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By Wand Agency
http://www.soapberries.com/ Soapberries are harvested from the Sapindus mukorossi trees which usually grows in places with warm and tropical climates such as those already mentioned. These fruits are then sun-dried and the shells are removed from the seeds. The shells, which are the most useful components of the soap berry fruit, are packed into muslin bags. These muslin-packed soapberry shells is thrown into the machine together with the rest of the load, and may be used for up to four or six times.