Marseille Concentrated Laundry Liquid
Launder your linens à la française.
If you know something about Marseille soap, then you probably know that it’s produced using all-natural ingredients in an age-old traditional process. In fact, 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. This classic Marseille soap recipe comes to rest here, in this concentrated laundry liquid. It’s effective at low temperatures on the most stubborn stains, respects colors, and lends a light, fresh scent to your laundry. Plus, it’s allergen-free and certified organic—which pretty much makes laundry day something to look forward to.
Photography by Ty Mecham, Julia Gartland
Details & Materials -
5% or over but less than 15%: anionic surfactants, 5% or over but less than 15%: nonionic surfactants, less than 5%: soap, perfumes, preservation agents: methylisothiazolinone, benzisothiazolinone. Allergen-free above the reporting threshold to minimize the risk of allergies.
7"L x 2.3"W x 11"H and contains 2L (67.6 fl. oz.)
Care & Notes
Safe for use in all washing machines, including HE. Refer to the scale inside the measuring cup. Concentrated and economical formula providing 40 loads, suitable from 86 degrees F. The use of softener is not necessary. Do not use with wool and silk. Store away from frost. Contains: alcohol, C12-14, ethoxylated, sulfates, sodium salts. Keep out of reach of children. Wash hands thoroughly after handling. If in eyes, rinse cautiously with water for several minutes; call a doctor or poison center.
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