You are going to love the savings that come with this homemade laundry recipe. It’s hard on stains and easy on your purse.

We’re always on the hunt for ways to save you money and this Homemade Laundry Soap Recipe will do exactly that. The creator says that a single batch can be made for around $30 and will last a year.

Using a few simple ingredients, you can make a laundry soap that is safe and leaves your clothes smelling fresh as a spring breeze. It’s no wonder this recipe has gone viral!

Homemade Laundry Soap Recipe Ingredients

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This Homemade Laundry Soap Recipe will be your new go-to. The creator says that the  Purex Crystals are optional. She suggests leaving them out if you’re sensitive to scents. Let’s take a look at what you are going to need.

Homemade Laundry Soap Recipe Video

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In this video tutorial, Jillee from One Good Thing shares her recipe for homemade laundry soap that has received rave reviews. In fact, most people who have tried it have never gone back to the store-bought detergents.

You’ll need to buy a few ingredients to get started, but the savings are well worth it. Since you’ll only be using about 2 tbsp per load, this soap will last you for a very long time. To see how to make it, click Play above ^

How To Make Easy Homemade Laundry Soap Recipe

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The first step will be to make soap pellets with your soap bar. These need to be tiny enough to dissolve while in your washing machine. You can do this by either using a blender, a food processor or even a cheese grater.

If using a blender or processor, begin by chopping the soap bar into chunks. Add in some of the OxiClean to stop the bar from sticking together. Blend until it resembles small pellets.

Next, you’ll need to mix everything up. The easiest way (and the way Jillee prefers) is by throwing everything into trash bags. Pour the laundry soap pellets you made, along with the borax, washing soda, baking soda, OxiClean and Purex Crystals (if using) in a large bag.

Tie it up and place it into a second trash bag so you don’t end up with a mess. Push, turn and roll the bag around well to mix everything up.

Using Your Homemade Laundry Soap

Now that your Soap is ready, you can store it in a container or jar with a good-fitting lid. Jillee also recommends adding in a few gel silica packets if you live in a particularly humid area. Depending on how often you do laundry, this soap could last you up to a year.

You’ll only need to use about 1-2 tbsp of this detergent per wash, depending on how dirty the load is. Here are the usage guidelines:

  • For a regular wash, use 2 tbsp of detergent
  • Small wash, use 1 1/2 tbsp
  • Extra-large or heavily soiled wash, use 2 1/2 tbsp

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