Homemade Laundry Cleaners
These Homemade Laundry Cleaners will not only save you money but they’re also easy to make and are more user-friendly than most store bought ones.
Making a batch of this laundry detergent can last you at least 5-6 months!
Our member Ellie Mae estimates that with each detergent batch she makes at home, she saves over $40.
According to our forum member 2bearsmom . . . . This recipe is yet another keeper. She put it to the test on a shirt and you would never know it had a spot on it. For this one, you need 1 C water, 1/2 C hydrogen peroxide, and 1/2 C baking soda. Mix together and let it sit on the stain for about 20 minutes before washing.
This stain remover is the easiest product to use. It’s all-natural. It’s no-hassle. And it’s not only frugal – it’s FREE!
Who knew! Vinegar makes a great fabric softener.
Just pennies a load to brighten your whites!
Not only will it help with getting grease stains out, but your clothes will smell good also.
Baking soda works great as an extra product to add to your dirty laundry not only will it help get them cleaner, but if they’re extra smelly it helps get out the odors.
If the flu bug hits your house, this laundry cleaner recipe will help kill the germs plus clean the washing machine.
Using a few of these with your homemade laundry detergent gives it an extra scent boost.
Save those expensive clothing and purse items with this laundry cleaner.
More DIY Homemade Cleaners:
- Homemade Laundry Detergent
- Homemade Laundry Stain Remover
- Homemade Liquid Soap
- Homemade Dishwasher Detergent