Prepper- laundry, soap, cleaning, hygiene
How to Make Tallow Candles | The Prairie Homestead I've got tallow now I'll have to whip up a batch of these.
DIY Laundry Detergent | Costs around $28 and lasts up to a year!
DIY Homemade Laundry Detergent: Live Better, Save $$
Make Soap In The Round With Marble Pattern 10 oz distilled water 4.6 oz lye (sodium hydroxide) 18 oz olive oil 8 oz coconut oil 6 oz palm oil 2 tbls/0.9 oz castor oil 2 tbls green crisp apple fragrance oil (from Oregon Trail Soapers Supply) 0.5 oz glycerin (for mixing green iron oxide colorant) 1/4 tsp green iron oxide (from Oregon Trail Soapers Supply)
Soap recipes & lye calculator
Wash hair w baking soda and vinegar. My hair has grown a ridiculous amount and is now the longest it's ever been. It also takes 4 days for it to even get SLIGHTLY greasy, where as before it would start getting greasy in less than 18 hours. I will NEVER go back to regular shampoo.
Soak orange peels in vinegar for two weeks in a sealed mason jar then pour the vinegar into a spray bottle. Use as a non-toxic and yummy smelling "green" cleaner. I love using vinegar to clean with but have always wondered how to make it smell better - can't wait to do this!
What would we do if we had no toilet paper? hmmm...
Diane Feinstein's proposed gun ban regulates the guns we are allowed use to defend ourselves how much ammunition. The Gun Ban will NOT APPLY to our LAWMAKERS or their bodyguards! THEY WILL STILL BE ALLOWED THEIR GUNS AND ARMED BODYGUARDS!!!!!! She has guts to get up there and deliver a speech denying us of our rights! The whole time knowing SHE GETS TO KEEP HER GUN! Muslims in the government, taking our guns,devaluing our dollar . Canada is looking good.
Natural Deodorant! Rather than using a deodorant with aluminum, this is made with coconut oil (SO good for you), baking soda (to absorb odor), arrowroot powder ( I think to absorb liquid), and essential oils of your choice. I used lavender (great for healing of skin) and Lemon (antibacterial). Smells great, too! Let's see how it works! So far, so good!
Make your own deodorant