A few months ago, I began looking into making my own cleaning supplies with the intent of saving money on our grocery bill. I decided that as I ran out of cleaning products, I would replace each product with my own DIY version. This week I will be sharing some of those recipes with you.
I’ll start by sharing the DIY dry laundry detergent that I have been using for a couple of months. The following recipe is simple, and it smells good. In my research, I found this to be a popular recipe among DIYers. I have found that it leaves my laundry clean and fresh, and the cost of each batch is only $1.80! It’s definitely a keeper for me!
1 c. Borax
1.c Arm and Hammer Washing Soda
1Bar of-Fels Napthia Soap
(all ingredients found in the laundry section of grocery store)
Before you begin, you will need a grater, a spoon, a measuring cup and a container to store the detergent.
Once the soap is grated, add the soda and Borax and stir all of the ingredients together, and that's it! Couldn't be easier:)