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First this is to know how much you want to work with first; I use a large container leftover from my days when I bought liquid laundry detergent. I will give out two measurements for you to pick from and move forward from there.
What you need:
(2) Large measuring cup
(4) White Vinegar
(5) Warm tap water
(6) Hair conditioner
I use VO5 in the 12.5 oz bottles which can be bought from other stores like Wal-mart for under $1 for each bottle. Choose whatever scent you wish! I used raspberry for this batch but, I normally use either Kiwi or Herbal Escapes. The Tea Blends are over $1 at the stores but, the basics do go for under. Use ibotta and get roughly 25¢ back for purchasing two.
(1) One 12 1/2 oz bottle of hair conditioner (equates to 1 1/2 cups)
(2) 4 1/2 cups warm water
(3) 2 1/4 cups white vinegar
Recipe 2 ~ this is what I use for my big container:
(1) Two 12 1/2 oz bottles of hair conditioner
(2) 9 cups warm water
(3) 4 1/2 cups white vinegar
As for steps: I just dump it all in the container; as you can see I angle the bottle of conditioner on one end and use the funnel on the other opening to pour in the liquids. I do use a bit of hot water in the conditioner bottles to get the last bits out.
** Use 1/4 cup per laundry load **
Any questions or recommendations? Please comment below!