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Dishes for the Frugal Mama

Updated: Mar 12, 2020

Have you ever looked at the ingredient list on your dish soap or how about your dish detergent? Chances are, unless you've you researched this, the answer is "No". How do I know that? Because, until today... I never did. I needed the ingredients to write this blog, so I went to take a photo. Guess what?! There is NO INGREDIENT list. Why? Because here, in America, the government does not regulate this. As a mama, grandparent, anyone who cares for anyone, I hope you are outraged.


Ditching and switching seem astronomical and out of reach? Think again. In this blog, I'll share with you 2 recipes on how to get more bang for your buck- in the kitchen!


Young Living products are highly concentrated and many can be diluted and stretched into more.


 

Young Living Simple Swaps

We spend a lot of time thinking about what our food is but very little time thinking about what’s on our plates that our food goes on...crazy right?!


Dish soap, no matter how well it’s rinsed leaves SOMETHING behind from is components. You have two choices...toxins on your plate therefore entering your body OR….not.


I choose not, thanks!


Thieves Dish Soap is such an easy ditch and switch! Today we will cover 3 Thieves Dish Soap Hacks and a DIY Dishwasher Powder.

Join the FREE JPF Ditch + Switch Challenge to get the hacks and learn more about this lifestyle change!



 

Double Thieves Dish Soap


Here’s how to turn 1 bottle into 2:


1. Mix 2 tablespoons of baking soda to 6 fl oz warm water and mix.

2. Dump out 1/2 of the Thieves Dish Soap and store in a mason jar (or split amongst empty soap bottles).

3. Combine the water and baking soda mixture to the half filled bottles and stir.


*Recipe and Images Compliments of: MamaBird.Essentials



Triple Thieves Dish Soap

Not one... Not two... but THREE!!!


One bottle of Thieves dish soap is $14, but when you turn it into three bottles, each bottle costs $4.66. That’s a great price for clean dish soap!


Here’s how to turn 1 bottle into 3:

1. Mix 2 tablespoons of baking soda to 6 fl oz warm water and mix.

2. Mix in 1 capful of Thieves Household Cleaner.

2. Dump out 2/3 of the Thieves Dish Soap and store in a mason jar (or split amongst empty soap bottles).

3. Combine the water, baking soda, and Thieves mixture to the half filled bottles and stir.


Once you use it all up, add 1/3 of your reserved dish soap and repeat.


It’s SO EASY! And less than $5 a bottle for completely clean, CHEMICAL free, plant based, pure essential oil infused dish soap!



DIY Dish Soap out of Thieves Bar Soap


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