Biodegradable soap normally used on wood furniture

Biodegradable soap normally used on wood furniture

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  • 1
    August 5th, 2012 13:49

    It’s a good idea to use Eco-friendly products against pest. However, two questions come to mind:
    Does this soap act as a pest repellent or a does it actually kill the pest? and for how long can it’s effect last on the pests?

    Hi Stephen

    In this particular spray for fruit trees, this soap, Murphy soap, neither kills the pest nor acts as a pest repellent. It is a gentle, non abrasive soap whose sole job is to help the spray stick to the leaves so that the other ingredients can do their job.

    We use this soap because we don’t want to injure the trees or their leaves. Using an ordinary dish soap which is meant to wash away the grease on dishes would only damage the leaves and possibly the fruit. So use this Murphy soap or olive oil when using this spray for fruit trees.


  • 2
    Alicia hipolto
    March 4th, 2016 20:26

    What store carries Murphys soap?

    Hi Alicia

    Here in Canada, I would buy the Murphy soap at Home Hardware.


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