Saturday, 18 November 2017

How to Make Liquid Soap with used Cooking Oil

Recipe for making soap with used cooking oil


The second of the soaps that we explain you how to make is the used oil soap and that will be perfect in this case for us to use it to wash clothes.

Ingredients to make homemade soap with used oil:

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Making homemade soap seems to have become fashionable. Maybe many choose to create their own soap in order to save money, but the truth is that a good idea if what we want is to discover how it is made, how it is made, what options we have since we can do it of all kinds of aromas and above all get that we can wash our hands or body with our own soap. 

Tuesday, 17 October 2017

What is the Advantage of Liquid Detergent or Powder Detergent?



Powder vs. Liquid Detergents


When washing your clothes you should examine a number of factors including the make and essence of the detergent to use, which cycle to use in your washing machine and how much to use. Another common consideration is whether to use a liquid detergent or powder laundry detergent. Several manufacturers offer liquid and powder options to supply all types of consumers. Both liquid detergent and powder have their own advantages and disadvantages.

Monday, 9 October 2017

How to Make Washing Powder Formula At Home

How To Make Washing Powder At Home


At home we use household liquid detergent to wash clothes, especially girls' clothes and washable diapers. But as a part of the family really likes the typical brand washing machine soap I was encouraged to try to make a homemade detergent and the results are great.

This powder detergent is easy and very quick to make, in addition the ingredients are found easily in supermarkets and drugstores.

Although the liquid detergent lasts longer, proportionally, this laundry detergent washes laundry very well. I recommend it especially for washing dirty clothes, cloth diapers and stains.

For example, the stained diapers of poop that usually cost a lot to wash them well, I make a little powder detergent, I rub and leave to soak, after a while I clarify and I put it to the washing machine, they stay like new.

And now get to work

Sunday, 16 December 2012

How To Make Dish washing Liquid


About Dish washing liquid

How To Make Dish washing Liquid
How To Make Dish washing Liquid 
Dish washing liquid has been in the market for quite sometime now. These have been used by many mothers at home. Even restaurants use the dish washing liquids. These have been a great help for all in making the plates, glasses, and cutlery and cooking utensils clean. This works well with your dish washer. Since you have been using dish washing liquid, you may have noticed that these cost higher than our detergent soap. Well here is a tip on how to make your own dish washing liquid so you can save from spending too much just to be able to clean your plates, glasses, and cutlery and cooking utensils.

Thursday, 13 December 2012

How to Make Laundry Detergent (Liquid)

How to Make Laundry Detergent (Liquid)

Let’s come to know how to make detergent powder. By this blog you can start your own business of detergent powder.



I have lots and lots of reasons for wanting to make my own laundry detergent for our family.  It’s more gentle on their skin.  The recipe uses earth “friendlier” ingredients.  It’s a blast to make.  It makes the house smell good when I am melting the soap.
But….

Probably the biggest reason to make your own laundry detergent is that it is extremely cost effective.  And when you are doing laundry for a family of nine, seven of whom are rowdy, muddy boys, sometimes covered in carrots, you need cost effective!!

And as a growing family, we need things to be cost effective anyway.

There are a ton of recipes out there to choose from, but I chose to start with the one from the detergent powder website

I made the concentrated solution and threw a few loads in to test it out according to their recommendations. Uncertain, I did a little more looking, and explored another similar version at The Simple Dollar.