Uncluttered Kitchen | DIY Dishwasher Soap

Uncluttered kitchen for efficiency and ease and DIY dishwasher soap that does not contain any toxic items both have in common elements that support good health. However, dishwasher soap that I have bought has a smell on the dishes after taking them out of the dishwasher. This has made me wonder, if what I am smelling is toxic or not.

Most importantly, even the products that say they are nontoxic, also say on the side of the box to not ingest this product.

Store-bought Dishwasher Soap Leaves Residue on Dishes

At the end of the drying cycle, the residue has dried onto the dishes. Whatever that residue is, I am ingesting small amounts of it when food or liquid is added to the dish.

Recipe for DIY Healthy Dishwasher Soap

To play it safe, I decided to make my own soap. This certainly works great! No streaks on glasses, cleans, inexpensive and in addition, it can be made in less than 5 minutes.

1 cup baking soda (This is bicarbonate.)

1 cup washing soda (This can be ordered on Amazon and it is carbonate.)

1/2 cup citric acid powder (This can be ordered on Amazon.)

Mix or shake in a large jar the 3 powders together. Add a normal scoop size to your dishwasher load.

Uncluttered Kitchen Design is Balanced for Healthy Calm Work Flow

The even glow from dispersed recessed lights and focused cabinet lighting creates a relaxed environment for food preparation. For example, when one cannot see well, one becomes more tense and stressed because poor light requires greater effort to finish a project.

In addition, an island also adds another open clear surface work flow area, giving greater ease to any production. Clean up takes a lot less time as well. When an area is uncluttered, one doesn’t have to spend a lot of extra time moving things around to wipe down the counter-tops. In conclusion, an environment that offers greater ease, in turn creates a healthier lifestyle.


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