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How to Make Liquid Soap- completely homemade, not from commercial bar soap. Has recipes for Moisturizing Hand Soap, Moisturizing Shampoo and a All-Around Home Cleaning Soap that she uses for laundry, dishes & in the dishwasher as well. The soap is made in the crockpot!! I think food supplies need soap supplies. Great way to learn and add to your own storage.

diy liquid handsoap (I know I'm a nerd, but I get really excited when I can make my own products to save money. One bar of soap, glycerin, and water makes one gallon of liquid soap-- I used a Lever brand and it worked great. I can't wait to buy some yummy smelling soaps from Bath and Body to use for handsoap and body wash.

-Homemade Liquid Hand Soap- 3 bars soap 6 Cups water grate soap (or microwave Dove 'till it falls apart), boil with water in pot until well mixed, put in container(s) to cool, let sit for 24 hrs until it's the right consistency. Ta da!

How to Make Your Own Natural Liquid Soap on Lovely Greens at www.lovelygreens....

How to make your own Natural Liquid Soap - start with a bar of natural soap and end up with pints of liquid soap!

Best DIY dish soap I've seen. A total must try and very cute and pretty granola too 😉

How to Make Basic Liquid Soap (The Easy Way) - Humblebee & Me

Had to totally "tweak" this Recipe. First I make my own castille soap, because Bronner's is tooooo thin, For my hair: 1 cup liquid castille soap 1/2 tsp yarrow 1/2 tsp sage 2 rose hips follow the directions stated With this recipe I don't need condition. It took me 3 tries to find the recipe that I liked, it just all depends on your hair type.

DIY liquid hand soap - just 3 bars of Ivory bar soap and water makes 2 gallons. Need to try this!

Homemade foaming soap: 1 inch of liquid hand soap, Slowly fill the rest of the bottle with tap water. Put lid back on, and gently tip upside down & side to side to mix. Don’t shake (it will get too sudsy)

Homemade dish soap (similar recipe using bar soap instead of liquid castile soap: www.theprairiehom...)