|I easily found these in the laundry detergent aisle of Superstore.|
Mix equal amounts of:
Use 2 tablespoons in per load.
If your water is hard and tends to spot you can use vinegar as a rinse agent.
I put the mix into a plastic pail with a tight fitting lid - perfect size, but it wasn't very interesting looking. I thought, "I should print out some sort of cute retro label..." That got my girls & I into hysterical bouts of laughter as we googled images for "Retro Vintage Dishwashing Soap". I ended up printing out a bunch and simply using packing tape to stick them on. I don't own Modge Podge. Can you make it from scratch? ;-) (A quick search on you know what shows of COURSE you can make your own...shoulda figured!)
|Mixing the sacred with the mundane.|
|This woman is preforming the joyful dance of the tea towel.|
It makes me smile every time I get soap.
Anyway, the verdict on the dishwasher soap? So cheap. Works great. No fuss. Less chemicals. Less packaging. I tried it - I like it!