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This is the concentrate for the laundry soap that I make and use in my own home. It's all that I have used for years. You will need to add 3 gallons plus 4 cups of hot water to the concentrate to have your detergent. Voila! I have 4 kids and I use cloth diapers and this mixture works wonderfully to clean all of our clothes, from the fancy dresses to the dirty diapers and everything in-between (including 2 boys). Contains no preservatives, petro-chemicals, sodium lauryl sufate, or brightners. Great for the most sensitive skin, including baby. Vegan. This amount lasts us about 3 months, and obviously, I do a LOT of laundry!!:) Repurposed plastic kitty litter buckets (or any other similar large plastic container) work perfectly for the amount of detergent this concentrate will make. Discounts for refills. Made to order, just for you. Will be shipped in a repurposed container of some sort. Any questions, please convo me. Thank you!! I apologize for the expensive shipping costs, but due to the weight of it, it is quite expensive to ship.

**If you are interested in purchasing a lesser amount of laundry soap instead of the concentrate, please convo me for details. This may work better for you if you have space confinements, etc.**

All Natural Organic Fragrance Additive Free Unscented Laundry Detergent Soap Concentrate HE, Multi Purpose, Baby, Gentle, Cloth Diapers

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