castile soap

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a good hard soap made from olive oil and sodium hydroxide

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Use a regular detergent or liquid castile soap but never spot clean with lemon or vinegar because anything acidic will damage the fabric.
Bronner's USDA Certified Organic and Fair Trade liquid hemp castile soap, which is 100 percent vegetable based.
I try to clean most things with water, vinegar, castile soap, and lemon," says Eszter.
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Recently, weary of the steady stream of ants across my bedroom into the hall and bath, this writer filled a spray bottle with peppermint castile soap and sprayed away, removing the casualties with a rag.
I've traded in my potentially toxic stash of chlorinated soft scrubs and harsh oven cleaners for liquid castile soap and baking soda.
Between your hardware store, where you can buy liquid castile soap and borax, and a few essential oils found in natural food stores, you can whip up a cleaner for pennies
Castile soap rinses well and might be gentler than deodorant soaps.
Her firm offers a chemical-free coconut castile soap to use as an alternative.
We use heated water, a vacuum, Castile soap on their feet because it makes them whiter,'' Busch-O'Kane said, as a group of children with soapy sponges shampooed the horses' trademark feathery hairs flowing over their huge hooves.
I collected the cake of Castile soap and my mother's douche can from the bathroom and carried it all out to the kitchen.
We first washed elms with a mild solution of castile soap or Fels Naptha, which has long been used in organic gardening control aphids," said Jos Zamzow, son of "Dr.
Bronner's castile soap, and not laundry or dish "soaps," which are actually detergents that contain perfumes and other ingredients that can damage plants.
A group of people get together to whip up a batch of home-made household cleaners using ingredients like vinegar, water, baking soda, castile soap, and glycerin.