The shells of the walnuts dissolve saponin (water from 30 degrees) in the water, which removes dirt, cleans the laundry and makes them soft. There is no need to use a separate rinse aid at all. Wash nuts are suitable for all laundry, including wool and silk. Nuts do not leave chemical residues on laundry, such as chemical detergents, and are therefore particularly suitable for allergy sufferers, asthmatics and sensitive skin. Nuts and saponins are 100% naturally degradable.
Put 4-8 half nutshells of nuts (depending on how dirty) in the small cloth bag that comes with the package and a cloth bag in the washing machine. The same shells can be used 2-3 times after which they are discarded in biowaste. Wash nut solution: Crush a handful of wash nuts and soak overnight in 1 liter of water. Strain the Wash Nuts and store in the cold. The solution is stable for about a week. Applications of the solution: For cleaning, washing dishes, cleaning floor and furniture surfaces, cleaning septic tanks and sewers, shampoo, washing fruits and vegetables, cleaning various metal surfaces.
The Chinese soap berry (Sapindus mukorossi) is a species of deciduous tree belonging to the soap berry family. The fruit of the tree is commonly known as "Chinese soap berry" or "washed nut". The tree grows at the roots of the Himalayan mountains up to an altitude of 1200 meters.