- January 15, 2008 at 8:32 pm #255202
I’ve made the homemade, and I really like it, especially if the water
is soft. I hear that, over the long run, hard water users may have a
bit of dinge in their whites, but I would assume these users get a
bottle of A&H liquid for their whites and use the homemade for the
rest. The homemade is incredibly cheap. I use a food processor to
chop up my soap, and do the rest of the work while cooking, etc. in the
kitchen. Therefore, it’s actually the cheaper and faster option,
because I don’t have to shop for the ingredients (they are staples,
here at the house, anyway). Another way that I save is to look for
recipies and alternatives for other cleaners. This is cheaper and
healthier. Most household cleaners may be replaced with bleach, soda,
vinegar, ammonia, and dish soap, in some combination. Some folks use
salt, too. Have fun! Remember not to mix ammonia and bleach, though.
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