Hi Anne, I can’t wait to see your recipe. I love to compare and keep making things better. I really like this liquid dishwasher detergent! This recipe doesn’t leave my glasses cloudy, especially when I use enough.
As I stated at the beginning, my favorite kind of dishwasher detergent to use is liquid. Early in our marriage we would have problems with clumping powdered detergents, so I’ve used liquid dishwasher detergents for over a decade. The last recipe I found at . I did adapt the recipe a bit because I used instead of real lemons. I believe it’s the safest of the 3 recipes, as I have heard some people question using Borax on dishes you eat with, although with a good rinse aid like vinegar, the problems should be washed away.
All that to say, now I have been experimenting and reduced my Homemade Liquid Dishwasher Detergent to this recipe below. I took out the vinegar and the Lemishine, since they counteract the effects of the liquid castile soap, reducing the homemade liquid dishwasher detergent to three easy ingredients, liquid castile soap, water and essential oil. I have been so please with the results. My dishes, especially my glasses, are nicer, cleaner, and clearer than before.
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