Laundry and Cleaning Soap Bar
- Used for: stain stick for laundry, washing away poison ivy oils, removing body scent (hunters), removing carpet stains, regular laundry loads, cleaning area rugs (if you use on rugs, make sure you test in an inconspicuous spot first.
- Can also be used to wash dishes
- Scent: unscented
- Weight: at least 4 oz. (113g)
- Lasts: As a laundry stain stick only, it lasts about 6 months to a year or longer (again, depending on how often used).
Ingredient: Saponified Lard, Tetrasodium Glutamate Diacetate, Sodium Citrate
My Laundry Detergent Recipe that I use in my HE washer:
3 shredded bars of my Laundry Bar
4 cups Borax
4 cups Arm & Hammer Washing Soda
8 cups Oxy powder (any brand, optional)
1/2 cups Baking Soda
This makes A LOT. It fits perfect in a large pretzel container from the club store. Measure 2 Tblsp for a full load of laundry. Your clothes will come out clean and chemical-free!
Mix a portion of the above recipe in warm water to dissolve and use as a carpet spot cleaner. Test in non-obvious place first, just to make sure it is safe for your carpet.
I have also used it on area rugs by taking them outside, soaking them with a hose, and rubbing them with a bar. After working in the soap and rinsing, I throw them over a fence to drip dry in the sun. Note: this may not be good for your particular carpet, so proceed at your own risk.
For stains, wet garment and rub into stain. Let sit for at least a few minutes, preferably overnight for really tough stains.
Read more about uses for the Laundry Bar HERE.
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