Make A Year’s Worth of Laundry Soap for $30!

A YEAR’S worth of Laundry Soap?! That’s an idea that is hard NOT to get behind! This recipe is easy to make and will leave your clothes looking (and smelling) clean and fresh!


Eye on art says:

please, what size box is the borex in case they have smaller boxes at the store? Thanks

VWGTI says:


Eilish McCahill says:

I use castile soap bars because Zote and Fles Naptha have beef byproducts in them which is gross and bad for the environment

Ken Lambert says:

After the mixture sat overnight it got a thick globby coating over the top. I mixed it again, but it still has hard pieces of globby substance and it won’t dissolve properly in the washing machine. It also left white residue on my clothes and machine. What did I do wrong?

Floryl Hue says:

Purex crystals are not fabric softener crystals. They are just scent boosters.

Mary Cashion says:

I love your channel, I have learned so much. thank you

Lori Powell says:

hello, I was hoping you could clear up some things for me. I am going to make my own homemade laundry soap. What is the purpose of the oxy bleach and the baking soda? The reason I ask is because the borax is a brightener. Which acts like the oxy bleach. So why add the oxy bleach? And the super washing soda and baking soda are nearly identical chemically. Washing soda is sodium carbonate and baking soda is sodium bicarbonate. In fact, putting baking soda on a baking sheet and baking it at 200 degrees will make it chemically change to washing soda. So what’s the purpose of using baking soda? I hope to hear from you soon. TY

Michelle Holt says:

I just found this video. I have a question. Is there an alternative to use instead of the Purex Crystals? My family and I are allergic to Purex.

Andrew Rance says:


Casey Lovelock says:

what can you use instead of borax as it is band in our country x

Stella felan says:


Michael Reed says:

This is cool I love being cheap muahhhh

TJay Art says:

I wanna do this for my mom but I’m not sure those ingredient are available here in Philippines.

Maria Cannenta says:

where do you buy the generic oxygen bleach?

TheAverageWonder says:

Great recipe i do have to say everything is chemicals humans are chemicals. So no real reason to say borax isn’t chemicals because it is

Je Weet Wie Het Is says:

Can you give messurements on the use of the ingredients?? Here in Holland borax is not well known and available in specialised stores. Is it nessesary to use the oxy ingredient for black/dark clothes or colored clothes??
Thank you in advance..

sandy girl says:

why don’t use a plastic container or a 4 gallon bucket….

Ruby Hause says:

lol lol

GracefulHome says:

What size is the glass container

TheOneZenith says:

This seems like you bought, not made, a year’s worth of generic laundry detergent. I mean, could you have at least made your own soap?

Name Alsoname says:

How many ounces of oxy powder do you add ?

jj ccrfag says:

Really want to try this out but not so sure about the years worth ?? seems far fetched

J B&walter says:

i’ve been using this laundry soap for 2 months now, my clothes are so soft and clean, the smell is refreshing, not a perfume cover up!

Joyce Chapman says:

I’m not sure why she keeps saying this is chemical free because it isn’t. The oxi-bleach, as she calls it, known as oxi-wash is loaded with chemicals and so are the smelly crystals that she adds to it. So, if you are wanting a chemical free homemade laundry soap this is not what you want to make.

Spc Bitcoin says:

you’re a pro!

Edward Reyes says:

Hi Jilee, does the detergent dissolve easily in cold water?

Margo Langford says:

AND ITS TOXIC FREE!!!!! well done

Kelera Williams says:

Does this recipe work if you’re using cold water in your washer?

Wanda Mazzulo says:

Fels-Naptha is an American brand of bar laundry soap used for pre-treating stains on clothing and formerly as an effective home remedy for exposure to poison ivyand other skin irritants. Fels-Naptha is manufactured by and is a trademark of the Dial Corporation, a subsidiary of Henkel. The soap was originally created around 1893 by Fels and Co. and was the first soap to include naphtha. The inclusion of naphtha made the soap very effective for cleaning laundry and dissolving the contagious oil of poison ivy, but was removed as a cancer risk.

JIMKOR says:

How does it work on wools and colored clothes???

Lacey Shields says:

heat up knife to cut through bar soap, first

jeaneane miller says:

Any idea on how many loads using 2 TBS.

Eye on art says:

how does this do on blacks?

Elizabeth Villalobos says:

Measurements are important. How about scent?

Redeemed Believer says:

5 gallon bucket with lif, fill it, put the lid on, lay it on its side and roll it around .. then store it in the bucket … voile!

Soila Mckay says:

I will try this, thanks.

Murtaza Nanabhai says:

Why are white people so soft?

La-Shawn Jennings says:

Jillee, why do you only use 2 cups of baking soda not the whole box?

Elena Orozco says:

Would it be safe to drop in some clorox bleach in the wash with this mixture? I always need clorox for my whites!

Hannibal Greatgrnbb says:

smartest version Ive seen to date even tho I wouldve just opened the top so I could reuse the bags over n over n over again lol I hate wasting items

Fannie Jett says:

hi I do make my own laundry soap as well but I have a portable washing machine and with spin dryer how does that work in that as far as the consistency of how long it will last for how much I would need to use in it….

BratBusters Parenting says:

Just a note: there are tons of harmful chemicals in those fabric softener beads you added. Other than that, it’s a safe detergent.

Lacey Shields says:

heat up knife to cut through bar soap, firsr

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