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August 20, 2010

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Amy @ Positively Splendid

You go, girl! I made my own laundry detergent for a good while until I started cloth diapering and had to find something sans any fragrance so the warranty on my diapers wouldn't be voided. I loved it! And I am still chuckling about cheddar cheese. :)

Thanks so much for the labels, too!

Jennifer Yates

This is oh so cool! I will have to give it a try! Love the labels too! :)

jannawilson

Thanks so much, Jennifer!!!

jannawilson

So good to hear from you, Splendid Amy!!!

Sarah Stegall

I use this recipe, too. Have for over 2 yrs. I have red-heads with VERY sensitive skin. This is great for them! I tell everyone about it :)

Amanda

Love this! I'm going to try it. (I also keep containers like crazy. Reminds me of my grandma) :)

Maureen

Just a caution on the detergent: I made a similar recipe (from The Simple Dollar). I found that over time the clothes became noticeably dingy. Eventually I switched back to good ol' Tide. I find I can get pretty good deals on it by combining sales and coupons. Hope you have better success.

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The way I'd do it would be to peel and quarter three apples (1 granny Smith to hold its shape and two others) and place in a saucepan over medium heat. Add a little apple juice concentrate (or brown sugar if you want), 1 tsp. cinnamon, a dash of mace and nutmeg, a pinch of salt, and about 2 tsp. lemon juice. Cook asdfover medium-low heat until the apples are cooked through but retain some of the shape. Remove half the apples and puree and return to the chunky ones. Yummy!

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monika

hi really i love diy I have been doing them for a while I have a question for you please does this soap makes bubbles or not thank you
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