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Homemade Laundry Soap Starter Set

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32 reviews
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Slash your laundry supply bills and extend the life of your clothes by making your own laundry soap. Our starter set includes everything you need to make several batches - enough to wash more than 800 loads at less than 7¢ per load. Just a few old-time ingredients will get your laundry cleaner, for less money.
  • Soap can be used in HE washing machines
  • Most components USA made
  • Total wt 13-1/4 lb

Note: Our included recipe requires heating the ingredients on your stovetop to make a gel-like soap. Use approx. 1/2 cup per load. When you run out of an ingredient from starter set, simply reorder what you need.

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HOMEMADE LAUNDRY SOAP STARTER SET DESCRIPTION
Homemade soap is gentle enough for those with sensitive skin, easy on fabrics and the environment, too.
Set includes:
  • 20 Mule Team Borax (76 oz box); Arm & Hammer Washing Soda (55 oz box); 5 bars Fels-Naptha soap (5-1/2 oz each)
  • Aluminum 1-cup measuring cup
  • 14"L wooden spoon
  • 12-1/2"L steel hand grater(A 4-sided grater is temporarily replacing the flat one)
  • Recipe and instructions
  • Reusable 4-gallon bucket with tight-fitting lid and carrying bail for storing your homemade soap

Customer Reviews of Homemade Laundry Soap Starter Set
Product Rating: 4.8 out of 5.0(32 reviews)
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- 3/3/2015
said: Roger Wilson
"After it sets up to a gel, you can put in blender and turn into a liquid. Just shake jug before using. I used it in dishwasher too, it has low suds, works great."
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- 10/2/2014
said: Erin
"I am so glad I started making my own laundry soap! Everything really does smell so much cleaner, and the dinginess from our hard water is coming out of our clothes. It is frightening to read the chemicals included in the expensive store bought detergents. I'm sticking with this method. Only takes a few minutes to make a batch that lasts months!"
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- 9/30/2014
said: Kelly Hedglen
"This is absolutely wonderful for my husband who is allergic to most laundry soap. We've been using this for months now, and he hasn't had any problems. Saved us a ton on hypoallergenic detergent!"
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- 2/15/2014
said: Brenda Marine
"I've always been a Tide, Gain type of person. I started using this recipe three years ago. The basis recipe is great, I do add oxiclean, purex crystals,or dry bleach to some of my batches. It's safe in all types of washers. I also use this for a all purpose cleaner around the house. You won't regret this product and the smell is so clean. As you use this cleaner you'll find your clothes will be much cleaner then anything on the market can give you. For whites to get whiter you can also add 1/2 cup dry dishwasher soap to your laundry for a great booster. Don't hesitate to start, I have several friends and co workers that are now making their own laundry soap."
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- 9/22/2013
said: Mary Rodgers
"This is wonderful! Saves me money and my clothes have never been cleaner. I have an allergy to most laundry detergents but have no allergic reaction to this at all! I love it!"
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- 8/7/2013
said: Regina
" I really enjoyed using this homemade laundry soap. The laundry is so clean smelling. As a matter of fact my friends who don't want to make their laundry soap themselves, pay me to make it for them. That's how much this soap is liked! Thanks again!"
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- 4/18/2013
said: tom patterson
"My wife and I had been using FOCA detergent since that was our only option to use something that did not have harsh chemicals. We found Lehmans through a friend of ours and when we saw this, make your own detergent, we took the risk and we are 110% satisfied with our choice. It gets your clothes oh so clean, even your whites get cleaner and you are not putting bad chemicals in the ground to boot. I will tell you, when you look at this kit you think it does not seem like a lot of detergent like I did, the kit will make many many many batches of detergent from the enclosed receipe. Within minutes you have made about 2 gallons of GREAT smelling washing detergent! We use 1/2 cup in most loads and it works great and in heavy soiled clothes we use 1 cup. It does not foam up with lots of bubbles but the bubbles isn't what cleans the clothes. Works great in top load and front loading machines as we have used it in both types of machines at our house and our childrens house. We are telling everyone we know about Lehmans now and everyone who has tried our soap are sold on it. Thank you Lehmans for offering such a great laundry soap that is good for our mother earth at such a great price! Tom and Kathy"
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- 3/15/2013
said: Desi
"The washing soda, borax & fels naptha in this kit lasted me from 12/11/2010 to 3/14/2013. That is amazing!!! This did laundry for two people & 1/2 of the time a 3rd person for all of that time. If you are looking for a way to save money this works! "
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- 11/12/2012
said: Anonymous User
"It doesn't matter if I use my wringer and hang to dry or if I use my water-miser front loader in the winter..the clothes just come out clean and not perfumy. This is a good kit to get started with."
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- 6/14/2012
said: Travis Daggett
"We love this soap and the kids enjoy making it. We use a hand-crank washer and the clothes smell and feel clean. I feel comfortable in dumping the soapy water on the lawn (seems to like it). Use about 1/2 cup per load. Every time I make a double batch for my in-laws. We all use it on rags for cleaning purposes, too (toilet and sink area). We sometimes add in vinegar to the load for wet items that have gone wrong (kids leaving wet socks in forgotten places). Other than that, we love having one more product that we can use without supporting large retailers."
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