Soap nut liquid has loads of benefits and if you can boil water you can make soap nut liquid. Simply bring to the boil 6 cups of water and 10 soap nuts in a saucepan. Reduce heat and simmer for half an hour, during which time the water will reduce. Once cooled, strain the liquid through a cloth (a chux or similar will do nicely) and then you can compost the nuts. In hot weather, liquid can go rancid when left out as it is completely natural and contains no preservatives, so we recommend making small batches like this once or twice a month. Alternatively you can make a concentrate and store that in the fridge and then dilute as needed.

Here at Pure Revolution, we use soap nut liquid as a laundry detergent (30-60mL depending on load size), in a spray bottle as a general household cleaner, and as dishwasher detergent (fill the dispenser). We know of others who use the liquid as a head lice treatment, an insect repellent, a glass cleaner, a jewellery and silverwear cleaner and as a hand wash, by putting the liquid in a foaming hand wash dispenser. It can also be used as a glass cleaner by diluting further with more water and a splash of vinegar.

Adding Fragrance to Soap Nuts Liquid

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Society has become accustomed to synthetic fragrances making our clothes smell pretty, and so when you first start using soap nuts it can be an adjustment to learn that clean smells like absolutely nothing! Having said that, there is nothing wrong with adding a few drops of essential oil to the water in your wash if you prefer your loads of laundry to be fragranced. Take care to not apply directly to your clothes as the oil can stain me fabrics.

Soap nuts themselves can have a mild cider vinegar smell, however this is not transferred at all to your clothes. After washing with soap nuts you will find your laundry is scent-free, just like clean should be.

Soap Nut Powder – Making and Using

Now some people prefer to use a powder in their washing machine or dishwasher, and find that grinding soap nuts in a coffee or nut grinder can help do this effectively. If you use cold water only, make sure you dissolve the powder in a cup or two of hot water first as this will help draw out the saponin.

We would recommend using soap nuts whole or making a liquid though as they are the easiest and very effective ways to add soap nuts into your home.

Wash by Wash

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You will find as you use soap nuts in the first few weeks you clothes and linens will become softer, this happens as the chemical build up from some washing products is literally washed away.

Also you do not need to use a softener with soap nuts either, because it doesn’t leave a chemical residue there is nothing that needs to be softened. Saving you even more money and time.

Now be sure to take a look at our wonderful customer reviews and then see for yourself how affordable reducing your chemical load can be.

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