Sard Wonder Soap

Sard Wonder Soap

Sard Wonder Soap

83 reviews

73% · 6116 · 19%

Removes a variety of stains
Doesn't bother sensitive skin
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83 reviews
CalGreater Melbourne (Inner), VIC2 posts


I had oil stains on a brand new jumper. I googled best way to get out. First I tried the most common response which was dish detergent. It maybe lightened the stains a bit but they were still there. I then tried Sard wonder soap and the stains have completely gone! I love this product. Show details
Kellie Greater Melbourne (Metropolitan), VIC2 posts

Incredible bathroom and kitchen cleaner

Sard Wonder Soap does an unbelievable job cleaning neglected bathrooms and kitchens. I get the suds going by lathering the bar in a microfibre cleaning cloth and apply to the shower, stove top whatever. After about 5 mins dwell time I give it a quick scrub or wipe over with a microfibre cloth and hey presto the results are stunning. I love Sard Wonder Soap for everything. Cheap, no irritating vapours and gentle on our waterways. Show details
LadyDragonHunter Region, NSW6 posts

Excellent Cleaner makeup brushes

With gentle rubbing on the makeup brushes then wash in water, gets my brushes clean every time. Sard IS the Wonder soap. Show details
dullbootSydney, NSW6 posts

Worked wonders on dried blood

Sard Wonder Soap did an amazing job of removing dried blood from my tan leather sofa. Not too harsh, it didn't mar the finish or rub-up the surface at all. Show details
SharniSouth East Queensland, QLD2 posts

If this can’t get the stain out nothing will!

The BEST stain remover, lasts ages. Cost only a few dollars! Couldn’t live without it honestly.
My partner is a mechanic & I can get every single oil stain out of his clothes every time!
Removes blood & wine!
Note that it does lighten clothes over time. Show details
Linda2 posts

Genuine stain remover

I have used sard soap for 35 years. 3 sons cricket whites and later chefs whites. Best stain remover ever made. Highly recommend this product. It genuinely does what it says!
JAsSouth East Queensland, QLD11 posts

Best Stain remover

Works better then soaking at removing all food based stains off my toddlers clothes. It was so disheartening to do a load of her washing, dried and folded to see bolognese sauce or pumpkin still on it ! I tried this and it’s Amazing. All I do is rub this soap over anything that looks like it won’t come out from washing alone and wash away. Don’t need to bother with mixing up soaking solutions or wringing out soaking wet clothes to load into the machine anymore. I wish I’d found it before cause it would’ve dealt with poo explosions well too! Show details
ShoppingBlowsLaunceston, TAS128 posts
DazSouth East Queensland, QLD

Hopeless didn’t work at all

Followed directions and did not clean at all. Save your money and do not get this product. Sent email to customer information with no response. Very disappointed with this product.  Show details
JenniferSydney, NSW6 posts

Magic soap

Sard soap has been a staple in my laundry for 42 years. Wet the stain, rub with soap, leave 20mins before fully washing. My granddaughter calls it Nannys magic soap.  Show details
B Jensen
B JensenSydney, NSW9 posts
Mrs M.
Mrs M.Sydney, NSW45 posts

Not what it used to be

I scrubbed as hard as nails with this soap just now, years ago it would of rid of the stain in jiffy, the stains are still there....looks like i will be looking elsewhere for a soap that removes stains Show details
Casey R.
Casey R.Perth, WA3 posts

Could be a lot better

It's good for lightening things like dirty socks or lightening greying whites but extremely poor for stubborn isolated stains. I used wonder soap in conjunction with sards wonder super power spray (twice) for a food stain on a shirt and it hardly even lightened it. Super disappointed. Show details
goldcoastladySouth East Queensland, QLD101 posts

love it

I brought this soap to get some old stains out of a dress. It does the tick and leaves no nasty smells (I cannot use washing powders because of this reason). I also used some on a cloth to wash my oven grills. I was amazed of how it removed some rust and dirt of the grill. Is my saviour Show details
sturnbullAU72 posts

Laundry essential

This soap is good for treating smaller stains by hand. You can also use it for greasy collars. I think it works better than the spray-on Sard treatment, although it does require more elbow grease. I always keep it on hand. Remember to tailor the water temperature to the stain, e.g. use cold water on blood stains (hot water sets them). It doesn't leave a strong smell providing you rinse the item properly.

Questions & Answers

Janet K
Janet K

I’ve bought a used front loading washing machine which has left my first wash of towels dirty grey with black marks. I’ve removed the soap drawer and found thick black slime all over the base and inside the machine and down the pipe where the water fills the machine. I’m trying Sard and can already see the water is dark brown. Can I run a second sachet through when this finishes and can anyone suggest how I can get the pipe clean please?

Janet K
Janet K  

I used sard stick stain remover on a cotton dress and it has left marks and faded the material. Is there anyway I can save the dress please?

John W
John W

Can I use Sard on a leather jacket?


I absolutely love Sard soap it does amazing things on stains, however saying that, for leather jackets I would take it to the dry cleaner.

Janet K
Janet K  

Try leather wipes. I used these on our leather sofa and they really worked to clean and put back moisture into the leather. I think Sard would be too harsh for your jacket.

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  • Sard Wonder Soap works on all major stain types - from proteins to greasy stains to coloured spots - making it a laundry staple for any household.
  • It can be used in washes of all temperatures, making it easy to use and kind to the power bill if you’re opting for cold washes.
  • The laundry soap can be used on whites and colours, helping keep your laundry white and bright.
  • It can be applied directly to stains for instant removal, or it can be used in an overnight soak for stubborn stains, meaning you’ve got all your bases covered when tackling persistent spots.
  • A 125g soap bar will cost you $2.65.

Points of praise:

  • Many reviewers said Sard Wonder Soap removed all kinds of stains.
  • The laundry soap is gentle on all fabrics, according to reviewers.
  • Reviewers with sensitive skin noted that it didn’t cause them any kind of irritation.
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