It’s easier than you may think to make your own laundry soap. With three simple ingredients you can avoid harsh chemicals and keep your clothes smelling fresh and clean.
What about cold water loads of laundry? Blend the powder ahead of time in warm water OR use a liquid laundry soap. Find the recipe here.
This recipe is suitable for HE (High Efficiency) machines due to the low-suds nature of the products.
For added potency, add 1/2 c. baking soda to each load and 1/2 c. white vinegar during the rinse cycle.
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