Take a squirt bottle that you are comfortable using. Fill 1/4 liquid dish soap, then fill the rest with water. When you put a dish in the sink (to be cleaned later) squirt inside with soap mixture and leave it.
This is a very good idea and definelty not one I had heard before! I am so glad you chose to share this with others! Thank you!:)
I just bought 2 of those picnic squeeze bottles.1 is red! now holds my shampoo,the other is yellow!now holds my creme rinse.I buy in bulk whenever..and ol Arthur-itis comes around to play so I find ways to bore him.LOL I also bought the clear ones!1 for my larger bottle of dish liquid,1,for my anti-bacterial soap(hate the pump bottle)I invested in a label maker! best money spent..oh,Panda Bears shampoo is in another!She's a dog by birth...but doesn't know she is one! Hope my tips helped.
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Thanks,wonerful idea...I just happen to have some empties...
I use spray bottles....I put a spray trigger in a small soap bottle and works great. Just be sure to use the formula above as soap alone is too thick.
Thanks for the tip I would put a drop of dish soap in the plate etc, but this is even better to do soap.
I use a dish detergent bottle for my shampoo. I put 1/2 shampoo and 1/2 water in the bottle. When washing my hair, I just squirt the shampoo on my head and it suds up immediately and so much easier to rinse out the shampoo. My hair is squeaky clean.
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