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Use Leftover Soap To Make Homemade Laundry Soap

Using dish soap for laundry soap is cheaper, but making your own from Ivory soap bars, washing soda (not baking soda), and borax, is extremely cheap and very easy to make. Melt the soap in the water, add the washing soda and borax, then dilute it with more water and you're done. Look for the recipe on the internet. You may not find all the ingredients at your store, but they are available online

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By P.L. from Navarre, OH

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December 3, 20100 found this helpful

You can find washing soda at swimming pool places..it is used in the water of swimming pools, it is sodium carbonate. However, some grocery stores carry it. It is made by Arm and Hammer company. I got mine from our grocery store.

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