Money saving household tidbit

Do you love those "liquid foam" hand soaps? Then the next time you use up one of them, save the bottle and pump and make your own for about 25 cents! The foam hand soap are appx. 75% water and you generally pay more for them than the regular liquid hand soap.

Next time one is empty, pop off the top, pour in about 1/4 a cup of regular liquid hand soap and drizzle in water until it is almost full. Put the top back on, shake it up and TA DA! Once in awhile you will want to shake the bottle up but, other than that, you are good to go.

If you want, you can also add a tablespoon of the liquid antibacterial hand wash to add extra germ killer.

I also do this with my dish detergent. I saved another one of those foaming hand wash bottles and used the same measurements as above for dish soap. I generally use the dishwasher but, occasionally I will wash a few things by hand and this works out perfectly!

I have been doing this since those foam soaps came out. It is a major money saver!

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