Washing soda was used in ancient Egypt to clean textiles and fabrics. Washing soda is easy to rinse off without leaving a trace, so unlike detergents, our skin does not absorb chemicals after washing. Washing soda can be used on its own instead of regular washing powder, or in combination with it (1:1 to replace some of the usual detergent), or mixed with washing powder to further enhance the stain-cleaning effect. Using a rinser is a much more economical way of washing.
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When washing with washing soda, add about 3 tablespoons of washing soda to the detergent dispenser. You can substitute 1/3 - 1/2 of your traditional washing powder with riccio. It does not take the colour out of fabrics. Recommended temperatures: from 40 to 60 degrees Celsius.
Mopping You can also put it in mopping water or wash larger surfaces with the solution. Mixing ratio: use 2 tablespoons of washing soda to 5 litres of water.
Soaking To soak heavily soiled, stained, oily clothes, add about 2 tablespoons of washing soda to 5 litres of lukewarm water. Make sure the fabric is colourfast!
Washing dishes Dissolve 1 tablespoon of washing soda in 5 litres of hot water to remove grease and burnt stains from dishes. Rinse glassware with vinegar water after cleaning with washing soda, otherwise they will dry up with stains. Do not wash aluminium pots!
The product contains no allergenic substances.