Fer a Cheval Stain Remover Soap – Olive Oil (300 g)
Fer a Cheval Stain Remover Soap – Olive Oil without wrapper
$7.00

Fer a Cheval

Stain Remover Soap – Olive Oil

SKU: 40550

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Removes even the most stubborn stains. Its concave shape eases your grip on the soap while its thin grooves improve efficiency.

Without any preservatives, dyes or additives, and made with Marseille soap, this stain remover is environmentally-friendly, delicate for laundry, hypoallergenic and very economical.

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Presented in an authentic and refined package, this Marseille soap is a natural, effective and healthy alternative for skin care and housekeeping.

This soap is exclusively plant-based. It does not contain any preservatives, dyes, additives or animal fat. Biodegradable and environmentally-friendly.
It represents an ecological alternative to chemicals found in most skin care and housekeeping products.
Its generous size and minimal water content makes it economical for longer preservation.

These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

Directions

Just dampen the soap and gently rub the stain before wash. On stubborn stains, lather the stick and scrub the stain before hand washing or using the washing machine.

On delicate textiles, lather and gently scrub the wet clothes before putting the laundry in to soak then rinse with clear water.

With time and according to their exposure to light and humidity, soap may be subject to variations in color and lose volume; nevertheless, it keeps its effectiveness.

Ingredients + Benefits

Formulated from Olive Oil.
More than 30% soap (actual value of 72%).

Brand Info

For the last 160 years, the Savonnerie Fer à Cheval carries on a recipe passed down to each new generation of master soap-makers. Fer à Cheval's soap factory, firmly rooted in living heritage, is proud to continue to craft a key product in Marseille culture with respect for tradition, attention to detail and a great deal of love.

Saponification takes place in old cauldrons according to a traditional method, manufactured in five steps: pasting, graining out, boiling, washing and liquidation. These five steps are the reason for the iconic soap's renown.
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