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How To Make Laundry Detergent For $1 A Gallon

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I am sure you have been wondering how many more tutorials you could possibly need to make your own laundry detergent right? I was the same way until I read this particular tutorial.

How To Make Laundry Detergent For $1 A Gallon - I made this particular recipe and I have to say my clothes came out soft and smelling absolutely fantastic. I have a brand new LG washing machine and it says only use HE compliant washing detergent and I am happy to say this recipe is working just fine in there. No blocked pipes or attack by bubbles.

Last time I checked at Walmart a mid-range brand of detergent is costing about 8- 12 bucks a gallon. That is ridiculous when you can make your own for less than 50 cents per gallon!

This is one sure way to save a lot of money over the year, especially if you have a big family and wash a lot of clothes.

I made this particular recipe and I have to say my clothes came out soft and smelling absolutely fantastic.

This even worked in my washing machine that requires only HE compliant washing detergent. I am happy to say this recipe continues to work fine. No blocked pipes or attack by bubbles!

How To Make Laundry Detergent For $1 A Gallon - I made this particular recipe and I have to say my clothes came out soft and smelling absolutely fantastic. I have a brand new LG washing machine and it says only use HE compliant washing detergent and I am happy to say this recipe is working just fine in there. No blocked pipes or attack by bubbles.


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