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  • Rose Black

    Eco-friendly Dishwasher Powder 1 Cup Washing Soda (from supermarket) 1 Cup Baking Soda 1/4 Cup Salt 1/4 Cup Citric Acid Mix together (powderise in a food processor). Use 1 tablespoon per load. Way cheaper than the brought stuff, less than 5 cents a load. HINT - use white vinegar in the rinse aid dispenser.

  • Amy Funk

    DIY Dishwasher Detergent: 1 Cup Washing Soda (from supermarket); 1 Cup Baking Soda; 1/4 Cup Salt; 1/4 Cup Citric Acid; Mix together (powderise in a food processor). Use 1 tablespoon per load. Less than 5 cents per load. Use white vinegar in the rinse aid dispenser.

  • Christi Reed

    mousehouse: eco-friendly dishwasher powder... and a sherbet recipe

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