Natural Laundry Detergent Premium PD Recipe

2017-07-11

This effective easy-make natural laundry detergent will cut household costs dramatically and eliminate the chemical bath your clothes are currently taking. Commercial detergents and fabric softeners pollute our waterways and the air we breathe, and absorb into our system through our skin. This can break down the foundation of our immune system and irritate our skin and respiratory system. Protective Diet Natural Laundry Detergent will leave your blender pitcher sparkling clean and your laundry soft and beautifully clean. Choose fresh unscented or a light kiss of essential oils for just pennies per naturally clean load, offering protection for humans, animals and our planet.

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Comments (9)

  1. posted by Allie Frost on November 3, 2018

    Julie, do you have any recommendations on where to purchase empty laundry containers? I would like to gift my family detergent for the holidays. It is a difficult web search to find.

    • posted by Julie Marie on November 12, 2018

      Allie, I would ask friends or neighbors for their empties or use a glass beer growler, it will fit one batch. I have found glass gallon jugs at my health food store. They are beautiful but not as resourceful as repurposing empty detergent jugs. I love your detergent gift plans! Everyone will love it!

  2. posted by MelindaOwnby on June 3, 2018

    Wow! I had no idea you also offered this type of useful stuff too! I cant wait to try this detergent!

    • posted by Lorie S on June 26, 2019

      I feel like I need to use way more than suggested. My clothes still come out smelling musty. (lots of sweaty workout clothes and hubby’s clothes, dog pee rags). Or I have to add a full cup of the washing soda into the drum in addition to a full cup of the PD detergent…. And still clothes do not smell fresh.

    • posted by Julie Marie on June 23, 2018

      Melinda I’m excited you are going to try some of the Lifestyle recipes. This is one of my favorites that does a fantastic job while saving money, eliminating chemicals and protecting humans, animal and our planet. I always feel so smart using this easy prep effective recipe that I can make myself for pennies a load.

  3. posted by christine royer on November 17, 2017

    Julie, how do you store yours? It seems my laundry room is too cold because the detergent separated with the solids sinking to the bottom of the jug. I always give it a shake before measuring, but the solids do not remix into the liquids and sometimes they remain in the detergent dispenser. I am also finding residue in my washer–it’s a front loading HE machine and I put the detergent into the dispenser drawer. Maybe I should add it directly to the washer drum with the clothing and use a little less with each load. I’m so excited to be making my own detergent.

    • posted by christine royer on February 9, 2019

      UPDATE: I have had great experiences with subsequent batches of this detergent. I blend it really well—almost 2 minutes, and I have not had the same issue with separation even in my ver cold laundry room. My clothes are clean!

  4. posted by Veronica Nin on July 11, 2017

    When my son was diagnosed with vitiligo, an autoimmune disease that attacks the skin, his pediatric skin disease dermatologist insisted we stop all use of commercial detergents and fabric softeners to give his skin a break from harsh chemicals, perfumes and toxins. Shortly after her recommendation, the PD laundry soap recipe was broadcasted and we immediately called the dermatologist to get her approval of the ingredients. She was thrilled to hear we were switching to such a safe method for washing our clothing, sheets and towels. We also only use Dr Bronners baby Castile soap on everyone in the family, which his doctor was also happy about. PD laundry soap has worked perfectly for us, fights tough baby stains and our laundry smells clean. Not only do was save a significant amount of money doing laundry for a family of SIX, we are giving our little guy an advantage in life by boosting his immune system and protecting him from harsh ingredients in regular laundry detergents and softenets.

  5. posted by Rachel Fender on July 11, 2017

    I love this soap, it works great, smells good, and gets stains out. I have a husband and a teenage boy, so I can vouch for the stain removal!

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