||Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)|
CAN I BATHE WITH ZOTE?
A lot of people in Mexico bathe with ZOTE. ZOTE is made with the same ingredients as a bath soap and the free alkalinty of both is similar (0.02% in bath soap and 0.04% in ZOTE soap) and therefore, they fulfill similar functions. Nevertheless, contrarily to a bath soap, Zote has additives that make it ideal for clothes care.
• If you have sensitive skin, check with your dermatologist first.
CAN I WASH BABIES CLOTHES?
Since the formula of ZOTE has very low alkalinity, it contains no salts that could massively deposit in the clothes and it has no toxicity problems; therefore, it may be used to wash babies clothes. If you have any questions, ask your physician.
WHAT ARE THE DIFFERENCES BETWEEN WHITE, PINK AND BLUE ZOTE?
The compounds of pink, blue and white ZOTE are the same, the only difference is the dye in pink and blue ZOTE. In the northern part of Mexico, pink markets dominate the market, while the population in the south prefer white soap. Thus, it is a matter of personal preference.
CAN THE DYE IN PINK AND BLUE ZOTE STAIN CLOTHES?
The dye contained by pink and blue ZOTE does not stain clothes in regular washing conditions.
CAN THE COLORS IN MY CLOTHES FADE WITH ZOTE?
The component in ZOTE to bleach clothes is the optical brightener, which “brightens up clothes”, as its function is to reflect the light in order to make colors appear brighter. Since it is a chlorine free bleach, it does not make the colors in clothes fade.
CAN I DO DISHES WITH ZOTE?
Although it is not formulated with this purpose, it may be used to do dishes. A lot of people in Mexico use it this way.
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