Pure linseed soap can be used for all cleaning and can be used on all surfaces, brushes, tools, and for personal hygiene.
Linseed soap is made from cold-pressed raw, purified linseed oil and water. It is a pure natural product, without any additives.
Some ways to use
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.