And you find that with just these 3 ingredients your clothes come out clean, stain free, soft and youre 100% satisfied??? Just wondering because I see so many other recipes that require more ingredients!
Yep! :) -- I do usually pre-treat heavy stains (I spray them with some shout and throw them in the wash), so I am not sure if it would get them out if I left them untreated. And I will also say that the "laundry" scent of the clothes isn't very strong. The clothes smell clean, but not like "Fresh Rain" or "Hawaiian Breeze" or anything. But if you preferred a stronger scent, you could also add the scent boosting beads that they make now for laundry.
Anyone use this in a front loader or with something more eco friendly than dawn? Just read a very interesting article about dawn (my fave goto btw) and am now reconsidering using it at all.
I'm curious... what did you read about Dawn??
Trying this with liquid castile soap!
Please let me know how the Liquid Castile Soap works! :)
How freaking cool is this!? im going to try and and add some tea tree oil for scent.
Have you tried it yet? How was it? Did the scent last?
Do you use this in a standard washer or HE? A cup sounds like a lot to put in. I've been using a grated soap and cooking it version for about 8 months and I use a 1/4 cup in my HE washer. I was going to make this because I'm tired of scraping my fingers all up on the grater!
I use it in a standard high-capacity washer. You may have to read the label on your washer and see what they suggest, but I've found that it's the amount that works for me. For HE I would assume that you would use less. Please let us all know what works best for HE washers! :)
BTW an mandolin works grate for the soap.
Try turning the bar in different positions I grate my down to nothing. No bloody fingers. Add a little patience too. :)
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