soap flakes

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Noun1.soap flakes - soap that has been cut into flakes to make suds faster
soap - a cleansing agent made from the salts of vegetable or animal fats
plural, plural form - the form of a word that is used to denote more than one
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Using leftover soap flakes, some essential oils and a few fresh ingredients from the local market, they began making soap.
1 cup washing soda 1 cup scented baking soda (see "Adding Herbal Aromas, " on Page 43) 1 cup soap flakes or finely grated, pure bar soap Combine all ingredients and store in a sturdy plastic container.
Joanne, 41, has no washing machine, instead doing her laundry every morning using soap flakes in an authentic dolly tub.
There are many variations on the recipes for slosh, but the key ingredients are soap flakes and boiling water.
She said: "I can close my eyes and still picture the variety of colourful pictures on Lily's walls advertising various washing products, Lux soap flakes, and Coleman's Dolly Blues which all contributed to achieving a whiter-than-white wash."
Apply a teaspoon of soap flakes (mixed with a mug of warm water) and dab the white vinegar again, followed by the soap solution.
Her hands look like my mother's: dry and wrinkled and bleached by soap flakes. They are hands that work hard.
Washing up was done by hand, using soap flakes or soda crystals; we didn't have the luxury of washing up liquid detergent.
Gentle soaps (such as soap flakes) are preferred to those heavy in lanolin, perfumes and other chemicals.
Shopping at Lidl or Aldi is just like supermarket shopping abroad - most of the packaging is in another language so sometimes it can be a bit of a lottery as to whether you've picked up a packet of soap flakes instead of a box of cornflakes.
It is not the same as Baking Soda, Borax or soap flakes, all of which are white.