DIY: Key Lime Dish Detergent
This three-step concoction will last you for six months or more!
Whether it's a non-toxic bleach replacement or an all-purpose cleaner, you can't lose when you decide to switch to organic alternatives—and given the sheer volume of dirty dishes generated by a household on the daily, the dishwashing solution should be on top of your replacement list.
Opting for a powdered dish detergent eliminates the need to buy liquid soap in plastic bottles that you also need to properly discard afterwards. It cuts down your shopping list and it doesn't pose health problems—helping you save a few bucks in the process. If you're looking for a powerful homemade solution that can get rid of grime, here's one you can try:
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