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I recycle the foaming soap dispensers from bath and body works. I use dr. bronner's castille soap in the old soap dispenser (THE FOAMING TYPE OF DISPENSER) and I dilute the soap with mostly water.... say 1 part soap and six parts water. This is a very economical soap and smells great.

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No, this is not about losing weight. It is about losing germs.

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  • I use to use castille soap as a teenager because old doc said it was good for acene. I'll look for it again. - by WHOAMOMMA
  • Dr. Bronner's can be found at Target near the Burt's Bees in the beauty section. Dr. B was a bit of a nut, so his bottles are covered with text about all sorts of things. - by NKHARRIS329
  • Alexa...these posts are in the "Around The House" category...helpful hints to use around the house...as in housecleaning. - by GRACIE0222
  • I do this with the Dawn Foaming dish liquid bottles. 2 tablespoons of another dish liquid and the rest water and it works the same as the original...and saves about $3 each time. No more than 2 tablespoons dish liquid though or it won't foam. - by GRACIE0222
  • Great Idea. Where do you buy Dr. Bronner's castille soap? I'm not familiar with it. - by COLDWINTER2010
  • ALEXA728
    nice tip, but what does this have to do with losing weight? - by ALEXA728

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