By T. J. from Door Co., WI
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By Cajun 09/21/2009
Use most any detergent, but add 2 cups of clear vinegar to the rinse cycle. It will remove all the perfumes and other product remnants, and sanitize the clothes in the process.
Look on the internet for homemade detergent, budget101.com has awesome homemade ideas.
By Anonymous 08/11/2009
Just use grated, non-scented castile soap.
By Robyn Fed 08/08/2009
I like Palmolive Bleach Alternative Dish Soap, it really gets clothes clean and leaves them smelling fresh. I know it doesn't hurt my skin because I have my hands in it all the time and I wash laundry with it.
http://www.colgate.ca/app/Palmolive ... ashingLiquids/BleachAlternative.cvsp
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I have a 6 month old. Are homemade laundry detergents hypoallergenic? If so what are good and cheap recipes for it?
Also, use olive oil soap for food stains on clothes, really works and no harsh chemicals. (03/04/2009)
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