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MommyToWesley 1 child; Delaware 3847 posts
10th Dec '12
Quoting Clk:" I use soap nuts for laundry since we cloth diaper, but yeah do use commercial name brand for dishwasher."


I've never known anyone who has done that! Does it work really well? And get stains out too? DH never smells, but his clothes for some reason smell something fierce.

Mama McNeely 2 kids; Bremerton, Washington 5117 posts
10th Dec '12

It would have to work better or the same and smell as good or better if I were to try it.

eKnuckles Due February 13; Florida 3471 posts
10th Dec '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting AllHeCanEat{EBFT}:</b>" Lemon deoderant?!?! Nice. It is also true that, barring meat eating and smoking and alcohol use, most ... [snip!] ... actually will not have an offensive odor. By chance (or not by chance) are you a vegetarian who does not smoke or drink? :)"</blockquote>




Haha i do not smoke or drink or live in an environment that does (though my fil smokes but not around me) but I LOVE MEAT!!

eKnuckles Due February 13; Florida 3471 posts
10th Dec '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting eKnuckles:</b>" <blockquote><b>Quoting AllHeCanEat{EBFT}:</b>" Lemon deoderant?!?! Nice. It is also ... [snip!] ... Haha i do not smoke or drink or live in an environment that does (though my fil smokes but not around me) but I LOVE MEAT!!"</blockquote>




But to add just like regular shampoos and conditioner usually make your hair more oily (or dryer for some people) deodrant makes you sweat and stink more, and is also highly linked to breast cancer because of the aluminum and parabens (<--- sp?) they put in it.