How to Make Your Own Popat and Laundry Detergent – Part 1

What if you could make your own laundry detergent in your kitchen and save money?

With a little bit of elbow grease, you can make a laundry detergents own your kitchen in one quick step.

You can make any of the products we’re highlighting here, and you can customize your own detergent. 

This article will be updated throughout the week as more items are added to this list. 

Here’s what you’ll need:You’ll need a blender or food processor. 

An oven or grill (we use a high-heat oven) is a must for making this process easy. 

We use a Weber or gas range to heat the ingredients, and we place them in a shallow dish. 

The dish is heated in the microwave and the ingredients are poured into the dish.

When the dish is done, the ingredients will be submerged in the liquid detergent for 20 minutes. 

It’s easy to keep the dish in the fridge. 

You’ll also need an oven rack or large sink, a bowl, and a lid to clean up the detergent once it’s done. 

Once the detergency has been completely submerged in liquid, you’ll want to clean your dishes and towels thoroughly with soap and water. 

Using an electric blender will make this process much quicker.

You’ll want a food processor that will take a standard blender and a food-safe blender, like the ones used in the washing machine. 

Start with a small bowl of detergent and pour it into the bowl. 

When the bowl is filled, put the lid on the food-safety blender and turn the motor to high. 

Pour the mixture into the food processor until it’s all combined. 

Now that the bowl has been filled with the deterging, turn the cycle to low. 

Add the bowl to the microwave. 

Place the bowl on the stove, cover it, and cook for about 30 seconds, until the detergency has absorbed the liquid from the bowl and the bowl starts to bubble. 

Use the lid to pour the deterger into the hot bowl.

This will stop the detergence from absorbing the liquid, but also prevents the bowl from bubbling. 

Set the timer for 30 seconds. 

Stir the deterge mixture into your kitchen utensils and cook in the bowl for another 15 seconds.