An ancient household remedy for removing the most stubborn stains on
wool and silk textiles. Gall soap is used whenever wool shampoos are not
enough to remove a stain. Applied directly, massaged gently into the
stain and rinsed with clear water, bile soap removes any organic soiling
from wool and silk articles. Available as a concentrate and only
intended for targeted stain removal, a few drops will suffice to remove
ugly stains from delicate materials.
Contents / INCI: cocamidopropyl betaine, mipa laureth sulfate, lactic acid, ex-gall concentrate, canola potassium salt, aqua.