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Make UR Own Dishwasher Detergent 2 cents per load!

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[B]Ingredients in Homemade Dishwasher Detergent[/B]

Your environmentally friendly dishwasher detergent.

[B]Arm & Hammer Washing Soda[/B]—This stuff has been around forever. It is a natural substance, made from salt and limestone. Scientifically it is known as sodium carbonate. It cuts grease on anything and can be used for many (if not most) of the cleaning projects in your home. Arm and Hammer puts it out in the United States. If you can't find it at your grocers you can find it on Amazon and other places online.

[B]20 Mule Team Borax[/B]—Borax occurs naturally in the environment and can be mined as well as created in a lab. It is toxic in concentrated amounts, and you should keep it out of the reach of children. You can find it by the laundry detergent; Borateem is one brand.

Recipe for Homemade Dishwasher Detergent
1 cup Washing soda
1 cup Borax

Mix together and store tightly covered in a Mason Jar. Use two tablespoon per load. Add vinegar to the rinse dispenser for the best results.


Detergent:
inexpensive (2 cents per load)
no harsh chemicals
does not emit chlorine gas like other commercial detergents
effective sanitizer
effective stain remover
effective water softener
environmentally-friendly (phosphate-free)

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