Looking for Pine Jelly Soap

Anyone know whatever happened to pine jelly soap? It used to come in a plastic jar and was a wonderful cleaning product. My mother used to put a dab on a rag and wipe down the counters or mix it with water and wash the floors, etc. And it was so cheap! I have looked everywhere!


joynchocolate from Landisville, PA

January 2, 20080 found this helpful

Are you referring to Murphy's Oil Soap?

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January 2, 20080 found this helpful

No, it was a green "jelly" that smelled like pine.

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January 4, 20080 found this helpful

Try Vermont County Store. They sell a lot of stuff that is hard to find and they contact the makers and then carry it.

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January 6, 20081 found this helpful

Try soapsgoneby.com to see if they have it.

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January 14, 20080 found this helpful

Have you tried your local agricultural store? We have them

around this area called Agway. When I can't find things at

the regular places, I go there and if they don't have it,

they usually know where I can find it.

I did find this site, but it says sold in a 55 gallon drum.

http://www.sanitek.com/Application. ... ationClickID=4&ClickProductID=58

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February 4, 20100 found this helpful

Dear JoynChocolate,

I manufacture Kenny's Pine Jelly Soap just as you described, i.e. fluorescent green with pine oil. My product is packaged in 5lb and 40lb containers. It is jellied. You can call me, Kenny, at 216-721-2262....Guardian Co. Inc. I am working on my website.....guardianchemical.com. I should be 'up' at the end of February '10. Looking forward to hearing from you. Kenny

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August 9, 20160 found this helpful

Is your web sight up and running? I have been looking for the old pine jelly mom used years ago thank you.

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I am looking for the pine jelly soap in a plastic jar that my mother and grandmother used for all of their cleaning in the house. I need to buy some. Can anyone direct me to a place to buy it?

By Linda

January 24, 20120 found this helpful

I haven't been able to access this site. I do know that there is a foreign brand of the same product, and if you are in the USA and trying to find it, I suggest you ask in a middle-eastern grocery store that sells imported items. The product is called Al- Emlaq - it is excellent and reasonably priced. It is a disinfectant as well as an excellent cleaning product and is economical to use.

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April 23, 20120 found this helpful

Tried the link for http://guardianchemical.com/oilsoapjellysoap.

Not a direct line to buy pine jelly soap. I can't imagine why this is so hard to find! Has anybody in the US been able to find this soap?

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September 7, 20120 found this helpful

I use pine Jelly on my hardwood floors and to clean around the house; I buy from these guys and you can purchase it online at their website.


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March 28, 20160 found this helpful

They don't make the kind our mom and grandmother used. I can still see it in the jar my mom would take her hand in the jar and through some on the floor and mop. So many things and cleaner or the past are gone forever. Same with th clear floor wax of the past.

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March 28, 20160 found this helpful
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