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  • Jennifer Fishburn

    Home made laundry detergent - approximately 576 loads for $6.00 and all basic ingredients - no dyes, preservatives or bizarre chemicals. Another, somewhat similar homemade detergent recipe to try.

  • Amy Halvorson

    Homemade washing detergent. About $6 and it washed 576 loads!

  • Vala Fisher

    I am totally going to have to try this. I spend so much money on special laundry soap! Homemade liquid washing detergent. $6 for 576 loads.

  • Whitney Dahlin | Mayfair Market Signs

    More homemade laundry detergent. Liquid. Apparently does 576 loads of laundry for $6. I might try this in 6 years when my homemade powder detergent is gone.

  • Donna Maisel

    Homemade laundry detergent. Estimated cost for all the ingredients to make this is 6 dollars for 576 loads! Idea #2 for making homemade laundry soap.

  • Jeanna Holt Williams

    Homemade laundry detergent. Approx 576 loads for $6. I want to try this!! I'm going to try this one when my dry homemade detergent is gone

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