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Being thrifty like a fox.  Er, something like that.

Being thrifty like a fox. Er, something like that.

I have been making my own washing powder for a while now and have played around with this recipe a few times.  I have added the Epsom salts, which I love. It makes my clothes feel softer, but again...

Washing Powder (no borax) with added fabric softener (I use this recipe. Do it in half lots & add of borax IN Each Half lot) -KERRY

This washing powder is easy to make and contains all natural ingredients: bicarb soda, sunlight soap, washing soda and essential oils. And no borax.

DIY Washing Powder (No Borax)

This washing powder is easy to make and contains all natural ingredients: bicarb soda, sunlight soap, washing soda and essential oils. And no borax.

Powdered Laundry Detergent.  Smells amazing and makes towels fluffy

I have tried a couple of recipes and this one is the easiest and best! I added a box of clorox color safe powder and it is lasting forever.

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This washing powder packaging has been very popular. Now here's the rest of the story PD

If you have sensitive skin, or if you find yourself spending large amounts of money on Laundry Detergent, try making your own! You'll Need: - 1 cup baking soda - cup all super washing powder - 1 cup liquid castile soap - 40 drops essential oil (optional; for scent) - 2 empty 1-gallon jugs - 2 gallons of hot water - 2 gallon bucket to mix it all together There you go! You'll be able to make this batch several times over! :-) #DIY #DIYLaundryDetergent #CleaningSupplies #EcoFriendly

You'll Need: - 1 cup baking soda - cup all super washing powder - 1 cup liquid castile soap - 40 drops essential oil (optional; for scent) - 2 empty jugs - 2 gallons of hot water - 2 gallon bucket to mix it all together There you go!

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