Tips and hints for olive oil black soap

Using black soap around the home and the kitchen

Instructions for use around the home and in the kitchen

Surfaces, worktops, cookers, etc

Black soap cleans and removes fatty deposits from cookers, all types of hobs, extractor fans, ovens, worktops, sinks etc.

Instructions for use: Put a little black soap on a sponge. Wash, then rinse with hot water.

Floors and tiled surfaces

Cleans and adds shine to all types of flooring ( tiles, terracotta, ceramic, laminate, marble, wooden parquet etc).

Instructions for use: Dilute 2 tablespoons of black soap in a bucket of hot water. Clean. No need to rinse.


Cleans and removes grease from frying pans, deep fat fryers etc.

Instructions for use: un peu de savon noir sur une éponge. Laver, puis rincer à l’eau chaude.

Copper and silverware, silver jewellery

Cleans copper and silver.

Instructions for use: Dilute 3 to 4 tablespoons of black soap in a little hot water. Soak your items for 10 minutes. No need to rinse. Leave to drain then dry. Buff to a shine with a soft cloth.

Bedding, tablecloths, towels, teatowels

Can be used both as a traditional detergent as well as for treating stubborn stains before washing.

Machine washing: Pour approx. 5 tablespoons of liquid black soap into the dispenser drawer.

Before washing: Apply soft or liquid black soap to the stain. Leave for 10 minutes or several days, then machine wash.

Windows and glass

Leaves glass surfaces flawlessly clean and bright.

Instructions for use: Dilute 1 teaspoon of black soap in 2 litres of hot water. Apply with a sponge, wipe clean with a squeegee and polish with a microfibre cloth. No need to rinse.