What is it: Soak is modern laundry care. Clean up with Soak’s eco-friendly formulation. Developed to be as easy on the environment as it is on your clothes, it’s the no-rinse clean you trust and love.
Soak is perfect for your wool, laciest lingerie, softest sweaters, baby clothes, quilts, swimwear, workout wear and all the laundry you love. love it. wear it. soak it.
How it works: Just Soak and squeeze. No need to rinse. Lay knits flat to dry. Wash sets (like lingerie) together. Test fabric for color-fastness.
- made with plant derived and renewable ingredients
- biodegradable, phosphate-free, dye-free, sulphate-free
- safe for hand or machine washing (including HE)
Yuzu: PUCKER UP AND GIVE YOUR LAUNDRY SOME LOVE WITH A KISS OF TART CITRUS AND CRUSHED EUCALYPTUS. IT’S FRESH, SWEET AND UNDENIABLY DELICIOUS. (WE LIKE TO THINK OF IT AS CLEAN WITH A PEEL.)
Fig: DON’T GIVE A FIG ABOUT FRAGRANCE? YOU’LL CHANGE YOUR MIND WHEN YOU GET A WHIFF OF THIS SUBTLE SCENT. LIGHTEN UP LAUNDRY DAY WITH A DELICATE TOUCH OF FIG, LYCHEE AND DANDELION, AND LEAVE A HINT OF SWEETNESS ON YOUR FAVOURITE WASHABLES.
Lacey: AS SOFT AND FEMININE AS THE DETAILING ON YOUR FAVOURITE LINGERIE, LACEY BRINGS TOGETHER THE FRAGRANCE OF SPRING BLOSSOMS WITH THE SPICY SWEETNESS OF BERGAMOT, FOR A SIMPLE YET SEXY SCENT THAT’S MADE FOR YOUR DAINTIEST DELICATES.
Celebration: THIS SWEET FAVOURITE IS ONE OF OUR BEST SELLERS. INSPIRED BY THE HEADY ESSENCE OF RED ROOIBOS TEA, THIS DELICATE FRAGRANCE IS DECIDEDLY DELICIOUS.
Soak Wool Tips:
Prepare yourself for some dirt. When you hand wash, you’ll probably see dirt and oils in the water, especially if you haven’t washed your piece in a while. If the water gets really dirty, pour it out and Soak a second time.
Don’t worry about colour. Gentle cleansers like Soak can pull excess dye out of knitted items. If you see dye in the water, it’s okay – it won’t harm your item. (It comes out of your clothes in the machine too, you just don’t see it.)
Get the water out. Squeeze out as much as you can, but be gentle. Don’t wring, twist it or lift the item and let the weight of the water stretch it out. Roll it up in a clean towel, or if your machine has a gentle spin cycle, spin the water away.
Lay it flat. Place the item on a towel, reshaping as you go (for the knitting-uninitiated, this process is called blocking). Lay it flat in a spot with good air circulation on all sides (like a drying rack), and flip it over after a while so it has a chance to dry on both sides.