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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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