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  1. Brian Guo

    Dear Manager,

    We are a professional soap nuts factory in China. We palnt a large number of soapberry here, if you are interested to get more competitive price or better quality, service.

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    Sales Manager

  2. Nicole

    What brands of soapnuts do you all use or recommend? I love Eco Nuts but know there are less expensive, less commercial-oriented brands online that are also great. Naturoli’s shipping is too pricey to Canada: any tips, anyone?

  3. This website was… how do I say it? Relevant!!
    Finally I’ve found something which helped me.

  4. Ashlyn Gay

    Im sill not understanding why u have to have lye if you mix the soap berry as the l athering effect and the oils ads a base why do you need lye. If u have a end product thats solid and leathers?

  5. mbcrunch

    Thank you so much for the fantastic info!!


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  2. […] out great.  I mixed it with a little vinegar and water (as per the instructions i found over at Crunchy Betty) and […]

  3. […] seeing a recent post on Soap Nuts from Crunchy Betty, I am eager to give them a try.  Soap nuts are dried fruits from the Chinese Soapberry tree, so […]

  4. […] Powder, which you can buy in powder form, or make yourself by grinding the shells VERY finely (in a coffee or spice grinder – the good news is, it cleans out really easily). This is good for laundry or adding to a homemade dishwasher detergent, which I’ll talk more about right now (taken from Crunchy Betty) […]

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