Castile soap is a natural inexpensive product and here is some Castile soap benefits that you may not of thought of!
Castile soap has saved me quite a bit of money over the years. I use it for just about everything in my farmhouse home. I started using it because I wanted to find easy and simple ways to start using more natural products in my home. It’s very affordable running under $5 a bottle – and get this… It’s concentrated too! A couple of teaspoons of Castile soap will get you far! I can’t tell you how many times I’ve been in a pinch and needed to do laundry but had run out of detergent, and castile soap to the rescue!
So If you’re looking for a way to introduce more natural products in your home without spending much money, this product is for you! I’ve written down my top 10 favorite ways to use castle soap in your home!
1. All-purpose cleaning spray
Mix 2 teaspoons of castile soap with water and some drops of your favorite essential oil mixed in a spray bottle makes for a fantastic all-purpose cleaner. You can use it on your counters in your bathroom and kitchen, your sinks, stovetops, even your toilets. It’s the wonder spray!
2. Shower scrubber
Mix 2-3 tablespoons of castile soap with 1/4 cup baking soda for a non-toxic shower scrub. Let it sit for 5-10 minutes and then scrub away. It works wonders!
3. Handwashing your dishes
A few drops of castile soap in your dishwater will do wonders on your sink of dishes! A little dab goes a long way!
I wouldn’t go around eating it – but a few drops on your wet toothbrush will clean your teeth without all the chemical ingredients.
5. Body wash and shampoo
If you’re a low-maintenance person, you’ll be happy to know that you can use castile soap as an all-in-one in the shower, both for your hair and your body.
6. Veggie wash
Vegetable washes can be quite expensive! Did you know you can use Castile soap to help rinse fruit and vegetables from their dirt and pesticide residue? Just add 1 tablespoon of the hard working castile soap to 2 cups of water, and store the mixture in a squirt bottle right beside your kitchen sink.
7. Pup shampoo
Make a mixture with one part castile soap and three parts water to shampoo your dog. This mix comes in handy with our farm pup – boy does she get stinky!
8. Hand soap refill
I love the smell of my Castle Soap, I put in 3 Tablespoons castile soap mixed with water into my hand soap bottle as a replacement.
9. Laundry detergent
Run out of Laundry Detergent? No problem! Just squirt about 1 tablespoon of Castle Soap and a splash of vinegar as a rinse to give your clothes a gentler clean!
10. Floor wash
Mix 1/4 cup castile soap in a bucket with warm water and get to mopping!
Well – I hope you’ve enjoyed this post! My favorite place to get Castle Soap is at Grove! Check it out here to receive your free caddy and three-piece Mrs. Meyers set!
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