Sunflower Oil All-Purpose Soap

By Warhorse

$19.95
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This multi-purpose, biodegradable soap makes quick work of cleaning up grease and grime. And the all-natural sunflower oil formula is also surprisingly gentle on skin. It’s all Made in the USA from Georgia-grown sunflowers and is non-toxic and non-GMO, too.

  • Made in the USA: Lenoir, NC
  • Ingredients: Water, sunflower seed oil, coconut oil, canola acid, glycerin, lemon peel oil, citronella oil, rosewood oil, lemongrass oil, palmarosa oil, tea tree oil, rosemary oil, citric acid
  • Includes 32 fl. oz. of sunflower oil all-purpose cleaning soap
  • Concentrated soap, makes 2.5 gallons. Please see dilution instructions before use
  • Cuts through the tough dirt and grime
  • Has moisturizing properties and is gentle on sensitive skin
  • Perfect for greasy messes or light cleaning
  • Raw sunflower oil contains nourishing fatty acids, natural lecithin, vitamin E, and waxes
  • Responsibly sourced Glycerin
  • Non-GMO project verified and biodegradable
  • All-natural, non-toxic, and made without synthetics
  • Bottle made of 100% PET recycled BPA-free plastic
  • Dimensions: 3.25" x 3.25" x 9"
  • Weight: 2 lbs.
What do you get if you squeeze a sunflower?

About Warhorse

Biodegradable Soap

The sunflower-based biodegradable soap from Warhorse is tough on things like grease and dirt, but is surprisingly gentle on skin. That’s why this old-fashioned cleaner is still a go-to. Plus it’s all-natural, non-toxic, and non-GMO, too.

It’s all made in North Carolina from Georgia-grown sunflowers. Founder Tawana Weicker started making the cleaners after she’d already conquered making her own biodiesel from leftover cooking oil.

We were pleased at how well Warhorse worked. Some green cleaners can be light on effectiveness, but Warhorse brought a funky trash can back to sparkling clean life. It’s no wonder that sunflower oil soaps have been used for years. And the quick-cleaning, fresh-smelling power will help with chores big and small around the house.