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#1 of 2 Old 03-04-2012, 07:31 AM - Thread Starter
 
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In the bathroom(s) and next to the kitchen sink?

 

I avoid products with parabens, triclosan, phtalates, SLS, etc.  I was using Method for a while but then realized it has SLS.

 

I'm looking for something new. I bought Seventh Generation's soap but DH didn't like the smell of either of them. (One was lavender, the other citrus.)

 

Help!  I'd like to buy soap in a pump or buy pumps and fill them myself.

 

Thanks. :)

 

 

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Dr. Bronner's in the bathroom and dish soap in the kitchen. I bought two bottles of crappy foaming hand soap at the dollar store, dumped their soap, rinsed the bottles, and use what I want in the bottles. I use a ratio of about 1 part soap, 3 or 4 parts water. I use my dish soap in the kitchen one because it works so well to get the kitchen grease off my hands.


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