I have been making and using laundry soap FOREVER...and do I have a How-To-Tuesday for it? NO!!
But, the interesting thing is, just today a friend (thanks Ashley) turned me on to a liquid/saucey soap that just looks so interesting I am going to have to try it. Problem is, I recently made my POWER POWDER laundry soap, so still have quite a bit.
Secondly, I LOVE the jar I keep it in! The NEW laundry liquid sauce will need to be in a screw top jar.
But, no fear, I'm pretty sure I'm going to love it, so, since it IS Tuesday--which is How-to day I'm going to deviate from my normal pattern and give you the link to ANOTHER SITE with the recipe complete with photos.
(NOTE: 2/10/15 I was looking over my How To Tuesday columns and saw that BUDGET 101 attached this meme to my column that I posted last year. I did not intend to steal or copy their recipe; I even posted their link so my readers could see the how-to of laundry sauce. I don't think I should be chastised for sending people to their site but that's just me. Anyway, I'm leaving it on here because I still think IT'S A GOOD RECIPE. So, sorry if you take offense Budget 101. )
She calls it Mom's Super Laundry Sauce. Is that adorable?
So, here ya go.CLICK HERE FOR LAUNDRY SOAP RECIPE
My only caveat is I don't use Fels Naptha, so I would substitute. I use my daughter-in-law, Shonna's wonderful plain ol lye soap made with my goats milk in my POWER POWDER laundry soap so that's what I will use in this new SAUCE soap. Shonna's soap is creamy and lathers beautifully and you can find her soaps here: RED SHED SOAP COMPANY.
RED SHED is also having a soap making class Sept 13, 2014
SOAP class - September 13th from 2pm till 5pm. Lean the basics and some time saving tips to make high quality sops from scratch! This is an entry level novice class. You will learn the steps to make cold process soap and how to tweak recipes to make them your own. Lean how to use lye calculators to create custom soaps. All ingredients will be supplied. You will be taking home the soap you make, the supplies will be enough to make two 1 lb batches per person. Each person will need to bring 2 velveta boxes (top and bottom)or small plastic drawer organizer available at wal mart in the kitchen section. ( about the same size and shape of a velveta box.) Call for info and to sign up. Limited space available! Class may go over time estimate depending on how things go. Class cost per person is $55. If you are bringing a friend or family member the age limit is 14 years old due to safety issues using hot oils and chemicals. Call Shonna asap. 816-868-6763