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DIY Laundry Detergent - $0.02 a Load

15,902Shares Share Pin Tweet Email I’ve been making my own laundry detergent for years now. I was so scared at first to switch over to natural-homemade detergent because there was this mindset that store-bought is best…store-bought smells better…store-bought makes my clothes fresher. However, when w...
  • Donna Cross

    This is the laundry detergent that Jessica uses - Dr.Bronner's Bar Soap, and Lavender and Lemon Essential Oils

  • Kimberly Swenson

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  • Aimée Voegtle

    DIY Laundry Detergent 3 Cups of Borax 3 Cups Washing Soda 3 Cups of Baking Soda 2 Bars of Pure-Castile Soap or Fels Naptha(ingredients are questionable though). 30 Drops of Essential Oil– can use a 50:50 mix of wild orange and lemon or whatever you like.

  • Jessica Payne

    DIY Powder Laundry Detergent

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5 min DIY Laundry Soap: Grate two bars of Fels Naptha, then run the blade in your food processor that turns it into "powder."  It won't be quite as fine as real powdered soap, but very close.  Then add two cups of Borax and two cups of washing soda.  It only take TWO TEASPOONS to do a large load.  I have a soup spoon that holds two teaspoons that I use to measure. -- The hardest part is thinking that two teaspoons will do the job, but it does!

LOVE this laundry detergent! I've been using it for 8 months or so. So much cheaper and it works!

DIY Laundry Detergent | How Does She...*** I am currently using my 5 gal bucket of homemade liquid laundry det., but will try this next!

DIY Laundry Detergent | 31 Household Products You’ll Never Have To BuyAgain... What I don't get is that the ingredients are laundry soaps anyway... But maybe I haven't had enough real-world experience, plus this lasts a full year, so... Why not. :)