The funny thing is that most of my frugality comes from the fact that I really just don’t want to walk to the store.
In turn, I end up saving a lot of money with these easy tips – like how to stretch that list bit of dish soap you have and/or make your own entirely!
There are a lot of different “recipes” for this out there – and I shouldn’t even call them recipes – more like “combinations”.
Bottom line, is you just want to make sure you are killing the germs.
Here’s what I use:
- Dr. Bronner’s Peppermint Pure Castile Soap
- Baking Soda
- White Vinegar
- Left over Dish Soap
Mix the Baking Soda and Castile Soap until you get a Paste Like substance
Add in about 1/4 cup of water, or enough water to get to the consistency of “dish soap” (If you make it too watery, just add more baking soda)
Add in 1 cap full of the white vinegar. The mixture will bubble and that is good!
Use a funnel to transfer the soap into the container. (If you don’t have a funnel, you can just drop the ingredients right in the container and then shake it)
And voila! You have dish soap!!