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How to Make Bath Bombs Without Citric Acid

Bath bombs provide a luxurious addition to the bath, and making them is simple enough that your kids can help. Most bath bombs contain citric acid, which can be hard to find when making them at home. But a common cooking ingredient found in your kitchen or in the baking aisle of most any grocery store offers the alternative for your homemade...

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from eHow

How to Substitute for Citric Acid in a Recipe

How to Substitute for Citric Acid in a Recipe | eHow

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from LIVESTRONG.COM

How to Substitute Lemon Juice for Citric Acid

In the sometimes bewildering worlds of canning and cooking, citric acid stands out with an undeserved reputation as a vaguely threatening product. In truth...

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White Tea Coconut Oil Bath Bomb by ©Bakingdom

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from Our Best Bites

Fizzy Peppermint Bath Salts

Super easy fizzy peppermint bath salts from Our Best Bites. Inexpensive, quick, and smell like candy canes. Perfect homemade Christmas gift!

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from Humblebee & Me

Winter Wonderland Bath Bombs

How to Make Winter Wonderland Bath Bombs

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Smart Health Talk Warning: What is Citric Acid? A Hidden GMO? Yes Citric Acid is GMO and so is INSULIN used by diabetics everyday. There's more where that came from too. Overwhelming, and will require tough decisions about if GMOs will be allowed for anything. Things that we are using everyday like citric acid and insulin are difficult to decide unless we look closely at alternatives. As a dietitian it infuriates me when I think how GMOs are giving people diabetes and GMOs are treating them.

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Dishwasher Soap 1 cup Borax 1 cup Washing Soda 1/2 cup Kosher Salt (I used regular table salt and so did the original resource, and it still worked great) 1/2 cup Citric Acid (double this if you have hard water, which I did, I also used Lemishine) Basically, mix it all together in a bucket or container. Use 1 tbsp each load.

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from Practically Functional

Homemade Laundry Soap {Borax Free!} - Practically Functional®

Homemade Borax Free Laundry Soap: Cheaper, non-toxic, and cleans just as well or better than commercial laundry soap!

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Hydrogen peroxide, citric acid, distilled water, lemon essential oil. Alternative to bleach. Use in laundry, toilet bowl cleaning just add baking soda, and general cleaning.

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