Can't believe how much money I wasted on laundry detergent! I feel like our clothes are so much cleaner with this stuff too. We have a HE washer and it works great since there are hardly any suds. Diy'S, Brick Homes, Work Awesome, Soap Recipes, Diy Laundry, Homemade Laundry Detergent, Soaps Recipes, Homemade Laundry Soaps, Clean Products
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• GREEN CLEANING • The ingredients you need are: 1) baking soda: cleans, deodorizes & scours 2) distilled vinegar: kiss 99% of bacteria & 80% of viruses, cuts grease 3) citrus: acidity is antibacterial & anti-fungal, bleaches, removes stains 4) soap (plant based): cleans & cuts grease. RECIPES: all purpose, all purpose (varation), toilet, bath tub/shower, glass & wood polish.
Thousands of people have tried this recipe, and it seriously is The World’s Best Homemade Laundry Detergent – There is a tutorial and free printable on how to gift if to friends/family. #chickabug #howdoesshe
Homemade Powder Laundry Detergent. I broke it down on the cost part: each “batch” makes approximately 96 loads. Each load will cost $0.04! If you bought a box of regular detergent at the store that contained 96 loads, you would pay $0.42 per load. DIY and non-toxic! realfoodrn.com
Do you make your own Homemade Laundry Soap? Do your friends and family think you're kinda crazy? :-) Give them a pretty sample jar of your homemade soap to try for themselves as a Christmas gift. They will soon see the light! ;-)
Another pinner said: "btw...my sister and i made this, figured it was worth a try...& by FAR the best laundry detergent EVER! only need a tablespoon per load (we just use the oxy scoop) and it smells so good! Needless to say, I will NEVER purchase another laundry detergent brand. This has inspired me to make more homemade cleaning products :) very exciting!" Laundry soap recipe - $20 for 9+ months' worth of soap.
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. :)
Homemade Laundry Detergent 3 cups of baking soda, 3 cups of washing soda, 3 cups of finely grated Castile soap and 3 cups of 20 Mule Team Borax. Use 1/2 of a cup of hypoallergenic laundry detergent per load of laundry. If your laundry is extra dirty, use 3/4 of a cup to 1 cup. Read more: How to Make Hypoallergenic Laundry Detergent | eHow.com