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Making Homemade Laundry Soap

Making Homemade Laundry Soap
This page is my own personal writings and is copyright protected. NO PART OF THIS PAGE MAY BE COPIED AND PASTED ONTO WEBSITES, BLOGS OR MESSAGE BOARD FORUMS! Making Homemade Laundry Soap By Crystal Miller Making your own laundry soap is very easy! No longer do you need to rely on store bought detergents. ~If after reading through this you have a question PLEASE read the "Questions Answered" at the bottom of this page. What Ingredients Do You Need? You will need 3 basic ingredients; a soap of some sort, washing soda and borax. The Soap: The most typical type of soap to use is Fels Naptha. Washing Soda: This is not to be confused with baking soda. Borax: Borax is a naturally occurring mineral: Sodium Borate. The Recipe Now that you have assembled all the needed ingredients here is the recipe: Homemade Laundry Soap 1/3 bar Fels Naptha or other type of soap, as listed above ½ cup washing soda ½ cup borax powder ~You will also need a small bucket, about 2 gallon size~ ~The soap is a low sudsing soap.

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Borax versus Borax Substitute This discussion regarding using Borax or Borax substitute, seems to be appearing again on posts so thought I would share my views. Notice I say, my views, I am not trying to tell you what to do before any of you get annoyed! There is quite a difference between these two items, both of which can be used in frugal laundry detergent. Borax Substitute (Sodium Sesquicarbonate)

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