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  • Yvette Cook

Run out of dishwasher soap?

What do you do when there’s a dishwasher full of dishes and you grab the bottle or toss your hand in the bag only to find there is none left!

This happened recently and my Wellness order is approximately a 48-hour shipping. Running up to the store for one thing didn’t sound very pleasing and those dishes couldn’t sit in there for 2-3 days while the sink piled high with more.


Discovering how to make your own automatic dishwasher soap was pretty darn easy.


Simplicity is key around here and having to leave the house to get ingredients, not on hand didn’t really make sense.


Two items from my kitchen were all that was needed …. Dish soap and baking soda.


Starting out there was a bit of hesitancy, thinking that I’d come back to a floor full of suds like something out of a movie. But that didn’t happen. Luckily!!


What I found out was baking soda keeps the soap from making those suds. So don’t forget the baking soda!

Here’s how simple it was:


1. About a teaspoon or so of liquid dishwashing soap


2. Baking soda to fill the soap slot almost to the top


That's it!


It worked great until my Wellness order arrived.


If you're interested in your own Wellness order. Please reach out to me.

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