I asked our customers to send me a list of uses for Charlie’s Soap that others might not have thought of. This is what they sent me.
1. Washing clothes
2. Cleaning carpets & rugs
3. Washing dishes by hand
4. In the dishwasher (use half a scoop)
5. Soaking hubby’s stinky smelly work clothes
6. Car mats
7. Cleaning the toilet
8. Scrubbing the shower
9. Cleaning basins
10. Mopping floors
11. Washing Nappies
12. Soaking my handtowels, hubby is a mechanic and clearly doesn’t clean his hands properly until he dries them
13. Baby Bibs
14. Pet beds
15. Getting clothes that USED to be white, back to white again
16. As a soil wetting agent
17. Cot sheets from accidents
18. Cleaning santas suit after all the chimneys he goes down his clothes are covered in soot!
19. Curtains, my kids get them filthy with their ‘see if Dad’s home yet’ window trips lol
20. Cleaning the outside of the BBQ
21. Fake halloween blood! comes straight out 😉
22. Cleaning wee accidents off the couch!
23. Cleaning stickyness off the couch from candy cane fingers
24. Cleaning oven racks
25. Cleaning couch covers
26. Washing the dog
27. To clean my wedding dress after my son wiped his chicken nugget tomato sauce fingers on it at our reception!
28. Cleaning the front of the fridge Make into a paste n use as an abrasive
29. Cleaning dog pee off the bed
30. Hand washing my yoga gear while I was on a retreat staying in a treehouse only needed a little and it was all Eco ticks all the boxes for travel
31. To wash my quilts to make them soft and cuddly!
32. Sheets that have been in storage and gone yellowy Soak over night
33. Fill bath tub with water. Put in Charlie’s soap put in your pillow stand on your pillow putting feet up and down. The colour will make you feel sick!
34. Cleaning the high chair
35. Washing car seat covers
36. Soaking all the household SOCKS at the end of the year that have gone grey
37. Make paste and use to remove sticky tape residue in pictures, fridges and glass
38. Scrub pots n pans with Charlie’s, leave soap on pot, put in a black plastic bag out ini the sun n leave all day, then just wash normally
39. Spray Indoor/Outdoor cleaner on the car just before rain and let the car wash itself!
40. Soak tea-stained cups
41. Make a paste and clean the oven door
42. Wash soft toys
43. Wash woolen jumpers, scarves, beanies and gloves at the start of winter after they have been in storage half the year
44. Spray on stains on laminate bench tops, leave a minute or two then wipe straight off
45. Soak your child’s footy team strips on your rostered week
46. Wash pesticides off fresh fruit & veggies
47. Spray on spills on carpet then rub with a cloth, lifts straight off!
48. Oil stains in garage/driveway
49. Cleaning tools
50. Water the garden with the greywater, it’s safe!
51. Use in septic systems
52. Wipe coffee rings off coffee table
53. Soak school bags at the end of the year
54. Brighten and soften towels that have gone dull and crunchy
55. Clean tar off the car after driving near roadworks
56. Clean walls
57. Rejuventate outdoor kids toys
58. Clean outdoor furniture
59. Soak kids drink bottles
60. Dissolve in water for a refreshing and softening foot soak
61. Wipe over light switches (it’s alarming how grubby they can get!)
62. Clean stainless steel kitchen appliances
63. Use wth the high pressure cleaner outdoors for cleaning walls, pathways etc.
64. Soak sheets, towels etc. after sick children
65. Soak out sweat stains from armpits of clothing
66. Clean athletic wear
67. Soak cloudy crystal
68. Clean grungy vases
69. Clean off bathtub ring
70. Clean off stained coffee decanters
71. Rejuvenate grandmas old tapestries, crochet, doilies etc. after being in storage
72. Wash your sunglasses in it!
73. Brighten up white towels that have gone greyish
74. Soak op-shop bargain finds
75. Gentle enough to soak even the most delicate lace yet powerful enough to clean diesel engines!
76. Clean dentures!
77. Keep a bottle of Kitchen & Bath cleaner handy, it cleans anything and everything! Just spray on and wipe off.
78. Wipe down car interior while waiting at red lights
79. Clean computer keyboards
80. Soaking dirty, discoloured shirt collars
81. Soak mats in the bath overnight, you will be horrified about the water colour
82. For the Lego lovers soak overnight, rinse well and dry in the sun when it starts to look grubby
83. Wash your grocery ‘green bags’ every now and then. They get gross after a while!
84. Soak the rangehood filter
85. Clean golf balls
86. Wash your horse for a glossy coat and shiny mane and tail
87. Get bonfire/camping smell out of your gear
88. Clean out bird, mice and similar pet cages
89. Soak the esky out before the first use of summer
90. Wash your feather/down/wool doona
91. Shine up chrome wheels
92. Soak/clean make up brushes and sponges
93. For the hairdressers and masseurs, wash all those towels!
94. Soak out mould from swimming gear forgotten in bags too long
95. Washing dishes and clothes in the river when camping. It’s biodegradable and perfectly safe!
96. Clean your kitchen sink (either with teh K&B cleaner or washing powder, the powder gives a bit of abrasion for tough ones)
97. Get narrow-necked bottles that wont fit a brush clean. Just soak overnight.
98. Soak hairbrushes
99. Remove labels from glass jars that you want to re-use. Soaking will dissolve the glue.
100. Soak sheer lace curtains to brighten and remove dirt/dust.
Thank you to everyone that contributed to this list.
If you haven’t tried it yet get some now and find out what all the fuss is about!