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This turned out really well.

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(@sarahlynn)
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I made this for the first time a few days ago and used it today. Yes, I didn't wait for it to cure. I cooked mine so it was perfectly soap textured, and I made so much I wasn't worried about it dissolving too fast, so I know that under the circumstance I probably won't need to use so much powdered laundry soap if I actually wait for it to cure.... but that's not the point of why I'm posting this. 

I just wanted to chime in that this worked beautifully. My clothes are clean and I did opt to fragrance mine with an apple scent, which I think matches clothes soap just fine. Any way, wow. I'm really glad to have found this one, and I'll be making it again. I read on one of your pages somewhere that you mentioned saving money doing it this way and i completely agree. The reason i will be making this again is all about how much cheaper it is to do it this way...and it works. 

I have no objection to using any laundry detergent from the store. We aren't really that sensitive in my family, but the entire reason I'll be doing it this way is because of the savings and it just works really well.

OK, cheers!


   
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(@mangopeachielux)
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I love how you can say how you did your version of a soap project without all the internet school yard criticizing every detail on this forum. The minute you said you didnt wait too long to cure it I expected at least 3 posts lecturing you, but truth be told, I've been doing it this way for years, and its always fine. We always used to make ours with what ever oil we had on hand, but I do like the idea of the coconut oil because I can see the suds in the top of the washer. Have a nice day!


   
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