Dosage: use one full capful of liquid washing powder per wash (approx. 30 ml).
For heavily soiled garments or hard water, use twice the recommended amount.
One litre of Washing Detergent is sufficient for 4,5 kg wash load for 64 kg of normally soiled dry fabric in soft/medium hard water.
Why is Pure Soapnut Gel good?
The liquid Pure Laundry Detergent Gel is dermatologically tested and contains no synthetic substances, so it can be used safely by people with sensitive skin.
It is much easier to use than plain soapnut because it is easier to dispense.
Can I use a fabric softener alongside the washing powder gel?
There's no need to use a fabric softener, as clothes washed with the soapnut gel will be soft and silky without it, but of course if you want to stick to your tried and tested scent, feel free to use Pure laundry perfumes.
How effectively does Pure Soapnut Gel wash?
It's on par with your average washing powder, but you should know that it's not magic, just like washing powders aren't magic.
For white or heavily soiled clothes, that's why we recommend using Pure stain removal salt.
How to use Pure Soapnut Gel?
It can be used on any water hardness, at any temperature (30-95), both hand and machine wash.
Pure soapnut gel is excellent for both hand and machine washing. For machine washing, an average washing machine requires 1-1.5 caps of concentrate for 5 kg of laundry, which can be placed in the detergent dispenser or under the laundry in the washing machine drum.
Thus, 1.5 litres of Pure liquid detergent gel, which is enough for 2-2.5 months of washing, based on 3-4 washes per week.
As it is unscented, like washing powder, you can add Pure Washing Perfume to the rinse programme to make your clothes smell as good as you like.