Eco Wash - No.4 for Silks & Delicates, by Clothes Doctor
In a 100% plastic free aluminium bottle, with a compostable label, No. 4 Silks & Delicates Eco Wash is a lovely mineral-based detergent for your silk and delicates.
Silk is a soft, lustrous and luxurious fabric, with regal origins dating back over 3,000 years. To help retain the wonderful properties of your silk and delicate garments, our No. 4 cleanses, refreshes and renews so you feel truly indulged every time you wear them. It is scented with patchouli and bergamot, which were used historically to pack between layers of silk during transportation along the Silk Road. Use in a hand wash or delicate machine wash cycle, and enjoy alongside our other products and services to enhance the life of your garments.
Packaged in its aluminium bottle, with a compostable label, No. 4 Eco Wash looks after your silks and silks and delicates, and helps you look after the planet too.
Hand wash (recommended): Turn your garment inside out. Fill a basin with cool water. Pour in 2-3 caps per garment, swirl around then place your garments in and submerge. Gently agitate the water, leave for 15 minutes, and no longer than 30 minutes. Rinse thoroughly with fresh water. Some colour left in the water is to be expected.
Machine: Use delicates wash setting. Pour 2-3 caps into the machine drawer. Remove promptly at the end of the cycle.
Drying: Press gently but don't wring out.
Any washing of 'dry clean only' items at home is done so at your own risk. Read Clothes Doctor's blog here for advice and tips on how to hand wash at home. Do not consume. Rinse eyes if splashed.
- 500g / ml - up to 32 washes
Blend of natural detergents, plant-derived surfactants (cleaners) and pure water-based fragrances (patchouli and bergamot).
15 - < 30% oxygen-based bleaching agents, 5 - < 15% soap, < 5% anionic surfactants, non-iconic surfactants, plant-based fragrances.
Do not consume. Rinse eyes if splashed.
- Cardboard box - recyclable, biodegradable and compostable
- 100% Aluminium bottle, with a compostable label. Aluminium can be recycled over and over with no loss of quality, making it infinitely recyclable in an efficient closed-loop system.
- To discard - remove and place the label in composting, and the bottle in recycling.
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