Marius Fabre Black Soap is a traditional, pure vegetable soap, which stays true to the tradition of the original soap made by the Gauls and Romans. It is a vital ingredient in the art of fine lime plaster finishes and particularly Tadelakt.
Black Soap for Lime Plaster
Furthermore, the black soap has many other uses and benefits:
Black Soap In the Home
Cleans and shines all surfaces: tile and wood floors; ceramic, plastic, marble, and cement finishes; leather; carpets; Mexican or terra cotta tiles, etc.
Directions: Do not rinse. Simply sponge on and rub thoroughly to shine.
Black Soap In the Kitchen
Dissolves greasy spots (stoves, cooktops, pots and pans, deep fryers, dishes, tablecloths, napkins, windows).
Directions: Dilute 3 tablespoons of soap in 1 gallon of very hot water.
Black Soap In the Garden
Effective cleaner for aphid-induced sooty molds and other fungi on leaves and plants.
Directions: Dilute 2 tablespoons of soap and 5 tablespoons of isopropyl alcohol in 1 quart of water.
Black Soap For Animals
Used as a natural shampoo, this soap can be a gentle cleansing agent for dogs and horses, and an organic cleanser for agricultural breeders.
Black Soap For Artists
Paintbrushes maintain their luster and suppleness with regular black soap cleanings.
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