Green Soap Directions: Mix 1 part green soap to 8 parts distilled water (example; 1 oz. green soap to 8 oz. distilled water,or 16 oz. green soap to 128 oz. / 1 gallon distilled water.) ?Used to rinse, cleanse, and cool down – before, during, and after tattooing. A must have for any tattoo artist. ?Add some green soap to a foaming hand-soap container and shave your clients with green soap foam. Industry-favorite COSCO Tincture of Green Soap U.S.P. (Green soap is also known as ‘Liniment of Soft Soap’) COSCO has been around since 1966, and is used by more tattoo artists than any other brand This natural soap is made from pure vegetable oils, glycerin and lavender. Biodegradable, environmentally safe & made in the USA USE: Green soap is used for pre-tattoo skin preparation, stencil application & post-tattoo cleansing Also used for cleaning surgical or tattoo instruments before sterilization. Can even be used an excellent, lathering hand cleanser and shampoo DILUTING SUGGESTIONS: ?For cleaning instruments before sterilization – mix 1 part soap to 16 parts distilled water?For use as a shampoo or hand cleanser – use full strength?. For general use – mix 1 part soap to 8 parts distilled water Tattoo shops and artists: MSDS (material safety data sheet) available upon request Suggestions: 1 part green soap and 9 parts water as a skin wash and for applying stencils FACTORY BOTTLED, UNDILUTED SOAP: Beware other dealers with off-brands, leftover stock, or re-sellers who buy soap in bulk (drums) and re-package it themselves, as there is no way to ensure the soap is sanitary when its been re-packed in someone’s warehouse. We turn our stock frequently, and all of our sizes (16oz & gallons) are bottled by the manufacturer for safety.