Surf Sunshine Lemons Bio Powder 25 Wash 2kg

Buy from

Do your clothes just need a bit of revitalising? Turn your dial to quickwash, be kind to the planet and save yourself some time! Cleaner Planet Plan We're working hard to make sure that we're not only making products that deliver fragrances that last and last but that also tread lighter on the planet. Tips for saving water, energy, CO2 and money Avoid underfilling the machine Use the dosing instructions Wash at low temperature Save packaging-recycle or refill An A.I.S.E. voluntary sustainability initiative 25 Washes/2KG per pack and 80G per wash Freshness that lasts and lasts 25 washes. With essential oils. Outstanding results even in cold water 15ÂșC. - Prepare and Use: How much to use... 130ml =80g Machine Wash (4-5kg) - Normal Soil: 130ml (hard water), 90ml (medium water), 50ml (soft water). - Heavy Soil: 170ml (hard water), 130ml (medium water), 90ml (soft water). - For your toughest stains add extra 80ml. - Programmes with pre-wash: Add an extra 100ml. - 6/8kg Maxi machines: For these new bigger machines add at least 30ml extra per load. Hand Washing 100ml per 10 litres of water, dissolved completely. After use, rinse your hands and dry them thoroughly. As for all detergents, if you have damaged or sensitive skin, avoid prolonged contact. What to use it for: You can use Surf for pretty much your whole wash with the exception of wools and silks when we recommend you use a product that is specially made for delicate fabrics. Measure the powder into a cup and then into the drawer of your machine. Don't chuck it straight into the drum and don't mix it into a paste with water to pre-treat stains. Safety Note - Rinse and dry hands after use. - Keep away from eyes. If product gets into eyes rinse thoroughly with water. - People with sensitive or damaged skin should avoid prolonged contact with the product. Tips for saving water, energy, CO2 and money: - Avoid underfilling the machine. - Dose according to soil and water hardne

Related Products

More Products by“Surf”