I tried this washing powder out earlier on a wash at 30 Celsius the product is true to its word. It washed my clothes brilliantly, i had a couple of stains on Justin’s top, checked them and they are nearly gone. I am really please with this washing powder.
Dermatogically tested and approved.
Outstanding cleaning performance at 30Â°C.
Free from perfumes and dyes.
Suitable for sensitive skin.
Hereâ€™s the range:
Surcare Superconcentrated Gel Wash 630ml, RRP Â£3.99
Surcare Powder 2.4kg (30 washes)/800g (10 washes), RRP Â£6.99/Â£3.00
Surcare Fabric Conditioner 1L (28 washes), RRP Â£1.65.
Surcare Super concentrated
Liquid Wash 630ml, RRP Â£2.79
- Always wash new clothes before your wear them to remove any chemical residue from the manufacturer. Depending on how sensitive you are, you may need to do this several times.
- Avoid dry cleaning – If you really must get something dry cleaned, see if there is a ‘green’ dry cleaner near you. Once you’ve picked up your clothes from the cleaner’. remove them from the plastic as soon as possible and hang them up to let chemical residues evaporate before wearing.
- Avoid conventional fabric softeners and dyer sheets. Experts agree that these are often the worst offenders for sensitive skin sufferers. There aren’t many healthy alternatives in the shops, but you can try adding a cup of vinegar to the wash to reduce static cling, and a spoonful of baking soda to soften clothes
- Chlorine isn’t good for your skin, so use the sun to bleach you clothes instead. A rinse in lemon juice and a few hours on the line in bright sunshine actually does the job much better than bleach!
- Try to keep one washing machine just for sensitive skin washing. If you do have to use a machine that’s had other kinds of washing powder in it (in a laundrette for instance) run a full cycle before putting in your clothes to flush through any residue from the previous wash.