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Kim R
Kim R • 2 years ago

BORAX VS. WASHING SODA Washing soda more of a laundry booster (water softener); Borax more of a general cleaner as well as laundry booster. When you use borax in the washing machine, do not add bleach because of the danger of toxic fumes. Both are safe for septic, plumbing and machines.

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1 cup Washing soda or Baking soda (I've seen many recipes that use both so use whatever you have on hand or a combination of the two.) 1 cup Borax (Borax and baking soda/wash are both natural disinfectants and mild abrasives.) 1/4 cup Kosher salt (reduces the effects of hard water) 1/4 cup citric acid (available at brewing places also. Or as an alternative you can use the same amount of Fruit Fresh or two packets of Lemonade-Flavored Kool-Aid, ONLY lemon and ONLY unsweetened!)

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I am going to try to dish soap soon: Dish Detergent Steps: Mix together 1 cup of borax, 1 cup of washing soda, and 1 cup of sea salt. Store in an air tight container. Tips: If you want your detergents to have a scent, add a few drops of essential oils For the best results with your dishwasher, put vinegar in the spot where rinse aide should go – your dishes will sparkle!

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