Sals Suds, Sal Suds, how I love thee…let me count the ways! Have you ever heard of Sal Suds and/or have you used it in your home? Well if you’re not familiar with it today I’d like to introduce you to one my favorite and most versatile products that I use in my home. Today I am sharing a few simple ways you can use Sal Suds in your home. I’ve been using Sals Suds for several years. I was first introduced to it, when I was on the hunt for an all purpose cleaner that was safe and effective. I love that the ingredients are clean and I can use it without worry over many surfaces in my home. It also works great for dish washing and clothing too! Below I have a few tips along with my 5 favorite uses!

Fruit + Veggie Wash – fill a bowl with water and drop one drop of sal suds into your bowl. Swish it all around and add in your veggies or fruit soak for a couple of minutes and rinse well.

All Purpose Cleaner – 1 Quart of distilled water and 1 TBSP of sal suds…for extra cleaning power try adding some essential oils, I like tea tree [20 drops] or you could go with thieves as well.

Dishwashing – about 1/2 tsp of sal suds into a sink of hot water.

Toilet Cleaning – Spray with your all purpose spray and let it sit while you wipe down the counters. You can use this spray for your bathtub as well. For a super deep clean, consider emptying your toilet bowl of water and sprinkle some homemade baking soda scrub in the bowl! The baking soda is a gentle abrasive and will pack a power cleaning punch. I love this for my sinks as well!

Laundry – 2-3 TBSP for classic washers about 1 TBSP for HE Front Loaders.

Some helpful tips:

Sal Suds can be mixed with vinegar. This will act as a great grease and grime cleaner. Regular Dr. Bronners Castile Soap shouldn’t be mixed as it will curdle.

Just remember Sal Suds is a highly concentrated detergent a little goes a long way!

Thanks so much for stopping by today. I hope these tips were helpful!




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