Travel Friendly 90ml Soak – rinse free modern laundry care on the go!
Fine fibers and delicate stitches need gentle care. Soak’s gentle formula takes care of your pieces, and leaves them clean and smelling wonderful.
The 90ml size is ideal for travel (flight-friendly), perfect for your hand bag, craft bag, or overnight bag! The 18+ washes per bottle makes it cost effective. Why not pair your favourite Travel Friendly Soak with the matching Handmaid hand cream?
Celebration: good clean fun. This sweet scent is a perennial favourite. Inspired by the heady essence of red rooibos tea, this delicate fragrance is decidedly delicious.
Fig: fresh picked clean. 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: material girl. 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.
Pineapple Grove: Be a pineapple. Stand Tall, wearing a lily filled crown, and always be sweet on the inside.
Scentless: for your sensitive side. Not a fan of fragrance? Scentless keeps your hand-washables (and your sensitive skin) clean and completely fragrance-free.
Yuzu: clean with a peel. 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.)
Soak is the gentle, rinse-free, eco friendly solution for the modern laundry. Not just for hand made garments, Soak can be used on quilts, swimwear, lingerie, gymwear, children’s toys, and anything else you would normally hand wash. All you need is water and 15min! For more hints on using Soak, visit the Soak School.
Soak believes in protecting the environment, which is important to us. For more information on their packaging and other useful stuff, see What’s In A Bottle?