• Home Made: Antibacterial Dish Soap

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    Are you looking to save money on cleaning products and work toward a more natural lifestyle, eliminating chemicals and toxins from your everyday products? Do you love the challenge of making your own cleaners? We know that making ingredients from scratch and getting rid of hidden food/food prep toxins is a great start. And by using simple, natural homemade cleaners, we can eliminate many other toxins that could otherwise leach their way into our systems.

    Making your own household items is generally pretty easy, less expensive than buying from the store, and fulfilling. This recipe costs a little more than a dollar to make 32 ounces. Compare that to any commercial dish soap and you’ll see the difference. This recipe is less toxic, so better on you and on nature. You can’t lose! Let’s get to it.

    You will need:

    • 4 cups of water
    • 1/2 tablespoon of vegetable glycerin
    • 10-20 drops of tea tree oil
    • 1/2 cup of grated soap


    Grate the bar soap. I like to use Dr. Bronner’s castile soap personally.

    In a saucepan, add the grated soap to the water and heat on low to medium heat, bringing to a boil.
    Be sure to stir frequently as the soap melts.

    Once the soap dissolves into the water, add in the vegetable glycerin.

    Allow to cool a bit, then pour into a jar.

    After an hour of cooling, add …

    This dish soap recipe is unlike any other homemade dish soap recipes we’ve tried in the past. You’re going to get a bit of suds and it has real grease cutting abilities. Today I am so happy to share it with you. FYI I always have baking soda ready at the sink to tackle any super tough grease or stuck-on bits of food.

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