Make Your Own All-in-One Laundry Bombs!!


You often get skin allergy from different detergent that you use for laundry. Laundry doesn’t have to be a chore, you can make it now at home, instead of lugging your detergent, stain stick, fabric softener, and your laundry to the washing machine, we are showing you a homemade laundry bomb that does it all.

You can pick up the basic ingredients at your local grocery store for a few dollars, making these little helpers seriously budget-friendly. Scent with your favorite essential oil for a personalized smell and you’re ready to get washing.

What You’ll Need:

  • Small mixing bowl
  • Grater
  • 1 1/2 cup washing soda
  • 1/2 cup Fels-Naptha
  • 2 tablespoons Epsom salts
  • 3 tablespoons hydrogen peroxide
  • 1/4 cup vinegar
  • 15-20 drops essential oil
  • Sheet pan
  • Parchment paper
  • Measuring spoons


Make Your Own All-in-One Laundry Bombs!!

  1. Grate the Fels-Naptha into the mixing bowl and add the washing soda and Epsom salts. Fels-Naptha is a laundry bar soap that does a great job of attacking stains and cleaning your laundry. The boost of all-natural washing soda softens water while washing clothes. And the Epsom salts cut down on static cling and also soften fabrics once clothes hit the dryer.
    Make Your Own All-in-One Laundry Bombs!!
  2. Now add the hydrogen peroxide and give things a stir. Hydrogen peroxide naturally whitens clothes and keeps your colors fresh. Stir in the vinegar, which busts through stains while leaving clothes soft. Then scent with several drops of your favorite essential oil.
    Make Your Own All-in-One Laundry Bombs!!
  3. Once everything’s incorporated, the mixture should resemble wet sand and clump together when pressed. Cover a sheet pan with parchment paper and then use a rounded 1 tablespoon measuring spoon to scoop up the mixture, press against the side of bowl, then tap out onto the pan. Finish with a quick spritz of equal parts vinegar and water. Let set for eight hours before using.
    Make Your Own All-in-One Laundry Bombs!!
  4. Your laundry bombs are ready to toss in the washing machine! Use one round for small loads and two when washing lots of laundry. You’ll love how they refresh your clothing without all the extra cleaners!


Symptoms Of A Laundry Detergent Allergy

As Dr. Downie mentioned in her interview, some of the symptoms of an allergic reaction to laundry soap include a rash, such as breaking out into hives like the picture at the top shows. (You can see additional allergic reaction pictures here to help determine if you’re possibly suffering from something similar.)

Additional symptoms can include sneezing or itchy water eyes, particularly if you are allergic to the scent of the product.

Finally, a laundry detergent allergy can have more subtle symptoms than those listed above, such as tightness in your skin, other rash, and itching, even after showering and applying moisturizer.

Generally these symptoms are exacerbated more in the cold winter months too, because of less moisture in your skin.


How To Avoid An Allergic Reaction To Laundry Detergent In The Future

You or your family members do not need to suffer from a laundry detergent allergy anymore, since there are many products on the market, such as hypoallergenic laundry detergents, which are designed to not cause these allergic reactions in the first place.


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