Our Green Goddess Hemp & Coconut Unscented Castile soap is one of my favourite products. It’s made in Taranaki using pure rain water and natural organic ingredients and is cost effective when compared to other castile soap brands, best of all it does not contain palm oil.
There are so many different ways to use our castile soap; as a floor cleaner, dog wash, stain remover, cleanser and many of the recipes on our site and in Wendyl’s books require liquid castile.
For more inspiration check out these great uses.
13 Great Uses For Green Goddess Liquid Castile
Use castile soap as a shampoo. Mix castile soap with water at a ratio of 1:3
Make a tile or toilet “soft scrub” out of Green Goddess Premium Baking Soda and castile soap. Fill a spray bottle with a dilution of 1:3 castile to water. Sprinkle the area you wish to clean with a liberal dusting of Wendyl’s Premium Baking Soda, then spray the castile solution over the top. Scour with a sponge or scrub brush and watch the stains disappear.
Use 2 or 3 tablespoons of castile soap in a full bucket of water to make a floor cleaner.
Make a dishwashing soap (for hand washing) or a liquid hand soap (for washing hands) by simply mixing a 1:1 ratio of castile to water, add a few drops of essential oil if you’d like a scent.
Make a carpet cleaner by mixing 1/4 cup castile into 1 cup water. Place the solution in the blender and let if fly until if forms a stiff foam, Apply as you would any other carpet cleaning product.
Use it as a gentle but very effective bath soap/body wash. Add a couple of drops of your favourite essential oil and dilute in a ratio of 2:1 with water. Best used in a foaming soap bottle as it lasts longer.
Castile is great as a dog or horse wash. Use the same ratio listed above with or without essential oils.
Make a carpet cleaner, mix 1 cup of water with 1/4 cup castile then blend until it becomes stiff. Apply to stains on carpet, leave for 10 – 15 minutes then rinse out with water and blot.
Get rid of any toxins on your vegetables (if you’re not buying organic). Add 1 tablespoon castile soap to 2 cups water.
Castile makes an excellent stain remover, it’s especially good on grimy collars, sleeves and cuffs. Apply as is then add a little water and rub the stain, some will turn a faint purple colour which is a good sign, then wash as usual.
Make a weed spray using this recipe.
Use a little as a cleanser to remove make-up, apply to a natural remover pad, ,add a little water and cleanse, be sure to avoid the eyes.