Why You Should Try This Non-Toxic DIY Laundry Detergent
Look, I get it…who has the time to be making things that take forever and a day from start to finish.
I know I don’t have the time, and I am going to take a guess that you don’t either.
In my latest book, Natural Solutions for Cleaning and Wellness, I put a huge focus on creating recipes that take minutes to make and can be sourced with ingredients that you already most likely have in your home.
This concept and book have been a HUGE hit with my readers and I’d love to share some more of my easy DIY recipes with you.
Why It’s Important To Make Your Own Non-Toxic DIY Laundry Detergent
Have you looked at the label of your commercial laundry detergent lately? It’s most likely loaded with harmful chemicals. Here are just a few harmful ingredients to look out for.
These chemicals go into the fabric that you are washing and then seep into your skin when you wear it.
That’s a pretty scary thought, right? Not only can the chemicals enter your body through your skin, they also can irritate your skin.
But fear no more…I have a super simple natural solution that will have you signing to the roof top! 🙂
Takes Less Than 5 Minutes to Make…Promise!
Did you know that a gallon of liquid laundry detergent can cost you over $20?!? OUCH, right?
This DIY laundry detergent will cost you under $4! And it can clean up to 88 loads of laundry. What?!? I know, kind of crazy right?
So here it is. Give it a try and let me know what you think in the comment section below!
PSST…Are you looking for an inexpensive and easy DIY fabric softener? I’ve got one that I’ve been using for years. You’re going to love this recipe too!Print
I’ve looked high and low for a non-toxic DIY laundry detergent that is tough on dirt and gets stains out naturally. This is the recipe that will save you time and money and that will get your clothes sparkling clean.
- 1 cup baking soda
- 1/3 cup sea salt
- 2 1/2 cups warm water
- 1 cup liquid castile soap
- enough water to fill the gallon jug
- In a gallon jug, add the baking soda, salt, and warm water and shake until dissolved.
- Add the liquid castile soap and top the remaining gallon jug off with water and swish gently.
- To use, for high-efficiency machines use 1/4 cup per load. For traditional washing machines, use 1/2-1 cup of liquid laundry detergent (depending on the size of your load).