Looking to replace your current laundry detergent, grate a few bars of soap and add a couple of tablespoons to the wash (trial and error here dependant on the size of your washing machine, load and how dirty the load is.
Prefer a liquid detergent? Soap down to the last slither? Put it into a 500ml jar and fill with water. Keep adding the “lasts” to the jar and when the soap has dissolved and is thickened, use in place of liquid laundry detergent.
LMF soap is also wonderful to use in the laundry. As a stain remover, particularly on oil and grease stains, grate Lemon Myrtle Fragrances soap (about 10 gm into a litre of warm water, stir till it dissolves) allow it to cool and then use on stains – rub in, allow to soak and then wash normally. (Always patch test first on an inconspicuous spot).
LMF Soaps act as a very economical shampoo bar – great also for beards and dreadlocks.
Lemon Myrtle Fragrances soap is an efficient and effective way to keep your linen closet smelling good and reduce insects. Buy your Lemon Myrtle Fragrances soap in bulk, place it in the linen closet between your sheets, towels and pillow cases and not only do they smell fabulous when you use them, the soap dries further so they last longer.