By marmatink from Cape Girardeau, MO
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I make a big jug of it to refill my bottles. I mix 5 to 1. 1 cup soap to 5 cups water then shake till mixed. This way I have it ready to use.
I do this as well but one word of caution - use distilled water instead of tap water when you refill to prevent germs from growing in your soap. =^^=
I've been doing this, too. I use shampoo or body wash (about an inch in the bottom of the bottle) then fill it with warm water.
My little boy likes to use foaming handwash in the bathroom, so I choose a brand that has a screw on lid (that can be taken off and replaced again - some are permanently sealed). When it runs out, buy a cheaper brand of ordinary handwash liquid and dilute with water (1 part soap to 4 water) and refill the bottle. Much cheaper and lasts for ages.
By Juliet from Manchester UK
By Joyce wis
To refill one of the new "foaming" liquid soap containers, dilute with water. Just add soap half-way and fill the other half of the bottle with water. Remember to allow room for the "foamer". After a few practices this will really add up savings. I use it with all kinds of soap from the kitchen to the laundry to the bath.
Source: I discovered this myself by experimenting.
By Karen F. from Chicago, IL
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