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Make A Year's Worth of Laundry Detergent for $30.00

Regular readers of this blog will know that I am completely sold on the No-Grate Laundry Detergent that I posted back in February of this year. But, like I’ve said many times on this website, I am always open to new ideas! And I really liked this idea that someone posted as a comment awhile …
  • Thecla Gibson

    years supply of powdered laundry detergent recipe - One Good Thing by Jillee.

  • Shawna Amos

    Make a years supply of home made laundry detergent for around 30.00 WITH fabric softener crystals in it!!! TONS of people swear by this laundry soap, think I might try the trial version size first tho.... recipe for that is on this website too...

  • Sam Grim

    Make A Year's Worth of Laundry Soap for $30.00! - One Good Thing by Jillee 3 bars Fels Naptha, grated ($1.33 x 3) 1 box Borax ($5.85 - 76 ounces) 1 box Washing Soda ($4.07 - 55 ounces) 2 cups of baking soda ($0.53 cents) 2 containers of Dollar Tree Oxyclean (I bought mine at Family Dollar store…SUN Brand…$4.00 each) 1-2 containers of Purex fabric softener crystals ($6.97 - 28 ounces) Use 2 tablespoons per load. Put it right in the barrel if you have an HE washer.

  • Chelsea Merchan

    a year's worth of homemade laundry detergent for $30 | could use homemade oxiclean and homemade fabric softener in this recipe as well

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