Homemade Laundry Washing Borax Free Detergent Soap Recipe is pure and powerful laundry detergent is hypoallergenic, sulfate-free and fights stains naturally! Plus, it’s a residue-fighting formula resulting in an extra fluffy feel that helps keep sensitive skin soft and happy.
Borax, also called sodium borate and disodium tetraborate is a mineral used in various things including household products, food additives, and the making flubber. While helpful, borax can also be harmful because of its toxicity. Overuse of it can result in respiratory irritation, nausea, vomiting, and skin rashes. It is used laundry detergents, which means it is possible to be exposed and have the symptoms listed.
In the Eco-Friendly world, people are looking at DIY mixes without such chemicals. Get the following ingredients: 14 cups of hot water, 1 cup of baking soda, 1/2 cup of salt, 1 cup of unscented liquid Castile soap, 30 drops of lavender essential oil for scent, and a gallon-sized jug.
In a measuring bowl, mix 7 cups of hot water with 1/2 cup of baking soda and 1/4 cup of salt. Mix until it has dissolved and will start as cloudy and fizzy but will clear out. Then, pour the mix into the gallon-sized jug. Follow the same steps with the other half of the water, baking soda, and salt before adding in the jug. Next, add in the liquid Castile soap and essential oil. Swirl softly, close the jug, and label it. Shake the jug to mix all and then pour 1/2 cup of it into the soap cup in the washing machine.
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