green Soup


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ndustry-standard Green Soap in 1 pint (16 oz).  Made in the USA by Cosco Soap and Detergent based in Bronx, NY.

This specialized soap is a multi-purpose cleaning agent, it is an effective detergent/cleanser for the removal of protein soils and debris from the body and hard surfaces.  This stuff is also invaluable for the effective cleaning of surgical instruments and surgical apparatus devices before autoclave sterilization.  Preferred cleaning agent of most professional tattoo artists, all self-respecting studios will have at least a few bottles around.  In addition to being excellent for tattoo-related cleaning purposes, this soap is also used for stencil transfer, as a cost-effective hand cleanser, shampoo and cleaning surfaces and floors.

Green Soap Dilution Directions (How to dilute):
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. This is a must-have for any tattoo artist!  Add some to a foaming hand-soap container and shave your clients with green soap foam.


  1. For cleaning instruments before sterilization – mix 1 part soap to 16 parts distilled water.
  2. For use as a shampoo or hand cleanser – use full strength.
  3. For general use – mix 1 part soap to 8 parts distilled water



Green Soap can be mixed and diluted to different concentrations for different applications. A mixture of ten percent green soap and ninety percent distilled water will be effective for skin preparation. A mixture of one cup of green soap to 1 quart of distilled water will make a very effective all-purpose cleaner that can be used in spray bottle to clean work areas or as a soaking agent for needles, tubes and tips. Although this stuff is capable of killing off a lot of germs and bacteria, it is not a substitute for properly sterilized equipment that should be sterilized in an autoclave. If an autoclave is not available for needles, tubes, and grips, just go disposable.


You can use Green Soap for stencil transfer. After shaving the area to be worked with, wipe the skin with a clean paper towel that is soaked in green soap to remove loose hair. Moisten the area with green soap sprayed from a spray bottle. Apply and spray the purple stencil (one for transfer) with green soap and wipe over it with a paper towel before removing the transfer.

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