Sunday, November 04, 2012

Making Your Own Laundry Soap Is Easy And Frugal

You've heard about making your own laundry soap, but it really seems like a lot of work. I'm going to show you how easy it is in this video below
With just four simple ingredients you can make enough for 80 loads of laundry. And the price? I'm guessing that it really only costs 3.00 for the entire batch. Watch the video and if you decide you really don't want to do it yourself, you can purchase this beautiful Ball Jar container filled with the recipe here: http://www.backdoorvac.com/great-grandma39s-laundry-so39.html

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