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How to Make Foam Hand and Dish Soap

I have been saving my foam dispensers for months now and I finally got around to refilling them.  Amy from Cutting Coupons in KC posted about how to make your own foamy hand soap and dish soap earlier this year.  It turned out SO well!

Dish soap:

Add 1/3c dish soap
Fill to top with water

As you can see from the works. :)  I like having this around for when I have to hand wash things.

Hand Soap:

Fill container with water - mostly full
Add 2 to 3 Tablespoons of liquid soap

I had just enough soap left to re-fill 2 bottles!

Thank you Cutting Coupons in KC!


I can tell my 9 year old is learning about frugal living. I got a great deal on some foaming SoftSoap, and he says to me, "Mom, I bet we could refill this with our own soap after it is gone, and make our own foamy soap!" Gotta love it! :)
Tori said…
I refill mine all the time. I Love the foam and since it uses just a little soap it spreads the soap farther!

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