Hey. Full on nesting mode over here. I will be 32 weeks this week and baby girl is on my brain like all the time. We still need to find a tiny dresser to keep her clothes, but I figured never too early to start washing them. A few years ago, when Wolfgang was a baby, I made a lot of homemade stuff for the house like laundry detergent and fabric softener and reusable baby wipes. I don't know, things got busy and more kids came along and I got tired. I am gonna try really, really hard to get back into the DIY world and add it to our homeschooling lessons.
Today I will be sharing a two ingredient laundry detergent that we loved in the past. Originally I found the recipe via a google search.
All you will need is:
- one box super washing soda
- three bars kirk's castile soap
- a storage container
- a tiny scoop
- cheese grater (but i recommend a food processor because it's like way faster)
- large bowl and spoon for mixing
Okay, so all you do is grate the bars of soap and then mix it with the washing soda. BOOM, done. I use a coffee size scoop and typically use just one to two scoops per load.
P.S. See that photo of my laundry room down there? I really want to wallpaper in there or something, I don't know. It needs something, don't cha think? Now ... where to get the energy and time for that project?