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10 Homemade Laundry Detergents That Work Better Than Harsh Chemical Products and Can Save You $450+ a Year

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Making your own homemade laundry detergent not only saves you a bundle over time, it often works better than the chemical-laden offerings at the local supermarket. Washing is believing, and once you see how well these work you’ll be hooked and you’ll never go back to store bought brands again.

Use these homemade laundry detergents eliminate your dependence on toxic detergents and to save money every month…



1. Easy Homemade Laundry Detergent

Let’s keep this easy so it not only doesn’t cost an arm and a leg, but doesn’t require a lot of extra effort either. Just three ingredients go into this detergent, and it takes time-tested items and puts them together for just the right mix of cleaning power.



2. Natural Laundry Detergent

All natural is the way to go, and is a much better choice than the chemical-laden detergents sold in stores. It’s definitely recommended to use the lemon essential oil so that your clothes will come out smelling good, unless you’re sensitive to detergents or essential oils.



3. Laundry Detergent Tabs

These cute little detergent tabs are fun to make and easy to use. She provides the recipe to make an entire year’s worth of laundry detergent for $30, which you use to put into tablet form so that it’s just a matter of dropping them into the washer.




4. Pink Homemade Laundry Soap

Borax and washing soda are two of the common ingredients found in many DIY laundry detergent recipes. Here she’s shaking things up a bit by using Zote soap which has a pink color to it, which makes the finished product come out with pink accents.



5. Liquid Laundry Detergent

If you prefer liquid laundry detergent, this recipe is a good way to go. It is basically a matter of making the same sort of soap as some of the dry recipes here, but you end up essentially cooking the soap so that it turns into a gel when given enough time.



6. Homemade Liquid Laundry Soap

This is a recipe to make several gallons of soap for far less, and get similar results to what you’d get from using the more expensive brand names. Once you see that this cleans as good as the “real thing” you’ll wonder why you’ve paid so much for it over the years.



7. Maryjane’s Homemade Detergent

This recipe produces a big bucket of powdered laundry detergent, which will have your clothes coming out fresh and clean without the high cost of store bought suds. The step-by-step pics make it easy to follow along.



8. Powder or Liquid Detergent

Whether you like liquid or powder detergent, they show you how to make both here, so you’ll be covered. They provide some good information on what it means to make your own detergent and leave out some of the toxins that find their way into conventional laundry soap.



9. Homemade Laundry Tablets

Here she shows you how to take three ordinary ingredients and turn them into laundry tablets that you can use for months of laundry. It’s interesting to think that this is all that’s needed to get your clothes looking and smelling amazing.



10. Powdered Soap Nuts Detergent

This is a very natural detergent because it’s using a plant-based product to provide the cleansing effect. You end up with a load full of clean clothes and a clear conscience knowing that you didn’t leave behind harsh chemicals in the dirty laundry water.

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