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  • Mileah Orr Lyon

    Homemade laundry soap 1~ 4lb 12 oz box of Borax 1~ 4 lb box of Arm And Hammer Baking Soda 1~ 3 lb 7 oz box of Arm and Hammer Super Washing Soda 1~ 3lb container Oxy Clean 4 bars Fels Naptha Soap, grated 2 containers Downy Un Stopables

  • Kathleen Orsi-aanrud

    DIY use this to clean blinds also works great StoneGable: STONEGABLE LAUNDRY SOAP

  • Kate D

    "Stonegable Laundry Soap One of life's simple pleasures is the smell of fresh laundry! It is the smell of clean. I have been so intrigued with all the homemade laundry soap recipes floating around the internet, I just had to try making it myself! This laundry soap smells WONDERFUL! And I have been using it for 2 weeks with great results..."

  • Bethany Pepple

    Stone Gable Laundry Soap One of life's simple pleasures is the smell of fresh laundry! It is the smell of clean. I have been so intrigued with all the homemade laundry soap recipes floating around the internet, I just had to try making it myself! This laundry soap smells WONDERFUL! And I have been using it for 2 weeks with great results...

  • Kristin Kirkner

    Laundry soap recipe. Mike made us a batch of homemade dishwasher detergent today, so if that works, we may give homemade laundry detergent a try!

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I do this and love it - keep a giant vat of it on hand, some in pretty glass jar on the washer, and the rest stored in a bucket in the crawl space until needed. Costs me about $20 every six months for all the stuff, as opposed to around $11/month for liquid detergent. I love the smell of it, it's easy to use, and saves about $92/year - pretty much a no-brainer. :)

Homemade Lemon Soap {Mother’s Day Gift Ideas}

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!

Jillee's Homemade Laundry Soap---I Like this because it is liquid and a smaller batch!! (FYI: This woman is a genius and her blog...amazing!)

Puree fruit of choice, herbs, or zest from the flesh of citrus. Divide soap equally among three empty containers (not shown). Add 1 teaspoon of each ingredient at a time until desired amount & color are achieved (color darkens as it sets). For berries, add only 1 teaspoon if you want the soap to remain clear.

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! ;-)

If I could make homemade soap, then this would be really cool to top it all off: homemade detergent!

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)

Make your own laundry detergent! This was so easy and it lasts FOREVER!!!!!!!!