Add 3 gallons of hot water to the large container. Add the mixture to the hot water. Mix with a large spoon until it
Let cool overnight. You will notice that it turns into a thick gel. Use 1 cup of this homemade laundry detergent per load of laundry
NO COOK NO GRATE LIQUID HOMEMADE LAUNDRY DETERGENT 3 Tablespoons Borax 3 Tablespoons Washing Soda 3 Tablespoons Dawn Dish Detergent OR Dr. Bronner's Liquid Castile Soap +++ 4 cups boiling water (water doesn't count as cooking, right?!:)) Cold water
It's time for me to fill up my laundry detergent containers from my bulk stash of homemade laundry detergent. I made this for the first time just a few months back and just wanted to have a chitty-chat about my experience with making and using homemade laundry detergent.
This video does not go through in detail HOW to make laundry detergent. I got my recipe and followed the tutorial from Jamerrill on her channel 'Jamerrill's Large Family Table'. The link to her video, explaining how to make this detergent is:
This video is for anyone who has been thinking of making their own laundry detergent and wondering whether it is worth it, or for those who are just interested in a way to save some money or be more self sufficient.
As I mention in the video, this is just a snippet of real life, I had to re-fill my detergent bottles and thought I may as well turn on the camera and have a chat. For this reason, please excuse the video quality, the outside construction work noises, and my general awkwardness, as I was - once again - filming with babe in arms :-)
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I love my homemade powder laundry detergent, but I am so sick of spending 30 minutes grating soap every time I run out of detergent. Homemade liquid laundry detergent! Sounds good to me! :)