Using Natural Fruit Essence Vs. Chemical Powder To Wash And Make Soap

In India and Nepal vegetable natural soaps have been used for centuries and they also have a lot of benefits when they are used to wash your clothing. Let’s put them in comparison.

Natural soaps practically grow up on and are extracted from trees. This is a kind of fruit made up of a structure called Sapinidus and they don’t contain any trace of chemical substance, dye, or any other artificial fragrance at all. The Sapinidus grows up in tropical regions, where the weather is always very hot and humid. These trees are located mainly in India, Indonesia, Nepal and other south-east Asia countries.
They are quite easy to use and especially very safe in the long term protection both of your body and of the nature.

A comparative research of the two industrial detergent typologies can surely give us a clear map of what a natural soap, only made of natural ingredients, coming from fruit, can offer speaking about cleaning. We start from some disadvantages of most of the chemical detergents (if not chosen with care).

Chemical detergents: these washing powders or even used for other hygienic or cleaning applications, they are mainly constituted by chemical substances and toxins which if not controlled can deeply impact on the environment on the long period. In fact, if most of the detergent products are of low quality (particularly the low cost ones) and they can contain synthetic dyes that could install themselves inside the laundry even after the rinse and in the long period, getting in touch with the skin, they can also be dangerous for the human body. In addition if the chemical detergent is exposed to solar light, it evaporates, causing an unhealthy air, not suitable to be breathed.
Some detergents, and unfortunately it is always more common, can contain enzymes famous to cause eczemas and psoriasis. Then, if it is inhaled by air, the sodium hypochlorite (contained in a lot of low quality detergents) can cause pulmonary irritation and skin and eyes troubles. In addition to this, a chemical based product can cause the precocious usury of clothes, because it is very aggressive on them and on clothes’ fibers.
To clean surfaces and floors, these detergents are usually used with some abrasive discs, which increase their cleaning power, their efficiency but also the erosive effect; if not under strict control, the combined use of these two cleaning agents can conspicuously ruin even the stronger and more resistant surfaces.

Natural detergents: soap of natural origin, extracted from fruit, doesn’t contain any chemical substances or toxins; this is because they already have inside a natural chemical essence called Saponin. This is present in a quite high concentration (about 10- 18%) and it acts just like a natural detergents, when it comes in touch with the water. Naturally all these products are 100% biological and so far totally biodegradable. Furthermore they contain a natural enzyme that acts as an anti-bacterial agent and it defeats harmful microorganisms.
Last but not least, natural soap used to do the laundry doesn’t damage clothes and it also protects the color fibers.

This was a brief comparison between low quality chemical detergents and natural soaps for the laundry and the house cleaning. So far, when you choose a product to clean your house, be very careful on where the production of the detergents is made and also to their chemical composition, if you want to protect yourself and your family, the future generations and obviously the environment.

This article was written by Michele De Capitani with support from prodotti detergenti for any information, please visit prodotti abrasivi or for insurance visit prodotti pulizia industrial.

Webwriter of Prima Posizione Srl.

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Make Homemade Soap — Then Sell It

Make homemade soap and visions of cash just seem to appear. My family moved about 35,000 bars of soap from the kitchen sink to customers all over the globe. Here are 5 tips for selling soap to make cash.

1. Designing it.

Handmade soap is everywhere. Everybody wants to get rich by cleaning up the world, one person at a time. Why buy your product? Most everybody now knows the story of why handmade soap is better. Most of your potential customers already have tried handmade soap, with varying quality products. And I use the term “quality” loosely, what they often got was half-cured, poorly designed junk.

Design a bar that’s different and tell why it’s different and you get customers for your unique product. They will buy from you instead of from the competition. Just build something better and different. It’s easy to do…

2. Making soap.

Carefully designed and carefully made soap truly is a luxury product. Cut no corners and make no excuses. That doesn’t mean you need expensive exotic ingredients either. Snake oil does not make better soap. Carefully combined coconut, palm and olive oils are hard to beat. Tweak your soap with exotic ingredients only when the basics are perfect.

3. It’s marketing and not just selling.

Marketing implies there is a plan. It’s more than just getting a few sales. It includes logo design, producing catalogs, brochures, attending shows, getting in stores, a whole system. Settle for a few sales and you’ll soon wear out and wear down.

4. Getting customers.

But how do you get customers to start with? Where can you begin? If you could find some place where many interested people could look at your products in just a short period of time, would that be good? What if it only cost a small fee to get in there? What if you could potentially sell a thousand dollars worth of soap a day for two or three days, would that work? All that’s fairly easy to do. It may take some time to work up to that, but there’s a way…

5. Following for success.

Once you make some sales, that’s the key. Stay in touch with customers and the repeat sales are what will make or break a small business. Staying in touch is easier than ever. For example, web sites are perfect for that, along with email. Getting new customers with web sites is tough… too much competition. Following up with existing customers with a web site is a natural.

Make handmade soap and you have a great hobby. Selling that soap in small quantities is easy. Some even move the volume up, but it takes careful attention to detail to grow and maintain a soap business.

Al Bullington and his family made and sold soap for years and developed a system for making money with soap. Read more about their experiences at their website: ======>>>

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