Borax Liquid Soap
Empty 1 gallon jug
1/8 cup borax powder
Funnel the borax into the jug, fill with cold tap water. Shake
a few times. Let settle. In a few minutes you can pour off the
clear part into dispenser bottles. This is the soap!
Easier way: use any bottle, pour borax powder to a depth of
a Ĺ inch or so. Add water. Shake. When you have used it down to
the undissolved granules, add more water and shake again. Add
more borax when the undissolved granules get low.
Keep a dispenser by the kitchen sink, bathroom sink, and
shower. It does not contain aluminum as regular detergents and
soaps do, and which probably contribute to Alzheimer's disease.
It does not contain PCBs as many commercial and health food
varieties do. It does not contain cobalt (the blue or green granules)
which causes heart disease and draws cancer parasites to
the skin. Commercial detergents and non-soaps are simply not
safe. Switch to homemade bar soap and borax for all your tasks!
Borax inhibits the bacterial enzyme urease and is therefore antibacterial.
It may even clear your skin of blemishes and stop
your scalp from itching.