Church & Dwight Co 03020 Arm & Hammer Super Washing Soda 55 oz.
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55 oz, arm & hammer, super washing soda, adds extra cleaning & freshening power for tough household jobs, works as a laundry detergent booster & as a household cleaner, it's not only an effective cleaner, it is an all natural product. This product adds a great value. Product is highly durable and very easy to use. This product is manufactured in United states.
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and did not give hair and lint anything to stick to, so major clogs were things of the past.
16-18 cups hot water (I use my electric kettle and use a huge pickling jar)
1 cup borax
1 cup super washing soda
*Dissolve borax and washing soda in hot water*
Add 1 cup Dr. Bronner liquid soap (I use lavender).
So cheap and gets my clothes as clean as the store brand.
I use a 1:1 ratio of grated Tea Tree Oil Castile soap and Washing soda. Use a food processor for the grating (so much easier). Add 1-2 Tbsp per load. We are very sensitive to chemicals in my household, so we don't add borax. I have tried it both ways and find it to be rather unnecessary anyway. If a load is particularly greasy or dirty, I will add 1/4 cup oxygen booster and/or 20 drops of lemon essential oil. With teenagers at home, this really helps.
I used the ever popular recipe:
1 cup borax, 1 cup washing soda, a a grated bar of homemade soap. Blended until powdery and viola stinky towels smell yummy!! I used 3 tbs on a large load of exclusively towels, and it was overkill! Will onky need 1 tbs per average load at my house :D
I had never heard of this stuff before, but I don't like to think about those dark times.