As we’re trying to use Less Plastic this Plastic Free July, we wanted to share 5 useful and unique uses you can use with Dr. Bronner’s Bar soap.
Known for its versatility, these soaps go way beyond cleaning the body, and can also clean the home, laundry and pets. With the cost of living going up, these hacks are also ideal for money saving, and for getting creative with your cleaning products in the home.
Packaged in 100% post-consumer recycled wrapper, Dr. Bronner’s Bar Soap, £5.69, comes in a range of different scents to suit all, and is in 100% biodegradable, Vegan, and cruelty free.
Grating this soap opens up so many more opportunities, so here are 5 Best Recipes for Grated Bar Soap Dilutions
- WASHING DISHES Best—Rub dishcloth or brush on bar soap. Or, add 2 Tbsp. (30 ml) grated bar soap to very warm running water. Swish to dissolve.
- LAUNDRY: Combine one grated bar of soap with 960 ml baking soda in a blender Pulse to blend. Use 60-80 ml per large load.
- MOPPING Add 1 Tbsp. (15 mL) grated bar soap to 4 L hot water. Dunk mop and wring thoroughly.
- BATH: Add 4 Tbsp. (60 mL) grated bar soap to running warm bath water (Doesn’t bubble, but still cleans).
- FOOT BATH: Add 1 Tbsp. (15 mL) grated bar soap in a small tub of very warm water. Swish to dissolve. Use the peppermint scent for a minty fresh tingle.
Throughout the month Plastic Free July, Dr. Bronner’s is running 20% off its bar soaps this month to encourage followers to elevate the bar!