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How to use soap with front load washer?

January 21, 2013

I have a front load washer so it’s not possible to mix the soap and the water and then add the clothes. Is there an alternative way to do this? Can I mix the soap with some water and that add it like i would the normal laundry soap (little cup in top of washer)?…

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Is your Liquid Sunshine Non-toxic Cleaner Concentrate safe for bamboo?

January 21, 2013

We have strand carbonized bamboo flooring in our kitchen, dining room, and living room. I had been steam mopping it until I was told that can affect the floor (the bamboo is I guess steamed and pressed to make the floor). I’ve also been told I shouldn’t use any traditional cleaners on it, but plant-based…

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What are the differences between body and hand wash products?

January 21, 2013

What I read on the dry/sensitive skin page about reactive bodies made absolute sense!! Are there other resources for finding out more about this that you recommend (books, websites, blogs, anything you’ve got!)? Can’t wait to try your products when they arrive!! We’ve been using Dr. Bronner’s castile soap and my little boy’s hands look…

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Best dilution % of Liquid Sunshine for washing dishes by hand?

April 22, 2011

Hello Vermont Soap: I’m wondering about dilution % of Liquid Sunshine for washing dishes by hand. Our water is a little on the hard side…… –Thanks Hi, Best way to do dishes with Liquid Sunshine is to put it right onto a damp sponge and use directly on your dishes. Best! Soapman

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I was wondering if the rosemary extract in your pet shampoo is organic?

March 9, 2011

Hi! I was wondering if the rosemary extract in your pet shampoo is organic? I.e. Was it grown with pesticides? And what method was used to extract it… From seed? Ethanol? Any info would be helpful as I am looking for a new shampoo for my golden retriever who is really sensitive. Thanks! In harmony,…

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Do you offer any mild fragrant free soaps that do not contain any wheat, rye, barley or oats?

February 16, 2011

I have a daughter with celiac disease who just had a baby. Do you offer any mild fragrant free soaps that do not contain any wheat, rye, barley or oats. Please advise. The baby’s skin is dry and needs a soap with some natural oil in it but none of the other items listed above.…

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My husband has dry, red, itchy skin which soaps can we start out with?

January 21, 2011

Mr. Soapman My husband has dry, red, itchy skin (inner thigh area). He was told it was yeast infection due to heat and sweat and was given Nystatin. It has not worked. In fact, he still has dry itchy skin and it’s 20 degrees. Which soaps can we start out with. I know that the…

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I have been reading a lot of labels and I am confused by the words, what are these things?

December 12, 2010

Soapman I have been reading a lot of labels lately and I am confused by the words that I see. Since you are the SoapMan I thought you could clear up some of my questions. What are these things? –Mookie Hey Mookie, As my buddy Big Jim likes to say; “If it has more than…

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If your products are USDA Certified organic, why don’t you have that circle green and white logo that accompanies that distinction on the products?

November 15, 2010

Quick question. I was thinking about this last night while using one of the organic liquid castile soaps from your company. If your products are USDA Certified organic, why don’t you have that circle green and white logo that accompanies that distinction on the products? Thanks! –Julie Hi Julie, Many thanks for your question. The…

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Does the vegetable glycerine in the foaming soaps come from wheat, barley, rye, oats, or soy?

October 20, 2010

Does the vegetable glycerine in the foaming soaps come from wheat, barley, rye, oats, or soy? Thanks! –Allison Hi Allison. Glycerin is a component of natural oils (triglycerides). Your own cell walls contain it. We source our vegetable glycerin from palm oil, which is a typical source for high quality vegetable glycerin these days. Glycerin…

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