Okay, I am officially over winter! I am tired of snow, cold temps, and icy roads.
I really cannot do anything about the weather, if I could it would look more like Spring. Instead, I have been trying to work through my cabin fever.
I decided to take on a project a day. Pinterest is great place to hang out and find ideas. The HomeAcre Blog Hop is another place to browse for ideas.
I went to a workshop recently that had a class on homemade cleaners, lots of great ideas! I am always looking for ways to save money.
I have made laundry soap in the past but decided to try a different version. I was shopping at Big Lots and seen Zote Soap in the laundry section, it was cheap so I picked up a few bars. I also added some Oxi Clean in this batch.
Laundry Soap1 Bar Zote Soap
1 Box Borax
1 Box Washing Soda
1 container of Oxi Cleaner
Grate the Soap (as fine as you can)
Combine all ingredients together, mix well.
I use about 1 Tablespoon in my laundry for a regular load.
It was a little dusty, I think I will mix it outside next time.
It makes a large batch! I should be set for quite a while.
There are a lot of variations of homemade laundry soap. All of them are pretty simple. I have a friend who makes liquid laundry soap, I may give that one a try, next!
If you have a homemade version of Laundry Soap you would like to share, feel free to leave a link in the comment section!