Homemade laundry soap for 1 cent a load! My friend showed me her bucket of this last night. She has an HE washer like I do, and said its worked great - and it smells great too! Tide gave her trouble with her towels like me - they came out all crackly and hard. She said this new homemade detergent makes them soft and very nice to use now. Definitely going to do this!
Homemade Lavender Laundry Detergent 4-4oz. bars of grated Castile soap 1-78 oz. box of Borax 8-16 oz. boxes of baking soda 3 tblsp. lavender essential oil *Grate the soap using a cheese grater or food processor. *Once the soap is all grated, throw it into a large plastic pail with the remaining ingredients and mix it all together. You now have your own homemade powder laundry detergent! Each load only takes 2 tablespoons of detergent, so this one batch will cover 288 loads of…
How To Make Your Own No-Grate Liquid Laundry Detergent
I boiled 2 c water and dissolved the dry ingredients with the Dawn (in a large glass measuring cup apparently I learned from earlier experience today). When cooled slightly, I poured it into my plastic bottle and added 2 c tap water and shook it. If you used 1/2 c for the original recipe, this would only require 1/8 c and would take up 75% less space on my shelf.
Homemade laundry soap.I usually make liquid soap but this works way better.I love it.I used Fels Naptha because Dr.Bronners doesn't seem to work well in the hard water we have here.Try this.It's awesome.
Put two caps full of vanilla extract in a coffee cup, then place it in the oven at 300 degrees for one hour. Within twenty minutes the whole house smells like Heaven. Its actually a common realtor trick. Yum!!