Update: I will be working on a new recipe for this dish soap! Although it worked for me some people have a few issues with it, especially with the consistency. So I will be revamping it stay tuned!
I have been looking for a recipe that didn’t involve crazy ingredients and was inexpensive. Finally I found one over at Frugally Sustainable! This is so simple! You have to try it!
1 1/2 cups of boiling water
1 Tbs shredded bar of soap that has low suds (trust me learned this one the hard way) like castile, ivory, or homemade soap!
1 Tbs washing soda
1 Tbs vinegar
1/8 tsp of tea tree oil
a few drops of other essential oil (optional)
In a bowl add the shredded bar of soap, washing soda, and vinegar. Then pour boiling water over mixture and stir/whisk until everything is well blended and has dissolved. Let mixture cool on the counter stirring occasionally for at least 8 hours. After it cools add tea tree oil (since its an anti-bacterial, anti-fugal, and anti-microbial) and any other essential oils you would like. Transfer into an old dish soap container or a cute oil dispenser container.
Seriously how simple was that!