Sonett Laundry Liquid Lavender 2L

Sonett Laundry Liquid Lavender 2L

Regular price $31.65

Sonett Laundry Liquid Lavender 2L

Component 1 in the Sonett Modular System

  • With organic vegetable oil soap, without enzymes, GMO-free

  • Good washing performance,suitable for white and coloured textiles

  • Lovely fragrance of essential lavender oil from certified organic cultivation

  • 100% biodegradable


Product declaration

Soap from rapeseed / sunflower oil, certified organically grown 5–15%

Sugar surfactant 5–15%

Coconut oil alcohol sulphate 5–15%

Vegetable alcohol (ethanol) 1–5%

Sulphated castor oil < 1%

Citrate < 1%

Natural essential lavender oil, certified organically grown < 1%

Gurjun balsam < 1%

Balsamic additives, certified organically grown / collection from wild-growing plants < 1%

Water, swirled up to 100%

List of ingredients as per EC 648/2004

Aqua, potassium soap, alkylpolyglucoside C8–C16 (coco glucoside, lauryl glucoside), sodium C8–C14 fatty alcohol sulphate (sodium octyl sulfate, sodium lauryl sulfate), alcohol, sulphated castor oil, sodium/potassium citrate, parfum, linalool_, dipterocarpus turbinatus balm extract_certified organically grown

Origin and properties of the ingredients In this liquid detergent, soap, sugar surfactant and fatty alcohol sulphate complement each other, thus intensifying their effect. To obtain the soap, rapeseed / sunflower oil, certified organically grown, is being saponified in a special process of saponification without applying heat from the outside, using potassium hydroxide solution. Soap as an active washing substance uniquely amalgamates all of the properties required for the washing process – the moistening, the dissolving, and absorbing of dirt. Soap is intensified in this effect by the sugar surfactant and fatty alcohol sulphate, which are obtained by the chemical reaction of the purely plant-based raw materials sugar, starch and coconut oil with acids. At the same time this combination neutralizes the soap’s drawback, i.e. calcium soap being formed, which may precipitate on the laundry should the softener not have been properly measured. The alcohol which is obtained by fermenting plant-based starch serves to keep the detergent liquid, thus enabling a highly concentrated active washing substance. Sulphated castor oil, also called turkey-red oil, is obtained by castor oil reacting chemically with sulphuric acid. It intensifies the detergents fat-dissolving property.

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