Information about Outdoor Rx Biodegradable Camp Soap - 8 fl.oz.
Closeouts. When you're spending time outdoors, a bottle of Outdoor Rx Biodegradable camp soap is suitable for all your cleaning needs. This fragrance-free soap is safe for washing the body, hair, dishes and clothing.
Reviewed by Lovin It! from Sunny South on Tuesday, January 01, 2013
We've been using camp soap, particularly this brand on and off since 1986 and have no regrets. It all depended on what brand we could find at the time. We found no real difference between any brand. We like that it is both biodegradeable and multi-use. It can be used to shower, shampoo, as a dish so...
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Reviewed by Jill and da d from New York on Monday, August 03, 2015
Bought this to replace a different brand. Works just as good at a fraction of the cost. It cleans everything and love that it is fragrance free. First shipment arrvied with the cap open. Called customer service, they had the replacent sent out to us right away. Thanks.
Reviewed by DJ from Duluth, MN on Wednesday, July 29, 2015
Bought this for our rustic cabin which does not have a well or running water. The price i paid was a 1/4 of what I would have paid locally. Great deal and the soap works great and is biodegradable and scent free for hunting season
Reviewed by Chris from Sacramento on Sunday, June 28, 2015
I love how I can use this for basically anything I need to wash. The soap is almost gel-like, so that caught me by surprise. Be careful when washing your hands because it slips right off easily and there goes wasted soap. I will most likely need to transfer the fluid into a smaller bottle because 8 oz is a lot to carry in my backpack.
Reviewed by edepass from Croton-on-Hudson on Tuesday, June 23, 2015
The only problem with this environmentally friendly camp soap is that there is so much of it, you will need to train your kids not to waste it. The fact that it doesn't have any scent makes them use more of it than what is really needed.
I used camp soap several years ago on a kayak trip in the Everglades. I can't remember how effective it was. Since it is so inexpensive, I suggest you buy it and, if doesn't work in salt water, save it for a fresh water camp.
Answered on 5/12/2014 11:06:31 AM by Kayak Man from Tampa Bay
Labeling on the container states that yes, the soap works in salt water. I have no way to test the claim
Answered on 5/12/2014 12:23:35 PM by westerner from NE Oregon
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