Washing clothes with Jabón Azul

Jabón Azul versus the Soap with deer (Mýdlo s jelenem)

You know how every mother tries to help its child as much as possible. So my mum is not any different. So before leaving Czech Republic she was pushing me to take with me our the most ordinary soup with picture of deer which actually was the best for washing any kind of food marks. It does not matter whether those spots were from food, or blood or grass or any other kind of dirt. This very simple soap proved by generations worked always and I did not have to buy any other expensive washing detergents such as vanish etc. It was always sufficient enough to prewash a bit the certain spot with this soap and dress was clean and without chemical touch.

And yeah mum was right again, Edies clothes started to be marked from different fruits, meat, his blood while he scratch himself and I was not able to wash out and clean these marks by ordinary washing. Here the washing machines usually use cold water and as I can see the washing detergent is not melted fully and that’s why the final effect is bad.

So in the end I just asked Carlos mum what she would advise me to use. And then she came with Jabón Azul the Blue Soap and my problem was solved. So even in the other side of the world they believe in the most basic products and their generation proved strength.

So deer or Azul? Does not matter both work great!

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Writer: Zlata B. Vaskova


Young always smiling mom of 2 boys . Finished her master degree at the Economical University in Brno (Czech Republic) country in the heart of Europe. Heading new life stage with a brand new role in my future life career. I have been working for student NGO AIESEC, playing accordion for 11 years, swimming as a competitive mono flip swimmer, singing in a teenage choir and joining different hobbies when any opportunity appeared. I love traveling and exploring new countries so that's why I have been studying abroad (Finland, Thailand), working abroad (Estonia) and daddy of my kids is from Venezuela :). I am a passionate dancer too. Now working for various projects, passionate about a vegan diet.

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