Homemade Laundry Soap! My mom and I have made this several times. We made 1 recipe and it lasted 3 months for a family of 6, all for less than 3 bucks. Smells great & I swear my clothes are much cleaner! Ideas, Homemade Soaps, Cleaning, Laundry Detergent, Homemade Laundry Soaps, Soaps Tutorials, Diy, Pumpkin Patches, Li L Pumpkin
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box of 20 Mule Team Borax (76 oz) Oxyclean (3 lbs) Arm & Hammer Washing Soda (55 oz) bar Fels Naptha Soap 3 bars Dr. Bronners/Kirks Castile Soap Shred all four bars of soap in food processor. Open all the containers and dump into a 5 gallon bucket that has a lid. Once your soap is shredded, dump it into the bucket. Secure lid and mix it up well. To use: Add 1 Tbls to a large load of laundry
Homemade Laundry Soap Recipe - Yours And Mine Are Ours - Cost pennies per load and is HE washer safe
Homemade powdered laundry soap. I've been using this recipe for about 2 years and will never go back to buying laundry soap. This saves you LOTS of money and lasts a long time. I get all my ingredients at the grocery store. 1 batch for family of 2 lasted about 10 months with washing multiple loads about every week/week and a half. Family of 3 (with baby) now lasts about 6-7 months. If you've never used Purex Fels-Naptha it is awesome! It's my secret weapon to getting rid of baby stains.
10 Laundry Soap Recipes. This is the best website I have found yet. I save sooo much money making my own laundry soap. There are lots of good reccomendations in the comments too. Use white vinegar in a Downy ball as fabric softer :) safe for HE washers, baby skin, and great for people with allergies! I typically use number 4.