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    Cheap Laundry Soap

    You can make your own laundry detergent at home using baking soda, borax, and a ground up bar of laundry soap, mix it together in a closed plastic container, and I have tried it and it works great in my washing machine. And it is great for sensitive skin because there are no added dyes or perfumes in it.


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    We have been doing this for several years. Saves a lot of money and does a good job.
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      #3
      Here the recipe I use, washing soda, borax, Fels-Naptha which are all available at Wmart. You will need to grate the fels-Naptha bar soap with a common food grater. The quanities are 1/3 each by volume and mix throughly. I use about a half a cup for a full load. It works great and my sheets smell terrific.

      A word of caution about buying cheap laundry detergent. I once bought the cheap stuff, $6 for a huge container at a dollar store, and it was a major mistake. Shortly after I started using this stuff I began to itch all over. Not realizing what was causing the itch I went to my MD who misdiagnosed it as Scabbies. Two weeks later and misreable with the treatment I began to look at other causes. I remembered I had just bought this cheap detergent. The following day I went out and got the regular detergent I was using and rewashed everything. The misreable body itch dissipated.

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        We actually had a problem with a big name detergent, although I won't say that it was Tide. Itch, itch, itch and a rash. That's when we started making our own.
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          I really like my clothes to smell good, though. Not just clean, but good. Yeah it's perfumes but still I like it.

          I recently got some Downey Unstoppables - they're just perfume crystals. Love 'em.
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