Those of you that have shopped in La Niche know my good friend and helper, Madi. She turned me on to this great recipe for getting your clothes clean and best of all,it's budget friendly.
I had been told by my sons pediatrician to switch to the brands that have no dyes or chemical scents as he was born with eczema. I had tried everything and spent a lot of money on detergents that just didn't get my clothes clean. When Madi came to help me get the shop up and running, I noticed her clothes smelled so good! I had often asked her what she used and she would tell me it was her recipe of laundry soap she makes at home. Of course I was super skeptical until she made me a container full of this glorious laundry soap. I was a little worried trying it out but after the first few loads, I was hooked and best of all my sons skin was unaffected. It even worked on my husbands yard clothes.... you know what I am talking about ladies, that funk you just can't get out. Smells like a locker room and you dread doing THAT load of laundry. Well this stuff worked - I used 3 scoops of the homemade laundry detergent and his clothes came out smelling great.
Xtra-Large soiled loads get up to 3 scoops. I don't recommend cold water washing as this is a powder. Regular loads use 2 scoops. So for less than $10.00, you can make your own laundry soap that lasts for months. The recipe below does about 24 loads give or take. Do test it out on a load and make sure you're not allergic to any of the products below. Your local Walmart stores have everything you need in the laundry isle. I am no way affiliated with any of the products but thought it would be a nice blog recipe for those who are budget conscious and weekend laundry warriors like myself.