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This is a discussion on Bulk Dishwashing Liquid within the General Prepper and Survival Talk forums, part of the Survivalist, Prepper, Bushcrafter, Forest Rangers category; I'm speaking from experience with doing the things I've mentioned, not from some advertising hype. How about you?...

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    I'm speaking from experience with doing the things I've mentioned, not from some advertising hype.
    How about you?
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    I keep some liquid soap on hand, for the same reasons you do @Redneck : It's just so darn versatile. Didn't know you could get it in 5's. Thanks.

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    Damn, You guys have a lot of soap, I keep some extra but never considered bottles larger than what I use at the sink.

    I like Dawn, does it store well and does it freeze at temperatures above 15 degrees? My storage area for stuff like that is unheated but never gets below 15.

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    Quote Originally Posted by John Galt View Post
    Damn, You guys have a lot of soap, I keep some extra but never considered bottles larger than what I use at the sink.

    I like Dawn, does it store well and does it freeze at temperatures above 15 degrees? My storage area for stuff like that is unheated but never gets below 15.
    Yes we do, but staying clean is always important but critical during a crisis. Only reason I brought this subject up was to maybe remind folks that this is something one might want to look at stocking up on. In my case, I'll pay a bit extra for the convenience of the bulk containers.

    Can't imagine that liquid soap has an expiration date and when I Google freezing it, the articles state it doesn't freeze. Several articles about pouring it on steps prior to the snow/ice but something about putting soap on steps doesn't sound right to me.
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    Dawn or it's generic brand has many great uses. Because of the type soap it is. Light mix of it kills Boxelder bug better than anything.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Illini Warrior View Post
    same thing for most detergents - Dawn just "donates" more to the environmental groups for the co-op advertising PR ...
    No tell me it's not true, you mean that Ivory would get those poor little ducklings oil free just as well as Dawn, no it can't be so....

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    my sister swear by the "homemade laundry soap", with borax?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Deebo View Post
    my sister swear by the "homemade laundry soap", with borax?
    Borax has been classed as a reproductive toxin by the European Union.

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    as a kid we also took a bar of ivory to the lake or river... since it floats you never lose it....
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    Ok, You guys convinced me to bulk up on the Dawn and other soaps. I went to the store and saw Sasquatch trying on flea collars in the flea and tick section. His neck is so big he had to combine 2 flea collars to reach around; seeing that scared me so I left.

    I ended up buying big bottles of Dawn and other soaps at Home Depot.
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