diy-dishwashing

You no longer need to buy the detergent by following this recipe for homemade preparation of this product, with natural ingredients. You can prepare a dish detergent from the ash of firewood, or lemons or homemade SOAP with the cold method. Even the liquid ecological soap can be useful for the purpose.

LEMONS AND VINEGARD

This detergent from lemons and vinegar washes the dishes, despite being free from surfactants, thanks to the degreasing action of these two ingredients. It's cheap and easy to prepare and has a texture much like an industrial dishwashing detergent gel.

Materials: 1 detergent bottle or glass jars, a pot, a funnel, a blender

Ingredients: 8 lemons, 800 ml water, 300 gr of salt, 200 ml vinegar

Preparation: boil the lemons until softened. Blend lemons, filtered through a sieve if necessary and pour into a pot with water, vinegar and salt. Bring to a boil, stirring occasionally. Then turn off the heat, let cool and mix with a hand blender. Transferred the detergent in a bottle with dispenser or in glass jars. It will get at least half a litre. Is preserved without problems at room temperature for a few months.

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FIRMING MASK
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