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California Mom DIYs the Easiest Liquid Soap Ever

Seriously, anyone can DIY this!

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One our favorite DIYs to come across on social media, are sustainable DIYs. These DIYs not only help the environment, but also help save us money and is basically a win all around for us. Recently, we came across a sustainable swap from Instagram @loveandorderla that’s not only beneficial, but is so easy to do, that anyone can do it!

To create the liquid soap, all she did is was purchase a bar of Dr. Bronner’s Castile Peppermint Soap and allowed it to sit in a glass jar of water for a few days. After a few days, the bar of soap becomes more of a liquid that somewhat resembles slime (which will make this a great and fun activity for kids, too!) in which at that point you can transfer the DIY soap into any container using a funnel.

She wrote in the caption how doing this liquid soap hack created over a gallon of liquid soap and the texture wasn’t an issue at all since she claims it has a great and pleasant texture.

It’s so cool how she was able to create liquid soap without buying another plastic bottle!

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