Are you short on cash for woodworking supplies and tools? Many of us are, but there are ways to cut our costs in one area and use those savings for our woodworking addiction.
This may sound like a sacrilege, but woodworkers do not live on sawdust alone. We also have other matters to tend to – such as the dreaded laundry. Well, here’s a way to make your own laundry detergent that will save you a lot of money and saving money on laundry soap means more money for woodworking supplies and tools!
When this formula for making laundry detergent was shown to me by my in-laws I have to admit that I was skeptical. “Think of how much money we can save!” My wife exclaimed. As enticing as the money savings sounded I still questioned the efficacy of this soap. So I told my wife that we’ll wait a little while and see how her sister ends up liking it. In the meantime we went on using the same name brand laundry soap we had been using. In fact we probably spent another $100 or more on laundry soap until I finally decided to give the stuff a try.
I found the process of making the soap very easy, that the soap cleans the laundry very well, that it’s actually a hypoallergenic laundry soap, and for less than a half hour of my time I’m saving hundreds of dollars a year on laundry detergent a year.
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-- Ray, www.dogwoodtales.com, Cincinnati, OH