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Wednesday, November 30, 2016

DIY: How to Make Your Own Foaming Hand Soap

As I was cleaning yesterday, I realized just how many products that I have been making myself.    By making my own products, I am able to use that money for other things (grand babies, better food, travel etc.).  

Making your own Foaming Hand Soap is a great way to save money.  It's so easy and fast!



It's amazing how much money you can save making your own foaming hand soap!


This is a easy DIY than can save you lots of money!  You will need a empty clean bottle that previously held foaming hand soap that you bought from the store or you can buy one a new bottle here.   Fill with regular liquid hand soap one third of the way up (I buy a large bottle of liquid soap when it comes on sale).  Fill the rest with tap water.  Then gently shake until it is well mixed.


I have used the same bottles over and over without too much problem but every once in a while it will get clogged.  It's a easy fix, I just rinse the spout with warm water.  


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