$0.70

per 100g

Description

 

This alkaline salt increases the effectiveness of the laundry detergent by its basic pH. Add to your laundry detergent for the maintenance of your washing machine. This product is available in bulk, it's an ecological and economical choice. You can find many solution in our Book Household Cleaning Efficient and Ecological by Osmose.

  • Has antiseptic, antibiotic and fungicidal properties
  • used to soak

Borax (disodium tetraborate decahydrate)

FOR FRONT WASHER: 60 ml of product in a little hot water + laundry detergent / load.

FOR CONVENTIONAL WASHER: 60 ml of product directly in the tub + laundry detergent / load.
FOR SOAKING: Dissolve 120 ml (1/2 cup) of powder in 4 liters of hot water and let soak for 24 hours. Then wash the clothes.

SELECTED PRODUCTS AVAILABLE IN STORE FOR REFILLS!

Email us with any questions info@thekeeprefillery.com

Email us with any questions 

info@thekeeprefillery.com

Email us with any questions info@thekeeprefillery.com

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About The Keep Refillery

For the last three years, founder Jacquie Rushlow has been in the process of not only changing her lifestyle to have less plastic in it, but she's also been preaching the good word to the beautiful community she calls home- Creemore, Ontario. Like many, it became more and more difficult for Jacquie + her husband Andrew, to refill their personal products and they resorted to ordering online or driving hours away to fill up......ya, ok, I know, carbon footprint right? Well, that's where the Creemore Refillery was born. 

About The Keep Refillery

For the last three years, founder Jacquie Rushlow has been in the process of not only changing her lifestyle to have less plastic in it, but she's also been preaching the good word to the beautiful community she calls home- Creemore, Ontario. Like many, it became more and more difficult for Jacquie + her husband Andrew, to refill their personal products and they resorted to ordering online or driving hours away to fill up......ya, ok, I know, carbon footprint right? Well, that's where the Creemore Refillery was born.