Fer à Cheval

Marseille Floor Cleaner

$23
Marseille Floor Cleaner
Fer à Cheval

Marseille Floor Cleaner

$23
4.8 Stars / 13 Reviews
Free Standard Shipping on Orders $199+

Mop happy.

Made with all-natural Marseille soap that’s allergen-free and pleasantly fragrant, this is a certified-organic, sensitive-skin-friendly way to clean your floors. Marseille soap, known for its age-old production methods using olive oil and seawater, is added to grease and grime-fighting compounds. Simply mix with water and leave to air dry after mopping your floors. They’ll be bright, shiny and scented with Provencal olive fragrance. So go on, take a running slide across those clean new floors—you know you wanna.

Put in your back pocket for later: The name “Marseille Soap” is a protected designation—to qualify for this highly-coveted label, your soap has to be made in Provence with natural oils and just a handful of other ingredients: seawater, ash, and lye. At Fer à Cheval, it’s a labor-intensive process that takes 10 days and starts with boiling the ingredients in ancient cauldrons overseen by a soap master and team of artisans.

  • Made in: Marseille, France
  • Product Warranty:
  • Shipping & Returns: Free Standard Shipping on Orders $199+ and Easy-Breezy Returns

Made with all-natural Marseille soap that’s allergen-free and pleasantly fragrant, this is a certified-organic, sensitive-skin-friendly way to clean your floors. Marseille soap, known for its age-old production methods using olive oil and seawater, is added to grease and grime-fighting compounds. Simply mix with water and leave to air dry after mopping your floors. They’ll be bright, shiny and scented with Provencal olive fragrance. So go on, take a running slide across those clean new floors—you know you wanna.

Put in your back pocket for later: The name “Marseille Soap” is a protected designation—to qualify for this highly-coveted label, your soap has to be made in Provence with natural oils and just a handful of other ingredients: seawater, ash, and lye. At Fer à Cheval, it’s a labor-intensive process that takes 10 days and starts with boiling the ingredients in ancient cauldrons overseen by a soap master and team of artisans.

Mop happy.

Made with all-natural Marseille soap that’s allergen-free and pleasantly fragrant, this is a certified-organic, sensitive-skin-friendly way to clean your floors. Marseille soap, known for its age-old production methods using olive oil and seawater, is added to grease and grime-fighting compounds. Simply mix with water and leave to air dry after mopping your floors. They’ll be bright, shiny and scented with Provencal olive fragrance. So go on, take a running slide across those clean new floors—you know you wanna.

Put in your back pocket for later: The name “Marseille Soap” is a protected designation—to qualify for this highly-coveted label, your soap has to be made in Provence with natural oils and just a handful of other ingredients: seawater, ash, and lye. At Fer à Cheval, it’s a labor-intensive process that takes 10 days and starts with boiling the ingredients in ancient cauldrons overseen by a soap master and team of artisans.

  • Made in: Marseille, France
  • Product Warranty:
  • Shipping & Returns: Free Standard Shipping on Orders $199+ and Easy-Breezy Returns

Made with all-natural Marseille soap that’s allergen-free and pleasantly fragrant, this is a certified-organic, sensitive-skin-friendly way to clean your floors. Marseille soap, known for its age-old production methods using olive oil and seawater, is added to grease and grime-fighting compounds. Simply mix with water and leave to air dry after mopping your floors. They’ll be bright, shiny and scented with Provencal olive fragrance. So go on, take a running slide across those clean new floors—you know you wanna.

Put in your back pocket for later: The name “Marseille Soap” is a protected designation—to qualify for this highly-coveted label, your soap has to be made in Provence with natural oils and just a handful of other ingredients: seawater, ash, and lye. At Fer à Cheval, it’s a labor-intensive process that takes 10 days and starts with boiling the ingredients in ancient cauldrons overseen by a soap master and team of artisans.