Linseed soap is made from cold-pressed raw, purified linseed oil and water. It is a pure natural product, without any additives.
For paint brushes and hands: Mix soap with a little water. Work into brushes and rinse.
For wooden floors: Add about 1/2 cup of the soap to a bucket of water. Scrub and dry.
For other surfaces where dirt is ingrained (ovens, stoves, car, kitchen work surfaces, or stains on textiles): Apply undiluted soap with a little water. Rub the surface and leave. Rinse cloth with water or wash in washing machine.
For personal hygiene: Use on skin without triggering any chemical sensitivities.
For stain removal: Apply directly to stain, scrub lightly, and rinse clean.
For cleaning metal fittings and hardware: Boil rusty or old painted fittings and hardware in 50/50 Linseed Oil Soap and water for a few hours. Leave to cool overnight. Remove the fittings, and brush them off in clean water, and leave to dry. Be sure to capture old paint sludge and dispose safely.