Make Your Own Laundry Soap on October 27

Categories: Events
Published on: October 21, 2019

Transition Brockville / 21 October 2019

Would you like to wash your clothes with soap that’s safe for the environment? Well, now you can make your own soap and know just what’s in it.

Transition Brockville is hosting a free workshop on making your own liquid laundry soap, at the Brockville Public Library on Sunday, October 27, 2-4 p.m.

Virginia Glover, a longtime Transition Brockville member, will demonstrate how to make the soap from simple, tried-and-true ingredients. This safe soap won’t harm the environment. It’s effective too – even takes elderberry stain out of white cloth!

All you need to bring is a grater to grate soap, a one-cup measure, and a two-litre plastic jug in which to take home your share of the soap. You will also receive enough ingredients to make your own batch of soap at home.

In addition, the library, Transition’s partner for many years, is providing recipes for some household cleaners, also made from simple, safe ingredients.

Refreshments will be provided; a freewill donation to Transition Brockville is welcome.

To register for this free workshop, participants need to sign up at the library’s circulation desk, or call the library at 613-342-3936, or write to info@transitionbrockville.com.