What soap do you use to wash your clothes? Do you prefer liquid or powder soap?
We know that cleaning products are usually responsible for the biggest expenses. That’s why we decided to share with you a recipe for homemade liquid soap for washing clothes.
And the best part is that this recipe makes three liters. Plus, it’s sustainable and contains inexpensive ingredients!
The detergents we find in supermarkets aren’t only expensive, but they also contain chemicals that can cause allergic irritation and respiratory problems like rhinitis and sinusitis.
Instead of using them, you can opt for alternatives that are more sustainable, economical and contain fewer chemicals in their formula.
To wash your clothes and those of your loved ones, forget chlorine and other bleaches.
With this recipe, your clothes will be cleaner, smell better and have vibrant colors.
It also prevents wear and tear on fabrics, especially the most delicate ones, and causes less dirt, removes stains and makes them softer.
Another advantage is the reduction of discarded packaging, since it can be reused.
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