Like all Herbaria products, Burano™ is free of detergents, synthetic fragrances, dyes, enzymes and brighteners, any of which can remain in clothes and bedding. Those harsh additives often cause skin irritation or allergies. Talk about “free and clear”!
Burano has the pleasant aroma of natural soap, lightly scented with the essential oils in the bars we've shredded to make it. The shreds dissolve easily in the wash.
Use Burano to extend the life of your garments. You’ll notice clothes come out feeling softer. Instead of Woolite, wash delicates with Burano--sweaters, knits, jackets, comforters. It’s safe for washable wool, linen, cotton, silk, and synthetic fabrics.
It’s an unbeatable value. The resealable 2.5 oz bag, perfect tester size, will launder about 14 loads in a high-efficiency (HE) washer. The resealable one-pound (16 oz) package will launder about 90 loads of clothing in an HE washer. Our heavy-duty five-pound bag (80 oz), sealed with a twist-tie, will launder a whopping 340 loads. All load estimates are based on a 2 tablespoon usage.
In a top loader, you’ll use a little more (about 1/4 cup). Just toss the flakes in with the clothes. Use Burano alone or combine it with baking soda, borax, or washing soda for enhanced cleaning.
These soap flakes have many uses beyond the laundry. Soak vegetables and fruits in a bowl of water with a few shreds of Burano. Wash rugs without fading their colors. Safely clean the children’s toys. Safe also for wood, leather, china. We could go on.
All this and biodegradable, too.
“We recommend hand washing our sweaters and garments in cold water and Burano. It’s what we use.”
Nina Ganci, Skif International
St. Louis, MO
“For my high-efficiency front-loading washing machine just one tablespoon of Burano gives wonderful results. The laundry is clean, fresh, and much softer than with my previous products. I have always resisted using fabric softeners. I have loads of laundry--kids, dogs, gardening.”
Regine Nickel, Medford, NY
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