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Tide Clone Laundry Detergent

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Tide Clone Laundry Detergent
By herbsgirl
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I love Tide Laundry detergent, so this recipe is born, in my research and quest for a cheaper alternative. If you use 1 Tablespoon per load, it ...
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.1 cup sun with bleach alternative powder laundry detergent
1 cup sun oxygen cleaner
1 cup borax
1 cup super washing soda
1Mix all ingredients and put in a plastic container with a lid. An old ice cream bucket works well. Its easy to put equal amounts of ingredients in a plastic bag, seal and shake together.
2Use 1-2 Tablespoons per load. You can play around with the amount and try to use less or more, whatever gets your close cleanest. It is still way cheaper than Tide!
3I use 1 Tablespoon for large loads and wash my clothes for the 18 minute cycle sometimes. This seems to brighten, whiten, and clean clothes pretty well!



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