No-rinse means just that. You don't have to rinse it - really. Because Soak is a low-suds liquid, the dirt and detergent come out in the water and whatever is left in the item evaporates. When you squeeze out the water all that's left behind is a hint of fragrance that dissipates over time. You can rinse if you want, but rinsing won't affect how Soak cleans. It just removes the fragrances. Because no-rinse requires less agitation, it's easier on fabrics. Plus, the process uses less water, which is good for the planet.
Here's how to Soak the laundry you love.
There’s no better way to take care of the laundry you love. Whether you’re hand washing your laciest lingerie or giving your favorite sheets a whirl in the washing machine, Soak's gentle, no-rinse formulation has what it takes to get your stuff deliciously clean.
• Pour one teaspoon (or one squeeze) Soak into a gallon of cool water. Make sure there’s enough room for water to completely cover the item.
• Soak it for 15 minutes.
• Gently squeeze out water. No need to rinse.Some color may bleed into the water, but don’t worry, this won’t harm your garment. (Still, it's a good idea to test fabric for color-fastness before washing.)
• Lay items flat to dry.
• Wash sets (like lingerie) together.
Machine washing (Great for High Efficiency machines)
• Check your machine’s instructions to see how much Soak to use. One teaspoon per gallon.
• Add it just as you would a liquid laundry detergent, and run the machine on the cold delicate cycle.
• You can use the rinse cycle or not – depends on what you’re washing.