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    One tenth of my first batch of laundry soap!!! I used a space saver beverage dispenser. The recipe also made up 4 gallons and enough to make 5 more later! Good grief that's a lot for less than $12.00!

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Find a couple canning jars at the thrift store in two different sizes that would work as hand soap dispensers for the bathroom and kitchen. Choose a basic glossy white spray paint and spray it on the outside of the jars. Then take a nail and hammer it into the center of the jars' lids to start a hole. Use needle nose pliers to pull the tin back enough to fit the soap dispens...

Keep the mess in the towel then throw the towel in the laundry when you get home from your trip.

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Homemade foaming soap: 1 inch of liquid hand soap, Slowly fill the rest of the bottle with tap water. Put lid back on, and gently tip upside down & side to side to mix. Don’t shake (it will get too sudsy)

Keep the mess in the towel then throw the towel in the laundry when you get home from your trip.

Guide to Procedures: The Laundry Room - 11x14 print - Laundry, Symbols, Rules, Sign, Vintage, Decor, Art, Wall, Chalk, Chalkboard. $23.00, via Etsy.

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The Duggars' Homemade Liquid Laundry Detergent - $0.01 / load....hmmm, lots of good reviews on this. Maybe I will try it. Maybe.

DIY: Home made body wash-- Made 8/12 fairly successful...FYI using dove beauty bars turns out a very thin liquid. the best consistency was from the cheapy soaps I found at the dollar store. However, the Dove feels much nicer on the skin than the dollar store brand...what a conundrum! Will be experimenting with different brands in the future.

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