Switching to a phosphate-free, natural laundry detergent is an easy way to green up your household cleaning routine. Many laundry powders are made with commercially produced laundry bar soap, which contains ingredients known to be harmful to septic systems and aquatic ecosystems. This laundry soap is made from soap hand made in from vegetable oils, no lard, petroleum products, or artificial fragrances. And it smells terrific too – a light and fresh combination of citrus essential oils with a hint of sweet thyme.
How To Use
You may use this detergent either as a scoopable powder, or dilute with water to make a liquid laundry gel. Either way, you will get the same amount of loads.
To use as a dry powder: Use 1/8 cup dry powder per load. Add 1/2 cup white vinegar in the rinse cycle.
To use as a gel: Some prefer liquid laundry gel over powder, because it can be washed in cold water and not worry about whether or not the powder is fully dissolved. To create gel, boil two cups water. Add 30 oz dry laundry powder and allow to fully dissolve. Pour into a container such as a gallon jug. Top off with enough water to fill the jug. Shake well before each use. Liquid will separate. Use 1/2 cup per load. Just give your container a good shake each time you use it to keep the solution well-mixed.
Small = 8 loads, medium = 17 loads, large = 34 loads
Packed in a paper bag to be reused, recycled or composted.
This suds-free formula is safe for HE machines.
Handmade in CO
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