Gallsápa – ómissandi fyrir umhverfisvæn blettahreinsun! Leysir gras-, blóð-, sultu- og aðra erfiða bletti.
Oft er ekki náuðsynlegt að meðhöndla allan þvottinn með blettaefni, ef málið snýst einungis um einstaka bletti. Þá er miklu meira vit í því að nudda bleyttu sápunni í blettinn og skola svo flíkina, eða þvo hana í vélinni á venjulegu prógrammi með öðrum þvotti.
Sodasan gallsápa er framleitt úr grunnsápu (sólarsápu úr lífrænum plöntuolíum) og nautgripagall.
Það er hægt að nota hana fyrir allar flíkur og virkar líka í köldu vatni, t.d. fyrir ullarþvott.
For the effective removal of stains such as grass, blood, chocolate, oil, fruit.
The active substance of the product is soap, which is quickly and fully biodegradable. This soap is manufactured in a specially developed low-temperature saponification process.
The production is CO2-neutral. We only use power from Greenpeace energy and thus work 100% free of nuclear power.
SODASAN Bile Soap is an effective agent for the removal of stains such as grass, blood, oil, chocolate, ink, pen marks or fruit. The product can also be used to boost the action of laundry detergent in machine washes.
Apply SODASAN Bile Soap to the stain and leave it to work. Then rinse or put in the washing machine. Repeat the process for tough stains.
With careful mechanical handling and the use with cold water, the product is also suitable for delicate fabrics.
Please follow the care instructions of fabrics.
Please check the colourfastness of fabrics before use.
This product is not vegan.
All washing substances are vegetable-based and are quickly and fully biodegradable (OECD). As soap breaks down into lime soap, which cannot be used for washing, in wastewater, it counts as immediately degraded (primary biodegradation). The complete degradation to carbon dioxide and water (secondary biodegradation) takes place within a few hours.
Cattle gall is a traditional stain removal agent which has been known for many years. The action of the cattle gall is based on the emulsifying properties salts contained in the bile acid, for example glycolic acid and taurocholic acid.