Soap bag
Soap bag
Use this handy little bag for your Jovoh soap. Also ideal if your bar is broken or you have no place to store it. The bag is 100% plastic free and made from pure organic cotton. You can also use the bag together with the soap for washing. The soap will lather even more and your favourite wool pieces will wash beautifully.   Material: 100% organic cotton  Size: Approx. 10 x 15 cm   Processing time: 2-4 working days  
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Lanolin
Lanolin
Lanolin is a natural wool wax that is used to grease wool covers. The 100% pure anhydrous lanolin comes from European sheep farms and is certified to be mulesing-free. Mulesing is a painful method to protect sheep against fly infestation, which is not applied in organic farming. Merino wool is very soft and cosy, and holds reliably tight after is has been greased with lanolin. It is further a pharmaceutical-grade lanolin that can be used for the entire body, especially for very dry skin, the care of the nipples during breastfeeding, and cracked lips. How to grease a wool cover: Take a cup of hot water, dissolve a bit of lanolin and add a detergent or green olive soap flakes to it. A milky emulsion is formed. If there are still greasy eyes on the surface, add a little more soap. The emulsion is then added to a larger bowl filled with hot water that is big enough to soak the wool cover. If the bowl is large enough you can add several covers on top of each other. Put the wool cover with the wool facing down into the water and let it bath for at least three hours. The wool cover should be completely covered and can be weighted with a small plate if necessary. Once the wool cover is fully bathed, take it out and rinse it with water that has the same temperature as the water in the bowl. Afterwards fold it in a towel and gently press the water out. Do not wring. Dry the cover flat lying on a drying reck. New wool covers must be greased 1-2 times before they get water-repellent. Please find detailed information about how to grease, wash, and store wool under the category "Care of wool".   Weight: 200 g | 40 g  
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Green olive soap flakes
Green olive soap flakes
The Patounis soaps have been hand-boiled in the family business on Corfu, Greece according to an old tradition since 1850. This green olive soap is one of the few that does not contain palm oil. It mainly consists of olive pomace oil, which is obtained from olive pits, peel and pulp remains, combined with sodium hydroxide, water and salt. Compared to Patounis curd soap for cleaning and washing, green soap has a lower pH value and contains much less soda. The green color comes from the chlorophyll of the olives, however, the color fades on the outer layer as soap dries and matures. This soap is reputed for its thorough cleansing, while being friendly to the skin. As a household cleaner, it can be used to clean dishes, windows and doors, as well as all types of surfaces. Due to its mild nature, it can also be used for sensitive surfaces (e.g. marble). The soap can also be used for foot baths and (in combination with alcohol) as a remedy for aphids.   Weight: 100 g | 300 g Certificate: The Vegan Society   Processing time: 2-3 working days  
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Olive laundry soap
Olive laundry soap
The Patounis soaps have been hand-boiled in the family business on Corfu, Greece according to an old tradition since 1850. This curd soap is one of the few that does not contain palm oil. It mainly consists of olive pomace oil, which is obtained from olive pits, peel and pulp remains, combined with sodium hydroxide, water and salt. Compared to green olive soap the olive curd soap contains a higher amount of washing soda (0.1%) and therefore has a higher pH value of ~8. The soap is ideal for washing wool covers, baby clothes, underwear, and difficult stains. It can also be used to wash fruits and vegetables. Finely grated it can be used in the washing machine. The soap bars are delivered by the manufacturer unpacked and plastic-free in a cardboard box. Sodium carbonate (washing soda) is used as a separating agent so that the individual bars of soap do not stick together. This is visible on the soap bars as a white powder and can easily be washed off.   Weight: 140 g Certificate: The Vegan Society Processing time: 2-3 working days  
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Wool washing soap – Citrus (100g)
Wool washing soap – Citrus (100g)
Wool washing soap contains a high amount of lanolin and is perfect for washing wool covers, because it gently cleans the wool while simultaneously greases it. It is further certified according to the EU Cosmetics Regulation and can therefore be used for skin care. It contains natural and nourishing ingredients such as lanolin and coconut oil.

Our lanolin soap is manufactured at Werfzeep, an artisan organic soap-making company in Utrecht. They process plants into extracts, hydrolates and essential oils, directly from forest and herb gardens. The small team produces all soap by hand at a fine but small location close to the old canals of Utrecht. 

 

How to use Jovoh wool washing soap?

Rub the soap gently in warm water by hand until the water becomes milky. The more soap you dissolve, the richer the solution becomes. You can treat dirty areas of the wool cover also directly. Therefore, rub the soap gently on the wool and clean it accordingly. The soap is intended for cleaning and re-greasing of already greased wool covers. However, for the initial treatment of new wool covers an emulsion made from pure lanolin is recommended.

  Aroma: Citrus Weight: 100g  
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Wool washing soap – Natural (100g)
Wool washing soap – Natural (100g)
Wool washing soap contains a high amount of lanolin and is perfect for washing wool covers, because it gently cleans the wool while simultaneously greases it. It is further certified according to the EU Cosmetics Regulation and can therefore be used for skin care. It contains natural and nourishing ingredients such as lanolin and coconut oil.

Our lanolin soap is manufactured at Werfzeep, an artisan organic soap-making company in Utrecht. They process plants into extracts, hydrolates and essential oils, directly from forest and herb gardens. The small team produces all soap by hand at a fine but small location close to the old canals of Utrecht.

 

How to use Jovoh wool washing soap?

Rub the soap gently in warm water by hand until the water becomes milky. The more soap you dissolve, the richer the solution becomes. You can treat dirty areas of the wool cover also directly. Therefore, rub the soap gently on the wool and clean it accordingly. The soap is intended for cleaning and re-greasing of already greased wool covers. However, for the initial treatment of new wool covers an emulsion made from pure lanolin is recommended.

  Aroma: Natural Weight: 100g  
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