DIY Laundry Soap & Printable Labels
Making your own laundry soap is economical and SO easy to do!
I have accepted that with a husband who loves cycling, two kids who play sports and a big fluffy dog… there will always be plenty of VERY dirty laundry in my laundry basket.
DIY Laundry Soap
Supplies: 1/2 cup Borax (look for it in the laundry detergent section of the grocery store), 1 cup of baking soda and 1 cup of glycerin (clear) soap flakes. You’ll also need a cheese grater and a pint sized Mason Jar for storage. Note: Do not use your favorite family cheese grater for this project! You can pick one up at the Dollar Store and dedicate for non-food uses.
Step 1: Grate the soap
Step 2: Mix the soap, Borax and baking soda together.
Step 3: Pour in Mason Jar and shake well.
Step 4: Print out these FREE Laundry Labels by Printabelle for Yesterday on Tuesday. Visit Printabelle for plenty of party inspiration and for printables that Printabelle will personalize for you for a small fee.
Simply save the Laundry Soap Tags to your desk top and print out on a piece of sticker paper and cut out (or cut out and use card stock and glue dots).
When doing laundry, use 2 Tablespoons per load.
Here’s to clean laundry! XO Malia
This post originally appeared at Uncommon Designs, where I am a contributor.
i use the recipe (for large batch) one 4lb box of washing soda, one 4ib box of borax and 3 bars of fels napths (sorry i dont know how to spell that). it works great! just sharing my recipe with you all.
Cool! Thanks for shorting Tanya– sounds like an awesome recipe for soap.