Epsom salt can be used on tough-to-clean pots and pans. If you've burnt something onto the base, left residue or neglected dirty dishes, scrubbing with Epsom will make your cleaning easier.
How it works
- Cleaning -> Pour a small amount of Epsom into the pot after soaking it in hot, soapy water.
- Laundry-> To use Epsom salt in laundry, simply add 1-2 Tablespoons to each load along with your choice of laundry detergent
- Beauty-> The elements it contains has natural healing properties and also help exfoliate and smooth the rough patches on the skin. That makes this compound a powerful beauty booster.
- Kitchen-> If you have a pan with burned food stuck onto it, don't hurt your arm trying to scrub it off! Instead, just mix a little Epsom salt with warm water in the pan, scrub, and rinse clean.
- Product Name: Magnesium Sulfate
- CAS No: 10034-99-8
- Formula: MgSO₄
- Synonyms: Magnesium Sulfate Heptahydrate
- Intended Use of the Product Food Ingredient, Pharmaceutical, Household and Personal Care Product, Water Treatment, General Industrial Use.
- Reuse or get a glass or plastic container with lid to fill with your Epsom Salt.
- Make sure it's always closed to maintain the integrity of the product.
- Reuse your bag to refill more Sodium Bicarbonate at an Everneat location or at your local refill store.
Select the best packaging for your Epsom Salt based on your personal preference or your recycling/composting capabilities.
- Compostable Pouch-> Has a limited shelf-life of 6 months and it's backyard compostable
- Recyclable Pouch-> Plant-based plastic pouch. Check with your local recycling service if they recycle Plastic #4