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    • Denise VanderHoek

      Ken and Jen - Rocky Mountain High: How to Make Your Own Liquid Laundry Soap (HE Washer Safe)

    • John Rigler

      Ken and Jen's 5gal homemade laundry soap

    • Shannon Spurgeon Stanley

      How to Make Your Own Liquid Laundry Soap with DR BRONNER'S castile soap concentrate (HE Washer Safe)

    • Shelby McDonald

      How to Make Your Own Liquid Laundry Soap What you will need: Stove One Large Stock Pot long spoon for stirring 5 Gallon Bucket 2 Cups of Washing Soda (Soda Ash) 2 Cups of Borax 1/4 Cup Dr Bronners Liquid Castille Soap 15-20 drops Essential Oil Hot Water

    • Susanne Turner

      laundry detergent with liquid castile soap

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    Make your own "resort quality" liquid hand soap for pennies! :-)

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