Black soap is an amazing natural and multi-purpose cleaner.
Most black soaps are made from linseed oil, but Marius Fabre's black soap is made from olive oil. Its dark brown colour comes from its really high content in olive oil. It's so unique that Marius Fabre decided to patent the recipe itself.
This black soap is the perfect natural cleaning alternative for your home.It's easy to use, 100% solvent free and contains no artificial colouring. Its highly concentrated formula means that you only need a little each time you use it.
Blacks soap can be used as a floor cleaner, a multi-purpose cleaner for kitchen countertops or to wash greasy pots (see our recipe in the Recipe section). It will also remove stains on tea towels or tablecloths, and it is a great product to remove grease over kitchen hobs or ovens.
What else can I do with black soap:
- Clean windows and fire insert glasses.
- Clean all kind of surfaces including marble and ceramic.
- Aphids repellent.
- Can remove stains on delicate fabrics and upholstery.
We chose to work with Marius Fabre because they are one of the four real Marseille soap makers. All their products are palm oil free and certified by Ecocert greenlife & natural detergent.
- solvent free
- artificial colouring free.
- fragrance free.
- colouring free.
100 % vegetable oils (olive oil)
- No colouring, no added fragrance, no preservatives.
- No chemical additives.
Simply potassium soap made with olive oil, water.
Its highly concentrated formula means that only a little goes a really long way.
Absolutely love this soap, makes everything sparkle! Would it be possible to get in glass or have a bigger refill option as well? :)
Wow, it cleans, works as a spray, gets out stains AND is eco-friendly too. Black soap… looks a bit weird, will work wonders all around your home.
Interesting stuff! I have it in a spray bottle as advised by Jessica and am using it on lots of surfaces. I like cleaning my granite worktops with it, using a micro fibre cloth
There’s a faint smell of olives afterwards, which I like (it soon disappears though, if that’s not your thing)