If you are trying to cut down on expenses and help the environment, or have allergies, you will love this!
Two ways to use: Use as powdered detergent. It only takes 2 Tablespoons per average load, so one bag should wash 36 loads. Or make your own liquid detergent.
You will receive a package of a finely grated bar of pure fragrance-free vegetable base soap with all natural ingredients, plus easy instructions for making your own batch of Laundry Detergent.
One kit will make 3-4 gallons of liquid detergent (depending on how concentrated you like it, I personaly make 3 gallons) and it lasts about 3 months!
I've used this exact recipe for our own laundry and our clothes, towels, bedding and stinky dog's blankets always come out clean and fresh. Our clothes don't feel itchy any more! This would be great for those with allergies or skin conditions. Sometimes all it takes is changing to a natural laundry detergent, and/or bath soap.
Just like other detergents, you will still need a stain remover for stains, but you will save money on chemical filled heavy fragranced fabic softeners with our detergent. I have not used them since I switched to our homemade detergent.
If you have static cling, put a few 2 or 3 inch pieces of Aluminum foil in the dryer with your laundry.
Why use homemade laundry detergent? Not only does it save you money, but it's safer for you, your family and also the environment. It's safe for Septic Systems, Front Loading and HE washing Machines. Safe to use on cloth diapers and baby clothes.
The number of chemicals in the products we use everyday is staggering. Why not start making simple, money saving, healthy changes in your house for you and your family.
All you will need to make your own detergent is water, a large pot, and a clean 5 gallon bucket. I pour the detergent into recycled laundry jugs to make it easy to pour.
FREE Bonus: I will also include 4 easy stain remover and pre-treat recipes.
Special Sale ends 2/28/14.
Testimonial for the liquid Detergent (same scent, but in liquid): �I have not used it for any pre-treating � just dumped it in. My 15-year-old has a job at a local BBQ place where they smoke their own meat. I cannot stand the smoke smell he has when he gets home! We have been running a first load with just white vinegar to kill the smell and then a second load with detergent. I had noticed that sometimes the clothes still had a faint smoky smell afterwards, not this weekend with yours! Beth, NE (She was using another natural detergent before mine, and could still smell the smoke with it.) I noticed the same thing with store bought detergent on my stinky dog blankets. They still had some bad odor left in them, but not with mine:)
Liquid Detergent in recycled laundry jugs is also available upon request. However the shipping may be a little steep depending on the size jug you want.
We combine shipping. Please contact me for more information.