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9 Responses to One Recipe, Three Uses: Dishwasher Liquid Detergent, Dish Soap, and Hand Soap

  1. annie @ montanasolarcreations  

    I was just thinking how I would like to try making our own dish soap and hand soap since we already make our own laundry soap. This looks so easy, pinning it and definitely going to give it a try!

  2. Lauren  

    That’s really cool and sounds easy! The challenge will be transitioning my family away from suds. 😉 My boys in particular love to stick their hands in any residual suds in the sink (which kind of grosses me out, ha ha). But I’ve long been considering making our own soap, so thanks for the recipe!

  3. Dionna  

    I’ve been using a natural soap from Frontier, and it was hard getting away from suds. It was hard believing that my dishes were truly clean without bubbles!!
    I’ll put this on my list of recipes to try the next time I run out 🙂

  4. Kristin @ Intrepid Murmurings  

    Wow! I’ve never seen this and it looks great! I make my own laundry soap and had several failed attempts at powdered dishwasher detergent (did not get the dishes clean!) but haven’t tried a liquid soap and now really want to! I assume if you get a bar soap that has oils (like the coconut oil soap) it isn’t too drying on your hands, too, right? 3 in one sounds AWESOME!

  5. Lisa Nelson  

    This is awesome! I have never thought about making my own soap. I am definitely going to try this.

    I love healthier alternatives.

  6. SRB  

    Well this recipe is just brilliant. Now I can’t wait to use up my dish soap and make this instead. Who am I?!?

  7. Mercedes  

    Cool! I am on a kick trying to make my own cleaners, so this is great timing! I can’t wait to try it.

  8. Michelle  

    I just got into making my own dish soap and did have a question. For the recipe I used recently I had a bar of castile soap grated, baking soda, washing soda & lemon juice. I’m assuming the citrus water is similar in concept to the lemon juice. I’m not sure what I was expecting, but the final product was much thicker than I thought it would be (it’s almost a paste-like consistency) and it seems to make the dishes greasy. Seeing as you’re using coconut oil as a base, does it turn out greasy or oily? I don’t have a problem with “no suds”.. I have a hard time grasping the concept that an oil-based cleaner/soap isn’t going to be greasy.

  9. disney vacation packages including airfare

    Wow! I’ve never seen this and it looks great! I make my own laundry soap and had several failed attempts at powdered dishwasher detergent (did not get the dishes clean!) but haven’t tried a liquid soap and now really want to! I assume if you get a bar soap that has oils (like the coconut oil soap) it isn’t too drying on your hands, too, right? 3 in one sounds AWESOME!