When form meets function and crossed with reclaimed wood, you get this beautiful Laundry Soap Dispenser Lid. Simply by screwing this lid to a glass jar, you instantly make your own laundry soap container.
The lid screws easily onto any jar with a standard canning jar neck opening. The fitted cap measures one-ounce of liquid when full. Simply pour the amount of laundry soap you need into the cap then empty the cap into your washing machine as recommended by the manufacturer.
This Laundry Soap Dispenser Lid pairs perfectly with our zero-waste laundry detergent. Laundry Concentrate paste, as we call it, is sold with a pretty instruction sticker for you to place on whatever jar you choose. Making the soap easy to identify in the jar plus a handy reminder of the usage amounts.
No more ugly plastic jugs!
One bar of laundry paste to one gallon of water. or you can cut the bar into smaller pieces and dissolve it with less water to match the size container you want to use. For instance if you cut the bar in half you can dissolve half the bar with 64 oz of water. Cut the half piece in half and dissolve that with 32 oz of water. And keep reducing the water by half to match the bar size.
One half ounce to 1 ounce depending on load size and dirt level. Try one half ounce for clothes that are not super dirty or stinky. Adjust up from there per your needs and load size.
PRO TIP: Do not overfill the machine with too many clothes. Give them room to move around and let the dirt out.
Depending on how many items you wash at one time by hand, I would start with 1/4 ounce of Laundry Concentrate Bar after you dissolve it.
The laundry paste will dilute in water overnight but sometimes we need to get laundry done right now! We recommend you dilute a small amount in hot water. Make it easier by putting 1/16th of the Laundry Concentrate into a jar with 8 ounces of warm/hot water and gently swish a few times to encourage the paste to dissolve quicker.