Soda Crystals/Washing Soda/Sodium Carbonate 750g Pouch

Soda Crystals/Washing Soda/Sodium Carbonate 750g Pouch 

Soda Crystals/Washing Soda/Sodium Carbonate 750g Pouch

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Plastic-Free Soda Crystals

These are Soda Crystals in a plastic-free, home compostable pouch! Plus they're made here in the UK.

Also known as Washing Soda, Soda Ash or Sodium Carbonate, this natural cleaner boosts laundry, degreases and tackles limescale. It's a versatile natural cleaner regularly found in the popular Nancy Birtwhistle recipes.

Soda Crystals are great for heavy-duty cleaning, boosting laundry, clearing drains and much more.

Whatever you choose to use them for, they're now available to you without the plastic, in home-compostable packaging.

While you're here, check out the following links to take a look at our range of plastic-free cleaning products and our nationwide refill scheme. Or our local refill delivery scheme if you live around the borders of Essex/Suffolk/Cambridgeshire!

Do not use soda crystals on aluminium surfaces, waxed or wooden surfaces.

  • 750g plastic-free pouch
  • Versatile, strong cleaner
  • Made in the UK
  • Vegan friendly
  • Earn 6 Pear Points with our rewards scheme!

Read our Spring cleaning blog post to find out how to use natural cleaners around the home.

FAQS

What are Soda Crystals?

Soda Crystals are the chemical compound Sodium Carbonate Decahydrate: Na2CO310H2ONa_2CO_3 \cdot 10H_2O

They're most often used as an alkaline multipurpose cleaning agent similar to bicarbonate of soda, but more powerful as it is more alkaline.

How are Soda Crystals made?

Soda Crystals are produced through the 'Solvay' process. This involves the reaction of sodium chloride (salt) with limestone (calcium carbonate) and ammonia.

Are Soda Crystals environmentally-friendly?

Soda Crystals are biodegradable so will break down naturally into the environment without harmful residues.

They're a non-toxic chemical so are safe to use without the risk of harming aquatic life when used as directed.

This makes them far more environmentally-friendly than harsh chemical cleaner alternatives.

What can Soda Crystals be used for?

  • Removing grease (hobs, hood covers, ovens, pans)
  • Cleaning heavily soiled surfaces & floors
  • Clearing blocked pipes
  • Effective in stain removal on clothes
  • Boosting laundry detergent by softening water and aiding cleaning
  • Limescale removal
  • Eradicating odours
  • Cleaning toilet bowls
  • Baths, bins and sinks

How to use Soda Crystals

Clean kitchen surfaces, hobs, extractors, bins, ovens and inside fridges

Dissolve 200g of soda crystals in 1 pint (500 ml) of water. Spray or wipe the solution onto surfaces. Leave stubborn marks to soak for a minute or two, then wipe them down with a clean cloth. Do not use soda crystals on aluminium surfaces.

Greasy pans

Mix 200g of soda crystals with every pint (500 ml) of water. Soak greasy pans in the solution of soda crystals and hot water. Leave for a few hours and wipe clean.

Cleaning washing machines

Run a hot wash with nothing but 500g – 750g of soda crystals added to the detergent dispenser.

Boost Laundry detergent

Using Soda Ash for laundry is one of the most popular uses. Add two tablespoons to your detergent dispenser to soften water and aid cleaning.

Cleaning toilets

Neutralise odours and clear limescale by pouring 300g of soda crystals down and around the bowl. Leave overnight before flushing away.

Blocked Pipes

Pour a mug of crystals down the plughole. Flush through with hot water.

What other natural cleaning products can I use similar to Soda Crystals?

Sticking with the plastic-free, natural cleaning theme? Check out our 750g plastic-free pouches of Citric Acid, Bicarbonate of Soda, and Oxygen Bleach.

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