Sonett Liquid Ox Gall Soap 300ml- Stain removal assistance
A highly effective agent against stains caused by fruit, blood, ink, ballpoint pens, grass, grease, etc. Suitable for all white and colourfast textiles made from natural fibres and blended fabrics. Please test the colourfastness of coloured textiles beforehand on a hidden area of the item.
APPLICATION / DOSAGE:
For local treatment of stains:
Apply undiluted liquid gall soap to the stain and allow to take effect for 10 - 15 minutes. Wash out thoroughly or place the garment directly into the washing machine.
As a wash intensifier:
for washing at 30° - 60°C, add 20 - 30 ml to the main wash cycle of the 4.5 kg washing machine.
Olive oil soap 5 – 15 % certified organically grown
Rape seed oil soap 5 – 15 % certified organically grown
Bovine gall 5 - 15 %
Sugar surfactant 5 - 15 %
Orange-peel oil < 1 %
Natural essential oil of petit grain < 1 %
Balsamic additives < 1 % certified organically grown/collection from wild growing plants
Water up to 100 % swirled
ORIGIN AND PROPERTIES OF THE INGREDIENTS:
BOVINE GALL is a traditional stain remover. Its principal active ingredients, the gallic acids cholic acid and taurocholic acid, are capable of finely dispersing fats and fatlike substances, in addition to dissolving colourants and forming compounds with them. SOAP, manufactured from rape seed oil and olive oil with lye,swells and dissolves the dirt and support the stain removing power of the bovine gall.SUGAR SURFACTANT is obtained from pure plant-based raw materials – sugar, starch and coconut oil – by chemical conversions with the aid of acids. ORANGE TERPENES from orange peel additionally intensify the fat-dissolving power of SONETT gall soap.
SPECIAL PRODUCT FEATURES:
The olive oil and rape seed oil used in the soap are derived from 100% certified organic cultivation.
BOVINE GALL, as a pure natural product, is completely 100% biodegradable. SOAP made from vegetable oils has the outstanding feature of combining, immediately after use, with the calcium always present in the waste water to form calcium soap. Thus, within a few hours, the surfactant effect, harmful to aquatic organisms, is neutralized (PRIMARY DEGRADATION). The calcium soap is then 100% degraded by microorganisms to carbon dioxide and water (secondary degradation). In the manufacturing process of SUGAR SURFACTANTS constituents are taken from the plant-based raw materials starch, sugar and fat; however, they completely retain their natural structure. It is therefore relatively easy for microorganisms to 100 % decompose these surfactants.
SOAP and SUGAR SURFACTANTS are classified as readily biodegradable according to OECD guideline