Monday, May 2, 2011

2011 Goals - Share More/Spend Less: Share More Monday - Frugal Homemade Dishwasher Detergent

This week's Monday Share is
Frugal Homemade Dishwasher Detergent!


Ingredients Needed

1 cup Borax
1 cup Washing Soda
20 packs of lemonaid Kool-Aid
1/2 cup kosher salt
Knee-high panty hose
Rice

Instructions

Fill a container (with tight-fitting lid) with all ingredients. 

Add 1 cup of Borax:


Add 1 cup of Washing Soda


Add 20 packets of Lemonaid Kool-Aid


Add 1/2 Cup of Kosher Salt


Close lid and shake to mix all ingredients well. 

Fill the "toe" of a knee-high pantyhose with
a handful of rice and tie tightly.
Add this to the mixture to prevent clumping.


Now you are ready to wash your dishes!

Use 1 tablespoon per load by adding to detergent
reservoir on your dishwasher.

Fill rinse agent dispenser with white vinegar
to prevent spots.


Simple, easy, frugal, and no harmful chemicals!!

For more frugal homemade cleaning recipes, visit HERE and HERE!

Come back next Monday to learn about amazing nontoxic
cleaning for surfaces using just tiny drops of solution
and plain water.  A little goes a LONG way with
incredible cleaning power and NO CHEMICALS!


Have a Blessed Day!!
Katie Burke
Stampin' Up!® Independent Demonstrator
Pine Mountain / LaGrange, Georgia

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4 comments:

Amanda said...

I am so awesome :) I am definitely going to try this!

Katie Burke - Bella B Designs said...

LOL! GREAT! LMK how it works. I will tell you, we have well water and it was VERY difficult to get our dishes to come out clean enough. We would have sediment or water spots, you name it. This combination has completely eliminated all of that. It has also "swished" away most of the iron buildup on the inside of the machine. Very pleased with it!

Neno's Pics said...

Thank you so much! I cannot wait to try this. Dana from NC

Wimbledon cleaners said...

Great post! Where do you come with ideas like that. Going to try it out just to see how it goes.

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