Monthly Archives: January 2012
Soap nuts are small berry like fruits that grow in warm, tropical and sultry climates. They are native to India, Nepal and some other South Asian countries and consist of a small yellowish Brown fruit covered by a hard outer … Continue reading
Soap Nuts in Family Circle Magazine Our soap nuts were mentioned in the November, 2011 issue of Family Circle Magazine.Â Several weeks prior to printing, they contacted us, asking us for some pictures that they could use.Â Shortly thereafter, they … Continue reading
Prevention Magazine Soap Nuts The link above is a copy of the blurb on soap nuts that appeared in the November, 2011 issue of Prevention Magazine.Â Although they do not mention us specifically, it was our company that provided them … Continue reading
Just a quick video to show the basic principles of how soap nuts work.Â Put them in the muslin bag, add water & add clothes.Â Not much more to it than that!
This video was designed to introduce our Greener Living Soap Nuts new packaging.Â It was done by local young talent ancd combines stop anamation, creativity & music to effectively get the point across.Â We plan on using him to create … Continue reading
Soap Nuts. Yes, somewhat of a strange thingâ€¦ Slightly out of my comfort zone when I first heard of them. But with the problems we had with hard water and build up, I was finally willing to try anything. Even … Continue reading
Soap Nuts – Farm Show In volume 35 no. 4, 2011 Farm Show featured our soap nuts in their newspaper.Â The link above gives a full pdf copy of the article.Â With so many different media outlets mentioning soap nuts, … Continue reading
Soap Nuts – Hobby Farm Home Magazine In their May/June 2011 magazine, Hobby Farm Home Magazine did a writeup on our soap nuts.Â The link above gives a copy of the article which appeared on page 48 of the issue.
So it all sounded great, but I was naturally hesitant of how clean my clothes would come out by using these nuts. After doing my first load, I was in love. The soap nuts arenâ€™t like flowers or perfume, so … Continue reading