Have I ever posted about homemade laundry soap before? Am I too lazy to go looking for that post? Yeah...
Before we get into that, I was 5 years old the other day.
I saw a fun post on Pinterest and had to try it. IMMEDIATLY.
Firstly, it involved Ivory soap. This got my attention because I love all things Cincinnati. Because Ivory Soap is made there. Right in the same hood as Pringles & the fat substitute Olestra. Rock on, Nati.
And now you need something to do with it. You could put it in the shower or on the bathroom sink and break little chunks off as you need them. Or something else.
Normally, you're supposed to use Fels-Naptha or Zote soap here, because of their detergent qualities. I haven't been able to find those here in Brooklyn yet, so I've been buying $3.99 bars of Dr. Bronner's bar soaps. Even though I love the fragrance of them ( a combination of the citrus & almond scented ones is my fave) I have to say that .23 cents for a bar of Ivory ( which I'll have for a while now) is going to win the wallet.
I hope you've enjoyed! If you try this, let me know!