Budget101 Discussion List Archives Laundry~Detergents~More Cost of Homemade Detergent versus Store Bought

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      I think adding vinegar to the rinse cycle helps remove any remaining detergent.

      Sherri

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      > To: Budget101_@yahoogroups.com

      > From: sketch7511@yahoo.com

      > Date: Sat, 19 Jan 2008 19:48:16 +0000

      > Subject: Budget101.com : Re: Cost of Homemade Detergent versus Store Bought

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      > I would LOVE LOVE LOVE to get away from the cost of buying liquid

      > Tide. Unfortunately every other laundry soap I have tried made my

      > oldest daughter go straight into MASSIVE hives. I tried Arm & Hammer

      > free or whatever their gentle one was, and daughter looked like she

      > had measles.

      > I know homemeade should be gentler, but after all the trial and error

      > to just find one that did not cause bad reactions, I have stuck with

      > it for the last 5 years.

      > I also can not wash our clothes in one thing and hers in another,

      > because just that tiny bit left in the washer still effects her.

      > Wondering if there is something that can make the soaps rinse

      > cleaner?

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Budget101 Discussion List Archives Laundry~Detergents~More Cost of Homemade Detergent versus Store Bought