Laundry Soap Recipes

Laundry Soap Recipes
By Alish'bai ha Yahudah
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Laundry Soap Recipes
Ladies, you know that in these times, especially if you have children, every way
in which you can save is a plus. With that in mind, I have come across a few laundry soap
recipes that let you do exactly that, save. The recipes vary and there are suggestions as to
what you can do to replace ingredients if you do not have them. The ingredients are all
natural and you can add your own unique fragrance to them. I have been using the one
below and it works even on cloth diapers:
2 Gallons Water (hot)
1 Bar Soap (grated)
2 Cups Baking Soda (yes baking soda this time–not washing soda)
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Melt grated soap in a saucepan with enough hot water to cover. Cook on mediumlow heat, stirring frequently until soap is melted.
In a large pail, pour 2 gallons hot water. Add melted soap, stir well.
Then add the baking soda, stir well again.
Use 1/2 cup per full load, 1 cup per very soiled load.
Most of the recipes make a big batch so you can use half of the recipe or share it
with family, friends and neighbors. What better way to start a conversation then to
introduce your loved ones to the ways in which you have been cutting cost in your home?
We are all trying to cut down our bills, whether rich or poor, upper class or middle class.
You can find more of these recipes at:
http://tipnut.com/10-homemade-laundry-soap-detergent-recipes/
Let us know how it works for you.
We will be doing some Homemade Bar Soap this Spring-Summer. If you are
interested, we could let this be a bar-soap challenge. We will also let you know the
recipes that we will be using. The best way to cut cost is to make more of what we use.
Our society consists more of consumers than producers. As the saying goes, "the male
who does not plant his food will starve." Let us try to do more, not only for our future,
but also for our environment. Looking forward to your comments.