When I first learned how to make liquid soap, I knew there was a lot to it. Now that I’ve been doing it for a while, I’ve simplified and perfected my recipe. And like the original, this liquid soap can be used as shampoo, body wash, hand soap, and even dish soap!
Homemade cleaning products for the kitchen, bath, and entire home.
Learn how to make soap in a slow cooker. Our basic cold process recipe of water, lye, and fat can be used for crock pot soap. It’s a great base recipe for creating many awesome soaps, and it’s a simple process that doesn’t take a lot of time or effort.
When learning how to make soap, should you make measurements using weight or volume? The question may sound simple, but it is the subject of MUCH debate! The good news is, the answer ends up being similar on both ends of the argument.
There are two ways to make homemade soap molds out of silicone and we’ll show you how to do both. Both involve a bit of work and time, but the results are inexpensive and so satisfying! You can use clear or colored silicone for your molds.
This homemade Febreze™ recipe is an effective, natural, and safe disinfecting spray for fabrics. The homemade fabric refresher has been stain-free for my couch, carpet, and other surfaces and the ingredients are natural, non-toxic, and smell wonderful!
A clean refrigerator is so much better than a dirty, stinky, messy one! Learn these tips we have discovered to help you clean your refrigerator naturally! From drips of sauces, to broken eggs, to spilt milk–these tips will help you clean it all naturally!
I absolutely love using my wooden wick candles, and I guarantee you’ll love them too! They only take a few minutes to make and are easy to customize with your favorite essential oil, so you get the exact scents you want. Enjoy!