Depending on the size of your laundry load, take 4-6 berries in your cotton bag and pop them into the washer with your clothes. Once the cycle is done make sure to collect any escaped berries and hang to dry. Reuse these same berries until they turn a greyish tone and either compost or put in your garden! For a deeper clean try adding things like baking soda, washing soda, vinegar etc. There are plenty of other ways to use your soap berries for home, body and garden, so be sure to check those out too!
Note: If you are using cold water to wash, boiling the berries first and adding that liquid as well will help with heavier jobs.
Wool Dryer Balls:
Throw them in the dryer with a few drops of your favourite essential oils to lightly scent your clothes. These can be used in over 1000 loads (2-5 years) and once you are done with them they are fully compostable or make great animal toys!
Stain Remover Piece:
Wet the stain and work the stain remover stick into it. Either let it sit for a little or launder right away. Always test before using on delicate fabrics!
Chew one tablet and brush as usual. Store in a cool dry place to keep the consistency. Once tin is finished, you can send it back to be reused or it can be up/recycled!
Copper Tongue Scrapper:
After brushing, take tongue scraper and scrape forward towards the tip of the tongue from the back. Rinse out your mouth or gargle once you are done. Careful not to activate your gag reflex! Rinse and wipe off before putting away.
Rockwell Butterfly Razor:
To load razor, twist bottom to open top, load razor and twist back to close securely. Once dull, remove blade and put away safely (I have been using a small mason jar) and recycle once full. Be sure to keep bth new and used blades out of reach of children or animals and make sure to dispose of them properly as per your townships specifications. Some pharmacy's may also take sharps to dispose them for you!
Stone Massage Tool:
Use a liberal amount of your favourite facial oil or serum to help the stone glide across your skin. use the larger areas around your cheeks, jawline and neck. Wipe any excess oils off before storing