Laundry Butter 2.0. Improved greatly. If you have tried the recipe that so many soap makers use, and were unhappy with it, like myself, then you may love this new recipe. If you loved the old recipe, I believe you are really going to be happy with this version.
For regular H.E. machines you could safely get away with 1.5 teaspoons or half a tablespoon. If it is an extremely large capacity machine, you may use up to 1 tablespoon. For a standard H.E. Machine you should be able to get 128 loads per 32 ounces.
Not only is this good for laundry, but it works great on soap scum. You can add 1-2 tablespoons to a spray bottle, add 16 oz of water and shake. If the tub needs a little extra oomph I put the laundry butter in the concentrated form straight on the tub.
Scented with pine needle, lemon grass, and lavender essential oils.
In regards to dryer sheets. Several methods out there. Soon I hope to write a blog that can explain this in greater detail.
Here are a few quick options for natural dryer softeners:
- wool dryer balls
- aluminium foil balls
- vinegar/water/vg/essential oil mix over handi wipes (my choice, I will write a blog later with details)
- vinegar and fabric
- vinegar in the rinse cycle
This package of laundry butter weighs in at 32 ounces.
INCI: Water, Sodium Carbonate, Sodium Cocoate, Sodium Percarbonate and Sodium Carbonate, Cymbopogon Schoenanthus (lemongrass) oil, Pinus Sylvestris Leaf Oil, Lavandula Angustofolia (Lavender) Oil.