Making your own DIY powdered dishwashing detergent is easy and inexpensive. With a few ingredients, you can make your own and skip the chemical filled store bought detergent.
In my latest article for eHow, I am sharing my go to recipe for powdered dishwashing detergent so you can make your own at home too! This recipe is so easy to put together and will leave your dishes sparkly clean and it smells amazing too! It's the perfect detergent for stuck on foods and works in all dishwashers! Hop over to eHow to check out my recipe and start making your own dishwashing detergent HERE!
Read on to see more of my dishwashing tips and ideas!
Want to make your own dishwashing tablets? I've been making my own for a couple of years now and they are amazing! You can find my Homemade Dish Tablet Recipe HERE!
Is the inside of your dishwasher in need of a good cleaning? I give mine a good thorough cleaning every few months. Click HERE to learn how to Clean The Inside Of Your Dishwasher!
If your dishwasher needs more cleaning and is leaving strange white or yellow bits on your dishes, then you may have some lime buildup in your dishwasher pipes and tubes. You can find the Easy Way To Remove Lime Buildup From Your Dishwasher HERE!
I hope these tips and recipes will help you get your dishes clean and also help you clean and maintain your dishwasher! I'm working on a recipe for a liquid dish detergent, so make sure you sign up for my emails so you don't miss it!
What is and where do you find "washing soda"? Thanks.
Hi, Eve! Washing soda can be found in the laundry/cleaning sections of most stores in the U.S. or you can make your own using just baking soda. Here is my post on how to make your own... Make Your Own Washing Soda with One Ingredients
I buy mine at WalMart. It is in the dish detergent aisle.
Dorinda Sickenger says
My question as well. Where would one find washing soda and ctric acid in Albuquerque, NM ?
Hi, Dorinda! They can be purchase online here if you can't find them in store (these will last long enough to make many batches)
Why is you face on almost every pin?
Does this work for hand washing dishes? Is there any difference?
Tim Hofstetter says