I have been making the liquid laundry detergent about about a year now. I like it but one issue that I have found, is that it does not remove all stains.
We have been making the liquid laundry detergent, but it is a pain because of the gelling. I made the powder today, to give that a try. Do you have to start the wash on warm water or can you start it cold? Also we wash diapers and right now I am doing a cold rinse with vinegar then a hot wash then another cold rinse (baby has sensitive skin). Anyone know if I can eliminate the first cold rinse? This seems like a lot of water used for one load of laundry! Thanks!
I have been making the liquid laundry detergent for 2 years now using the fels-naptha soap. My recipe calls for using 1/4 cup for top loaders and 1/8 cup for front loaders and it does as well or better than any of the store bought brands (even the most expensive). My family ranches and farms and believe me their laundry can be a smelly, stained challenge. The liquid works better on septic tanks as it doesn’t create a hard crust in the tank. Just shake the container to remix the laundry soap before using.
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