Learn how to make a home-made DIY version of Dr. Bronner’s Castile Liquid Soap from just a soap bar!
Ok, this is an old video I made a verrrry long time ago, but I re-uploaded it because this is still a money-saving process I use in my life to make my own DIY liquid castile soap from Dr. Bronner’s bars.
Liquid castile soap is very versatile and can be used for many household cleaning tasks – anything from cleaning surfaces, washing clothes, and even can act as a natural and safe alternative to shampoo and bodywash!
I KID YOU NOT!
The way it works is like so…
You buy castile soap BARS (which are MUCHO cheaper than their liquid cousins). Here are a few I like:
Then you cut the bars into 1″x1″ cubes and place them inside a glass jar. Add 3 cups of boiling water into the jars and let it sit for an hour or two, stirring occasionally.
You are done when the soap chunks have dissolved into the liquid.
Liquid castile soap can be bottled and stored in room temperature settings.
I wouldn’t recommend refrigeration since it might turn the entire concoction into a quasi-liquid/bar mess, which would totally defeat the purpose of making imitation Dr. Bronner’s liquid castile soap in the first place!
I love using castile liquid soap, especially when it’s homemade and FAR CHEAPER than buying the Dr. Bronner’s Liquid castile soap line.