Homemade liquid laundry or powder Powdered Laundry Soap: 2 cups finely grated soap (Ivory, Fels Naptha, Zote, homemade, or a combination) 1 cup borax 1 cup washing soda Mix and store in a coffee can or what have you. Use T per load.
DIY Laundry Detergent 1 lb 12 oz) Box of Borax 1 lb 7 oz) Box of Arm & Hammer Super Washing Soda 1 lb) Container of OxyClean 2 oz) Bars of Zote Soap 1 lb) Box of Arm & Hammer Baking Soda oz) Bottle of Purex Crystals Fabric Softener
DIY dishwasher detergent - Love this recipe also! I SWEAR by Lemi-shine.my dishes never have spots on them, I never will use anything else. You will notice a difference the very first time.even plastic containers are spotless! - CLEANING - tips
DIY:: The easiest and least expensive way Ive ever seen to get rid of mold- no scrubbing required. - Spray bottle from the dollar store, - Bleach from the dollar store, any generic kind will work - tap water
How To Make Your Own No-Grate Liquid Laundry Detergent
No grate homemade laundry soap. 3 tablespoons borax, 3 tablespoons washing soda, 2 tablespoons Dawn Dish Soap- 4 cups boiling water-- mix till all dissolved, let liquid cool, fill the one gallon jug with cold water.
DIY Laundry Detergent- smells wonderful, leaves towels fluffier, and is very inexpensive! I like this recipe better than the other one. The addition of the fabric softener means laundry will smell better and feel softer
only need a tablespoon per load NEVER purchase another laundry detergent brand. This has inspired me to make more homemade cleaning products :) very exciting! Laundry soap recipe - for months' worth of soap.
diy foaming handsoap - Fill the Empty Foaming Soap Bottle with approx. 1 inch of your 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
FOR the bathroom DIY Toilet Cleaning Bombs - Deodorize & Kill Bacteria! Just Drop One in the Bowl; It's simply baking soda, citric acid and essential oils. Sounds easy enough to make a couple of dozen.
club soda, baking soda, and vinegar to clean carpet stains (even SHARPIE pen stains!) gonna try the club soda since ive never tried it but as for the vinear and baking soda they are a permant household item in my house!
Make Your Own Laundry Color Catchers. A color catcher catches loose dyes found in the wash water and prevents the dye from running or bleeding onto other clothes. By using a color catcher in your washing machine you can wash darks and lights together.