Well I've been trying to clean-up and use what we have. Awhile ago I started making our own liquid laundry soap...then I stopped. Well I found my supplies and started again. Homemade laundry soap is ridiculously inexpensive, you can make your clothes smell how you want and is incredibly EASY to make. It takes way less time to make than preparing dinner four a family of five.
LuSa Organics soap. You can also use a castille bar soap. I've read to use one that is not scetned, but have you ever smelled Fels Naptha? That is totally scented and Dial Corp. will not reveal what are the actual ingredients. My Nana (my Mom's Mom) used Fels Naptha to clean her clothes and it does work amazingly well at getting out stains, but I'm doing my best to support local and eco-consciously-made companies and products.
James Wringer Washer for our next washer.