Dry Laundry Soap for 12.5% of the Cost. No Joke.
I couldn’t decide what soap to use to make homemade laundry soap, so I use both.
* Take 1 bar of Fels-Naptha soap (5.5 oz.) and grate it.
* Add 1 c. of 20 Mule Team Borax, and
* 1/2 c. Arm & Hammer Washing Soda
Mix them all together. The end result? A spetacular version of powdery laundry detergent. I didn’t make this up myself. A friend emailed me the recipe years ago. Several versions exist online, too.
* And if you add a grated bar of Simply Ivory Aloe (3.1 oz.), no kidding - a nice, clean, fresh scent.
Only 2 T. per load necessary, but make sure you pre-treat for stains and use more for particularly dirty laundry.
AND yes, you see these things next to a food processor. I use mine to grate the soaps and mix them really well. I make huge batches at one time and clean my processor out with extremely hot water and brushes. Think whatever you like.
I spend 12.5% of what I used to on laundry detergent.
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Lentil soup for
lunch breakfast. so happy.
GPOYW: Past Halloween Costumes
I’m just going to say it: This costume was probably the best one I have made.
It’s just a WIN. A complete win.