Natural and biodegradable, these dishcloths are absorbent and also easy to clean. So, if your dishrag needs cleaning, here’s how to clean a Swedish dishcloth 5 ways.
This eco-friendly alternative to a sponge is a cleaning powerhouse. Here’s how to use a Swedish dishcloth in the kitchen and around the house.
Looking for ways to clean jewelry naturally? Here are some tips and tricks! We’ll show you how to safely clean your jewelry without any harsh chemicals damage.
Learn how to cut a bar of soap without it crumbling, what causes homemade soap to crumble and more!
If you’re wondering what that white film is on your homemade soap, it’s probably soda ash. Soda ash on soap is annoying, but preventable and treatable.
Ditch the chemicals! Here’s a few DIY all natural drain cleaners and plumbing tools that will unblock your sink without hurting the environment or your health.
Check out our tips for how to deep clean carpet without a machine or harmful chemicals. Learn how to deep clean and refresh your carpet naturally!
Learn how to store bar soap long term with our homemade soap storage tips. This post will teach you how cold process, hot process, and melt & pour soaps should be stored.
Learning how to make and use lye water tea is just one more method to add to your soapmaking toolkit if you want to add a touch of natural botanicals to homemade soap.
Kitchen work can be hard on your hands. Here’s a moisturizing kitchen hand soap recipe you can customize three ways to make bar soap that cuts through grease and removes odors.
Here’s a basic hot process soap recipe with oodles of glycerin. Use your slow cooker to whip up a batch of this luxurious homemade soap.
Do the terms Iodine Value and INS mean nothing to you? We’ll break down the role of iodine in soap and explain how you can use this to craft a better bar of soap.
If you’re scratching your head wondering how those dreaded orange spots in homemade soap got there, read on for a few helpful tips.
Here’s everything you need to know about gelled vs ungelled soap. We’ll go over how to force or prevent gel phase, and what to do about partial gelling.
If you’re new to soapmaking, here’s an in-depth look at the ‘ins and outs’ of two made-from-scratch methods: hot process soap vs cold process.
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