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Home Made Laundry Soap

Making Home Made Laundry Soap has become so simple, to me, that I’m quite disgusted that I’m using some commercial product, right now, because I got behind on grating and drying some Zote.

Here are the basics to start with:

laundry soap making suppliesMy recipe is very simple:

2:1:1 (2 parts dried powdered soap, 1 part super washing soda (sodium carbonate), 1 part 20 Mule Team Borax (sodium borate))

First I grate the Zote (my favorite choice for soap) in my food processor.  I lay it out into a plastic box to dry a couple of days, then I use my magic bullet or blender to make soap into a fine powder. (A friend, of mine, used Ivory Soap bars and it works beautifully, too.)

Home Made Laundry Soap

There have been times when my super washing powder and/or borax is very lumpy, due to high humidity in my garage.  I take it out back, for better ventilation and sift it into a big bowl before I mix it into the jar.

Home Made Laundry SoapIts all about the pink, right? (giggle)
 

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  1. […] I first started making my own laundry soap, I started using White Vinegar in the rinse cycle and then in the Downy Ball. I have, since, […]

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