Hello! Thanks for taking a break from your daily Grit and Grind (#GoGrizz #GrizzNation) to explore my most recent trip down the slippery slope that is zero waste living.
Also, free make up remover pads and homemade detergent to the person who can caption the title image. What the heck is going on there?
I made my own laundry detergent. I plopped my butt down on the couch last Sunday, binge watched the new season of UnReal, and grated bars of soap until The Bachelor looked like a down-right reasonable way to find love in our current dating culture. If you are unfamiliar with those shows (thank you, you are whats right about society) then I grated a ding-load of bar soap. Mixed it with 2x baking soda and voila! Laundry detergent.
Sounds like a lovely way to spend an evening doesn’t it? And wouldn’t it be nice if I told you that the story ends there; a picture perfect scene of a stereotypical 20-something doing her part for the environment while feasting on satirical pop culture shows? If only. Like most people I went to class with in college, as soon as I accomplished my task at hand, I immediately hopped online and tried to dismantle the logic of what I had just done.
I typed “DIY laundry detergent is stupid” into the google search engine (because thats what it is, its a search engine. It’s not a verb you crazy Gen Z-ers). This is who I am. I’m the kind of morbid person that feels an ounce of joy or success and instantly I want to debate myself on why I’m wrong. And I always win. That’s the beauty in questioning yourself. You’re always right. Anyway, turns out a lot of people on the internet have some serious beef with homemade laundry detergent. One word: surfactants.
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