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Do you make your own Homemade Laundry Soap? Do your friends and family think you're kinda crazy? :-) Give them a pretty sample jar of your homemade soap to try for themselves as a Christmas gift. They will soon see the light! ;-)

Homemade Laundry Detergent 3 cups of baking soda, 3 cups of washing soda, 3 cups of finely grated Castile soap and 3 cups of 20 Mule Team Borax. Use 1/2 of a cup of hypoallergenic laundry detergent per load of laundry. If your laundry is extra dirty, use 3/4 of a cup to 1 cup. Read more: How to Make Hypoallergenic Laundry Detergent | eHow.com

Will have to try this recipe next ~ not sure how she bought it all for less than $10, though ~ I think the soap alone is about $3-$4 a bar!! I will check it out, though!!

homemade laundry soap - Works great! (This recipe makes a soap powder.) I've been using it for over a week and I like it a lot. No more $9 bottles of detergent! I figured it out. The whole recipe cost $5.75 per batch (18 cups), which makes enough for 144 loads, or 4 cents per load. this link works