Eucalyptus Delicate Wash
Ingredients Pure and natural eucalyptus oil, Ammonium Lauryl Sulphate (Vegetable-based soap), Ammonium Chloride (Is a salt of ammonia; used as a thickener), Cocamide MEA (Mild foaming agent and thickener derived from plant source), Purified Water, Hydroxypropyl Methylcellulose (Thickener derived from plant source), PEG 75 Lanolin (Naturally derived lanolin), Methylchloroisothiazolinone (Preservative and antibacterial)
Made in Ontario, Canada
Qualities Biodegradable, Non-Toxic, Optical Brighteners-Free, pH Neutral, Phosphates-Free, Synthetic Fragrance and Dye-Free
Eucalyptus Delicate Wash is Eucalan’s original scent. First introduced in 1989, it is scented using essential oil of eucalyptus. Eucalyptus oil is a natural moth and flea inhibitor, so use Eucalan Eucalyptus regularly on woolens and particularly before storing them for the season. The lanolin enriched formula helps to naturally condition fibres and keep static away. Use on all your delicates like sweaters, lingerie, hosiery, comforters, down jackets, bathing suits, and baby items. This fresh, clean scent is an excellent unisex choice.
When to use
- Excellent for wool, other natural fibres and synthetic fibres
- Preparation before storing garments for any period of time
- Washing pets, their bedding or blankets
- Nice compliment for equestrian tack
By Top Load Machine Fill with tepid water. Add 5ml/1 tsp of Eucalan per 4L/1 gallon of water (more for heavily-soiled items). Stop machine. Load washables. Squeeze articles gently and soak for 30 minutes. By-pass rinse cycle! Spin water out.
By Front Load Machine Select "rinse and spin" or delicate cycle, cold water. Add 5ml/1 tsp of Eucalan to dispenser drawer. Load washables and start cycle. This is a guide as all front loaders work differently.
By Hand Fill basin with tepid water. Add 5ml/1 tsp of Eucalan per 4L/1 gallon of water (more for heavily-soiled items). Squeeze articles gently and soak for 15 minutes or more. Squeeze to dry, never wring item to dry. No need to rinse!
Note Always test colour-fastness; avoid heavy agitation; lay knit articles flat to dry out of direct heat and sunlight.