I realized I didn't have a tutorial for this so after I made Snapchats of me doing the process for a friend, I decided to download them and string them together. LOL So I apologize for the lackluster video you're about to view.
The recipe makes ten gallons of concentrate that you can store as is, or dilute it at a half to half ratio into ten 1-gallon jugs.
I store mine in the bucket and dilute it in a pitcher as needed.
I've even used some of the concentrate as a stain pretreater! It's gotten blood, grease and dog puke out of clothes.
You can add a scent via essential oil or fragrance blend, but I leave it as is because it already smells so clean!
The cost is virtually pennies per load. It takes me about a half hour to make the concentrate, and it is ready to dilute the next day! Come on, it's too easy NOT to do this!
1 Bar Zote Soap (14.1oz)
2 3/4 Cups Borax
2 3/4 Washing Soda (NOT baking soda)
1 1/2 Oxygen Cleaner
3 Tbsp Glycerin
*Optional - Scent Essential Oil