Dish Soap Uses For Making
Homemade Cleaners & Stain Removers

Did you know that there are many dish soap uses for homemade cleaners and stain removers? Whether you use a natural soap or otherwise this common low cost ingredient can clean lots of stuff in your home besides just dishes.

With a need to save money and also for environmental reasons, more and more people are making their own cleaning products. However, when you are new to making your own products you can feel a bit nervous about which recipes and uses will actually work or not. This is your chance to share your knowledge if you have a great tip or use for this product, or get some tips of your own to make sure you get the best results possible.

Here are the uses and recipes utilizing this common ingredient that have been submitted so far. Please note that if you're looking for the greenest ways to clean all of these recipes can use natural soap, such as liquid castile soap, instead of soaps derived from petroleum based products.

I've also separated out the uses into homemade cleaners recipes, from its uses as a stain remover.

Dish Soap Uses For Homemade Cleaners Recipes

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window glass
Glass Cleaner
spray bottle
Upholstery Cleaner Spray
green spray bottle
Green All Purpose Cleaner

homemade soft scrub ingredients
All Purpose Cleaning Paste
spray bottle
Non Toxic Cleaner Recipes
abrasive cleaners with borax ingredients
Borax Soft Scrub
car upholstery
Car Upholstery Cleaner {With Soap Flakes}

homemade car wash soap recipe ingredients
Car Wash Soap
crayon on wall
Removing Crayon From Wall
oil on cardboard on garage floor
Clean Oil Stains From Concrete & Driveways
skunk in grass
Removing Skunk Odor

foaming soap dispenser
Make Foaming Soap
cast iron skillet
Washing Cast Iron Skillet {This Is Controversial}
porcelain stove drip pans
Cleaning Porcelain Stove Drip Pans
homemade shower soap scum cutter recipe
Heated Shower Soap Scum Cutter Recipe

coffee ring in mug
Removing Coffee & Tea Rings In Mugs

Dish Soap Uses For Stain Removal

Below are recipes which use dishwashing liquid as at least one of the ingredients for removing various types of stains.

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blood stain on carpet
Blood From Carpet
chocolate drizzle
Chocolate From Carpet
coffee spill on carpet
Coffee From Carpet

red wine spill on carpet
Red Wine On Carpet
maple syrup
Syrup From Carpet
beer bottles
Beer From Clothing
blood drop on finger
Blood From Fabric

Charcoal From Clothing
melted chocolate
Chocolate From Clothes
applying deodorant
Deodorant From Clothes
grape juice
Grape Juice From Clothes

cooking oil
Food Grease & Oil From Clothes
ice cream cone
Ice Cream From Clothes
ink stains on clothes
Ink From Clothes
Ketchup From Clothes

lipstick on napkin
Lipstick From Clothes
applying makeup
Make Up From Clothes
Mustard From Clothes & Carpet
spray tan sign
Self-Tanning Lotion From Clothes

tea and lemon
Tea From Clothes
blueberry yogurt
Blueberry Yogurt From Quilt
clothes tumbling in dryer
Oily Stains Caused By Dryer
homemade red wine stain remover recipe
Red Wine Stain Remover Recipe

hair dye on hand
Hair Dye From Hands
grass stain on jeans
Grass Stains From Jeans
baby drinking bottle
Pretreat Baby Formula & Spit Up {Multiple Tips}
yellow paint in can
Cleaning Paint From Carpet

homemade carpet stain remover recipe
No Scrub Homemade Carpet Stain Remover Recipe
pretreating stain
Great For General Laundry Pretreating
uses for dawn dish soap
Dawn For Pretreating Laundry
applying hair dye
Hair Dye Removal From Clothes

bike chain
Remove Bicycle Grease From Clothes
Remove Lip Gloss, Balm & Chapstick

Just For Fun Dish Soap Uses

You can also use dish soap in some fun ways, and here's one on the site:

blowing bubbles
Homemade Bubble Solution Recipe

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dish soap uses

Just about everyone has dishwashing liquid in their home, don't they?

Well, soap is soap so this stuff, although sold to us to clean pots and pans and other dishes can just as easily clean other things in our homes too.

What is nice about this cleaning product is that it is typically pretty pH neutral (around 7.0 on the pH scale). This is done to keep your hands from getting too hurt by the soap, but it also has the benefit of making the cleaner very gentle.

There are lots of homemade cleaners recipes out there which use dish soap as one of the ingredients, and I've collected some of them above, but I know there are even more of them out there.

If you whip up your own cleaning concoctions with this type of product please share your recipes with me, so I can learn about even more amazing dish soap uses.

How Do You Use Dish Soap For Cleaning, Laundry Or Stain Removal?

Making and using your own cleaning supplies is becoming quite popular. One of the most common homemade cleaning supplies is dishwashing liquid or soap.

I'd love for you to tell me how you use this common product found in virtually everyone's home for laundry, cleaning or stain removal.

You can also share your recipes for homemade cleaning solutions which feature this common ingredient here.

Submitted Dish Soap Uses For Cleaning, Laundry & Stain Removal

Click the links below to see tips and recipes already submitted for using this common product around your home for cleaning, laundry and/or stain removal.

Feel free to comment on any of these submissions to tell me whether you use dishwashing liquid in a similar way, or about any other thoughts you have.

Homemade Car Wash Soap Recipes 
You can make your own homemade car wash soap with this recipe: Ingredients: 1/2 cup dishwashing liquid 1/2 cup baking soda 1 gallon …

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