Diy Laundry Detergent
For a while I was making my own diy laundry detergent using Fels Naptha bar soap. Only problem that I had was the grating of the soap. That was hard on my hands so I stopped making it and went back to store bought.
Recently I learned about Zote a soap used for making your own diy laundry detergent, which you can buy already grated.
So I gave it a try, and so far I’m loving my diy laundry detergent, it cleans well, and leaves my clothes smelling so good.
I still buy the store bought detergent when I run across great deals just to have on hand. Plus I love finding great deals!
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Diy Laundry Detergent Recipe
- 1 cup Borax
- 1 cup Washing Soda
- 1 cup Zote Flakes
- 1/2 cup Epson Salt (fabric softener)
- 1/2 cup In Wash Scent Crystals (I used Downy UnStoppables)
I poured all the ingredients into a plastic ice cream tub that I had saved (knowing that it would come in handy for something).
Keep the lid on and shake before each use. I had an extra 1oz scoop so I dropped that in the tub, and I use 1 1/2 scoops of my diy laundry detergent per load.
My clothes come out clean, soft, and smelling so good.
Do you make your own laundry detergent or household cleaners?
If you like this post you may like to try my Diy All Natural Face Cleanser