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* This recipe be repeated up to 5 more times using these quantities for 6 litres.
* You can also use two litres of water and repeat process 2 more times for 6 litres.

NO BOIL RECIPE

Alternatively you can add 10 soapnuts to a kilner jar (similar) and 1 litre of hot water. Leave to soak and when water turns brown the soap has been extracted. Use liquid as needed and when jar is empty replenish with hot water. You can keep doing this until no soap is present in the soap nuts.

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