Make your own liquid hand wash from a bar of soap. | 46 Penny-Pinching Ways To Save A Lot Of Money This Year

Make your own liquid hand wash from a bar of soap. | 46 Penny-Pinching Ways To Save A Lot Of Money This Year

A container (small glass jar or recycled candle jar)     Baking soda,     Essential oil,    Foil (or a lid you want to ruin and poke holes in)   Pour baking soda into container, about 1/4 full. Pour in 8ish drops of essential oils. Cover with foil/lid with holes

A container (small glass jar or recycled candle jar) Baking soda, Essential oil, Foil (or a lid you want to ruin and poke holes in) Pour baking soda into container, about 1/4 full. Pour in 8ish drops of essential oils. Cover with foil/lid with holes

GGODBYE SOAP SCUM!!! Heat up a cup of white vinegar in microwave for about 2 min. Mix in a squirt bottle with 1 cup of ORIGINAL BLUE Dawn dish soap. Spray, let sit for 1/2 hour and wipe with a sponge, Buh-bye

GGODBYE SOAP SCUM!!! Heat up a cup of white vinegar in microwave for about 2 min. Mix in a squirt bottle with 1 cup of ORIGINAL BLUE Dawn dish soap. Spray, let sit for 1/2 hour and wipe with a sponge, Buh-bye

Note to self...try this one FIRST! It has great reviews and she has used it for a long time. Can't wait to give it a try.

Note to self...try this one FIRST! It has great reviews and she has used it for a long time. Can't wait to give it a try.

Homemade bodywash:  1.  6 C. Distilled Water  2.  3 bars of Dove soap, grated  3.  Put in a pan on the stove, stir occasionally til soap is dissolved  4.  transfer to a glass bowl & cool 24 hrs.  5.  Pour into bottle for the shower.  Cost = $1.72 for 24 oz.

Homemade bodywash: 1. 6 C. Distilled Water 2. 3 bars of Dove soap, grated 3. Put in a pan on the stove, stir occasionally til soap is dissolved 4. transfer to a glass bowl & cool 24 hrs. 5. Pour into bottle for the shower. Cost = $1.72 for 24 oz.

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