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Mom's Super Laundry Sauce 1 br Fels Naptha, 1 cup Borax; 1 c. Washing S… Mom's Super Laundry Sauce 1 br Fels Naptha, 1 cup Borax; 1 c. Washing Soda, 4 c.hot water, Directions: 4 cups of water in a large heavy saucepan over high heat. While heating, mix borax and washing soda in a bowl, mixing well, set aside. Grate the Fels Naptha, to the water, stirring. Reduce to medium heat, until Fels Naptha is dissolved. Remove from heat, add Borax Soda, stirring until dissolved. Cool mixture, In a blender, whip up smooth and creamy. 1 T a load Store in Jars

Mom's Super Laundry Sauce 1 br Fels Naptha, 1 cup Borax; 1 c. Washing Soda, 4 c.hot water, Directions: 4 cups of water in a large heavy saucepan over high heat. While heating, mix borax and washing soda in a bowl, mixing well, set aside. Grate the Fels Naptha, to …

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Mom's Super Laundry Sauce 1 br Fels Naptha, 1 cup Borax; 1 c. Washing S… Mom's Super Laundry Sauce 1 br Fels Naptha, 1 cup Borax; 1 c. Washing Soda, 4 c.hot water, Directions: 4 cups of water in a large heavy saucepan over high heat. While heating, mix borax and washing soda in a bowl, mixing well, set aside. Grate the Fels Naptha, to the water, stirring. Reduce to medium heat, until Fels Naptha is dissolved. Remove from heat, add Borax Soda, stirring until dissolved. Cool mixture, In a blender, whip up smooth and creamy. 1 T a load Store in Jars

Mom's Super Laundry Sauce 1 br Fels Naptha, 1 cup Borax; 1 c. Washing Soda, 4 c.hot water, Directions: 4 cups of water in a large heavy saucepan over high heat. While heating, mix borax and washing soda in a bowl, mixing well, set aside. Grate the Fels Naptha, to …

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Cream Soap (DIY) Cream Soap (DIY) / Whipped soap . p Recipe: 1 bar soap 4-6 cups water 1 tsp. Glycerin 2 cups vegetable shortening 1 cup coconut oil 10-15 drops essential oils (optional) Recipe Directions: Shred bar of soap and set aside. On low to medium heat place shredded soap into a pot with 4 cups of water adding more if needed. The soap will began to dissolve in the water(this process will take about 20-30 minutes). Some of the soap pieces may not dissolve. Once done stir in glycerin and place into styro

Cream Soap (DIY) / Whipped soap . p Recipe: 1 bar soap 4-6 cups water 1 tsp. Glycerin 2 cups vegetable shortening 1 cup coconut oil 10-15 drops essential oils (optional) Recipe Directions: Shred bar of soap and set aside. On low to medium heat place shredded soap into a …

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DIY Cold Process Soap Making Techniques ~ In Cold Process soaping, you do not ad… DIY Cold Process Soap Making Techniques ~ In Cold Process soaping, you do not add extra heat to the reaction; you let the heat generated by the chemistry drive the process. Cold Process soaps take longer to cure, but have a smoother texture and are easier to swirl.

DIY Cold Process Soap Making Techniques ~ In Cold Process soaping, you do not add extra heat to the reaction; you let the heat generated by the chemistry drive the process. Cold Process soaps take longer to cure, but have a smoother texture and are easier to swirl.

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ACTIVATED CHARCOAL SOAP Making the Soap Step 1: Combine the water and lyeAdd the… ACTIVATED CHARCOAL SOAP Making the Soap Step 1: Combine the water and lyeAdd the distilled water in a ceramic or glass cup that is microwave safe. Slowly add in the lye, mixing gently. Mix with a metal utensil and set aside.Step 2: Melt the butter and add the oilsMelt the cocoa butter over very low heat until it turns to liquid. Transfer the melted butter to a large ceramic or glass bowl. Stir in the extra virgin olive oil and grapeseed oil. Mix gently.

ACTIVATED CHARCOAL SOAP Making the Soap Step 1: Combine the water and lyeAdd the distilled water in a ceramic or glass cup that is microwave safe. Slowly add in the lye, mixing gently. Mix with a metal utensil and set aside.Step 2: Melt the butter and add the oilsMelt the …

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Prevent and Kill Blight & Powdery Mildew With Baking Sod Prevent and Kill Blight & Mildew With Baking Soda. 1: Mix 3 T. baking soda with 1 gal. of water. 2: Mix in 1 T. vegetable oil or cooking oil. Helps spray to stick to leaves. 3: Mix in 2 drops of dish soap to help mix everything. 4: Spray on tops & bottoms of leaves till dripping. Begin with 3 T. & apply one time each week for 3 weeks. Then switch to 3 1/2 T. if fungus is still growing or spreading. Start spraying in the morning or evening – Spraying in the heat of the day can harm leaves.

Prevent and Kill Blight & Mildew With Baking Soda. 1: Mix 3 T. baking soda with 1 gal. of water. 2: Mix in 1 T. vegetable oil or cooking oil. Helps spray to stick to leaves. 3: Mix in 2 drops of dish soap to help mix everything. 4: Spray …

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How To Make Your Own Body Wash From A Bar of Soap Homemade Body Wash: 6 cups water, 3 bars of soap, grated. Put into a pan on the stove on medium heat, stirring occasionally until all the soap is dissolved. Transfer to a glass jar or bowl and allow to cool, then pour into a plastic bottle for shower use!

Homemade Body Wash: 6 cups water, 3 bars of soap, grated. Put into a pan on the stove on medium heat, stirring occasionally until all the soap is dissolved. Transfer to a glass jar or bowl and allow to cool, then pour into a plastic bottle for shower use!

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Wildflower Rebatch Soap Tutorial Rebatch soap feels amazing on the skin and you don’t have to work with lye. Just heat the base, customize it with your favorite additives, and spoon into a mold. What’s not to love? This Wildflower Rebatch Soap is simple to allow the flowers on top to be the star. It’s made with Luxury Rebatch Soap, which …

Rebatch soap feels amazing on the skin and you don’t have to work with lye. Just heat the base, customize it with your favorite additives, and spoon into a mold. What’s not to love? This Wildflower Rebatch Soap is simple to allow the flowers on top to be the star. …

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