[I] love making my own homemade cleaners — so much so I even wrote a book about it! Homemade cleaners are frugal, less toxic and the process of making them is oh so empowering. With only a few simple ingredients, I am able to clean every room in my house. I know as long as I have my own homemade simple soap, borax, white vinegar, washing soda, and baking soda I can make anything I need.
One of my most popular cleaning recipes is my Homemade Liquid Dish Soap. However, since I posted it, many of you have had questions surrounding it. Today I want to address a few of those and give you another video tutorial.
A Couple of Questions
Two of the most common questions I receive regarding the Liquid Dish Soap Recipe are:
- “Where can I find liquid castile soap?” or “Help! I can’t find liquid castile soap!”
- “The dish soap is not as thick as I’m use to. How can I thicken it?”
Both great questions! And ones that I have set out to answer for you.
A Video Tutorial
For the past few weeks I have been working on the recipe and today I am ready to share with you what I hope is a great revision on a very useful recipe.
I’ve created a PDF document with the revised recipe that you can open up and print off here:
Homemade Liquid Dish Soap Recipe PDF (13 kb)
Have you made the transition to homemade cleaners? How’s it going?
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