Yes, black soap is very effective for cleaning floors and all types of floors : indoor and outdoor tiles, parquet, linoleum, waxed concrete, marble etc, etc.
Its liquid and unctuous texture makes the dosage very convenient. We adjust the quantity according to the need :
For the floors : 2 tablespoons of liquid black soap (3 or 4 if the soil is very dirty) in 5 liters of water.
For carpets and carpet : the black soap is diluted and the stains are rubbed with a suitable brush.
You can also clean the furnitures, especially the leather that will never cease to flicker, and the garden furnitures.
Then we can tackle the kitchen : appliances, credence, all washable surfaces even glazed.
For the latter, we use a microfiber cloth for more shine. Black liquid dishwashing soap can also be used by hand (not in a machine), including for washing deep fryers and barbecues.
For hand and machine laundry : Le Savonnier Marseillais black liquid soap is used as a standard detergent.
Use : put 40ml to 50ml of black liquid soap into the washing machine tray.
Not only the stains do not resist but also the laundry is very flexible thanks to the vegetable glycerin content of black soap.
Liquid black soap with olive oil is a product perfectly adapted for the toilet of the domestic animals as for that of the farm animals.
Indeed, black liquid soap is simply used as a natural shampoo for the toilet of animals and their universe. It has several beneficial effects :
- First of all, it leaves the hair silky thanks to its natural glycerin content and avoids any kind of allergies (eczema, etc).
- In addition, black liquid soap is also widely used for its antiparasitic properties.
- It is also used for the washing and maintenance of kennels
- The black Soap The Savonnier Marseillais is used in the stud for the horses as well as for their environment, box, blankets, saddles, etc.
In painting, it is used for cleaning brushes and provides shine for the manufacture of whitewashes or smoothed coatings.
Finally, for the health of the garden, black soap is a repellent for aphids. In a sprayer, dilute 2 tablespoons of black soap with water and spray on leaf- and stem-eating insects.