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Lemon Soap, Lemon Foam and Lemon Wash can all be used to wash your house and interior.
Reduce number of cleaning products – use Lemon Wash for all ordinary cleaning in addition to washing all surfaces such as ceilings, walls and doors.

Furniture

You can clean your furniture in wood and leather with Lemon Wash. If you have removable upholstery in textile, you can remove stains in the usual way with Lemon Soap before machine washing the cover with Lemon Wash. Below you can see how we recommend removing stains with Lemon Soap and Lemon Foam on different types of furniture.

TExtile

We recommend Lemon Foam to remove stains on couches and chairs with firm upholstery.

  1. Press out foam and massage onto the stain
  2. Wipe off all soap with a wet cloth immediately after application
  3. Repeat if necessary
wood

Lemon soap is great to use on stains on your wooden furniture. Many stains do not go off just by wiping the table in the usual way. Do you have Lemon Soap available?

  1. Rub with Lemon Soap and water – preferably with a scouring sponge on the stain
  2. Leave the soap to work for a few minutes before washing the furniture with Lemon Wash and water.
leather
  1. Use Lemon Foam
  2. Press out foam and massage onto the stains
  3. Wipe off all soap with a wet cloth immediately after application
  4. Finish with leather balm

Carpets

We recommend Lemon Foam to remove stains on the carpet. Do you want to clean the entire carpet?
Put the Lemon Soap in a bowl of water to wet the soap. Rub with the soap all over the carpet. Leave to dry and then vacuum.
You can use Lemon Soap on your wool carpets too!

stain removal

1. Use Lemon Foam and massage foam onto the stain
2. Wipe off all soap with a wet cloth immediately after application
3. Repeat if necessary

Textiles

All home textiles can be washed with Lemon Wash or Wool Wash as described under Clothing.

It is easy to remove the stains on tablecloths and cloth napkins whether the stains are red wine, grease, tomato sauce or blueberry jam. You use the same method no matter what type of stain it is. Remember that using Lemon Soap or Lemon Foam is easiest while the stain is fresh, but it is possible to remove old stains as well. How to remove the stains:

stain removal on machine washable textiles
  1. Put the item in some warm water
  2. Rub with Lemon Soap until the stains are gone
  3. For old or difficult stains  – leave it in the soap water for a couple of hours for the soap to work
  4. Rinse if the stain is gone
  5. If there’s some stain left  – machine wash as usual with Lemon Wash without rinsing off the soap 






stain REMOVAL ON CUSHIONS WITH FIXED FEATURES
  1. Rub Lemon Foam on the stain
  2. Wipe off immediately with a wet cloth
  3. Repeat if necessary

Tip! Do you have many cloth napkins or pieces full of old stains? Put a double dose of Lemon Wash (2 tbsp) in the washing machine with the napkins and cloths. Pause the machine for a few hours before rinsing so the soap will work well. Restart the machine and dry as usual.

Outdoor furniture

Wash your garden furniture in wood and plastic with Lemon Wash. Rub a little extra on all stains with Lemon Soap, Water. To clean your garden cushions, awnings and umbrellas – see below:

garden cushions
  1. Use Lemon Foam and rub it onto the stain
  2. Rinse or wipe off all soap with a wet cloth immediately after application
  3. Repeat if necessary
awnings and umbrellas
  1. Use Lemon Soap, water and a scrub and rub on the stains or the entire surface
  2. Leave to work for a couple of hours
  3. Rinse

Floor

You can clean all floors with Lemon Wash – also parquet, oiled and tiled wooden floors. Lemon wash is made of natural oils that clean and nourish the floors.

stain removal

If you have spilled something that requires extra treatment, such as red wine, grease or paint, we recommend removing the stains with a wet scouring sponge and Lemon Soap before washing the floor with Lemon Wash.

Kitchen

Lemon soap and a small bowl of lemon wash should should be kept at the kitchen sink. Both products have a certain antibacterial effect. Put a teaspoon of Lemon Wash in the water and the dishes will be perfectly clean. Wrap the cloth in the washing-up water and clean the benches. Use a scouring sponge, water and Lemon Soap to clean casseroles and kitchen sinks.

Bathroom

You can clean the entire bathroom with Lemon Wash and Lemon Soap. In addition to cleaning, the products also have a certain antibacterial effect. Wash tiles and benches with Lemon Wash. Use Lemon Soap with water and a scouring sponge and clean the shower, shower walls, bathtub and washbasin.

Windows and mirrors

Use Lemon Wash for cleaning of windows and mirrors for a clean and shiny result.

WINDOWS
  1. Put 1 tbsp of Lemon Wash in a bucket and add warm water. 
  2. Clean the window with the soap water.
  3. Use a squeegee and remove the water.
MIRRORS
  1. Put 1 tbsp of Lemon Wash in a bucket and add warm water.
  2. Wrap a polishing cloth in the water and rub the mirror clean.

Bed

You can remove stains and clean the mattress, duvets and pillows with Lemon Foam, Lemon Soap and Lemon Wash. Here’s how to do it:

Mattress
  1. Rub with Lemon Soap and water on all stains. In case of a small single stain, use Lemon Foam, but remember to wipe off immediately after application.
  2. Wipe with a wet cloth
  3. Repeat if necessary
  4. Place the mattress upright until it is completely dry





mattress topper
  1. Take off the cover of the mattress
  2. Place the part of the cover with stains in water
  3. Rub with Lemon Soap on all stains. In case of minor stains, please use Lemon Clean but remember that it should not work but wipe off immediately after application.
  4. Leave to work for a couple of hours
  5. Wash the cover in the machine with Lemon Wash



duvets and pillows
  1. Rub with lemon soap and water on all stains
  2. Leave to work for a couple of hours
  3. Machine wash the down duvets and pillows in a machine at 60 degrees with Wool Wash.
  4. Duvets and pillows with synthetic filling are machine washable at 40 degree with Lemon Wash.
  5. Use a tumble dryer until completely dry.






Furniture

You can clean your furniture in wood and leather with Lemon Wash. If you have removable upholstery in textile, you can remove stains in the usual way with Lemon Soap before machine washing the cover with Lemon Wash. Below you can see how we recommend removing stains with Lemon Soap and Lemon Foam on different types of furniture.

TExtile

We recommend Lemon Foam to remove stains on couches and chairs with firm upholstery.

  1. Press out foam and massage onto the stain
  2. Wipe off all soap with a wet cloth immediately after application
  3. Repeat if necessary
wood

Lemon soap is great to use on stains on your wooden furniture. Many stains do not go off just by wiping the table in the usual way. Do you have Lemon Soap available?

  1. Rub with Lemon Soap and water – preferably with a scouring sponge on the stain
  2. Leave the soap to work for a few minutes before washing the furniture with Lemon Wash and water.
leather
  1. Use Lemon Foam
  2. Press out foam and massage onto the stains
  3. Wipe off all soap with a wet cloth immediately after application
  4. Finish with leather balm

Carpets

We recommend Lemon Foam to remove stains on the carpet. Do you want to clean the entire carpet?
Put the Lemon Soap in a bowl of water to wet the soap. Rub with the soap all over the carpet. Leave to dry and then vacuum.
You can use Lemon Soap on your wool carpets too!

stain removal

1. Use Lemon Foam and massage foam onto the stain
2. Wipe off all soap with a wet cloth immediately after application
3. Repeat if necessary