It’s almost the end of the year and life has become rather challenging. Both W and I had surgery in the past month and we’ve been terribly busy with school. We’ve had a small amount of time to experiment with a few things and decided to try making our own laundry detergent. I’d been saving bottles for a while. We usually buy a case of Ecover Laundry 100 oz bottles for $45 through the local coop and I was hoping to save some money. We make the recipe below and have been quite happy with the result. W just figured out that the same case cost us all of $3.91! Pretty amazing.\nEarth Friendly (Homemade) Laundry Detergent\n½ cup washing soda\n1 cup borax\n1 bar castile soap\n———————\nPut in 5 gallon tub and add 3 gallons hot tap water and stir.\nShave 1 bar of soap and put in large saucepan with 6 cups warm water. Heat on medium until soap is dissolved then add to tub and stir.\nLet sit overnight. The next day stir with whisk. It will be a little gelatinous. Use ½ cup of mixture per load of laundry.