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  • DelmyV ❤️❤️

    Easy Laundry Detergent Dispenser This is a regular 'ol beverage dispenser! Best used for your homemade laundry detergent (search Trusper for a DIY Laundry Detergent Recipe.) Bonus: Add hooks for your measuring cup and fabric softener ball.

  • Ruthann Ewing

    Homemade Laundry Detergent Tutorial - I totally just read this and have heard from friends that their homemade detergent works great!

  • Candace Allen

    Use a beverage dispenser for homemade laundry soap; add adhesive hooks to hold measuring cups & fabric softener ball /v - recipe for diy laundry soap

  • Kimberly Fordham-Jerkins

    Love this storage idea for my homemade laundry soap & fabric softener!

  • Jocelyn Pittman-Scoles

    Home made liquid laundry detergent and fabric softener.. I like the storage idea here

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