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    Default Homemade Color Catchers

    I was looking around and found this link to making your own color catchers. Sounds like a great idea.

    Make Your Own Laundry Color Catchers | One Good Thing by Jillee

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    Default Re: Homemade Color Catchers

    Oooh.. Nice. Thanks for sharing.

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    Default Re: Homemade Color Catchers

    That is how I make mine. Which reminds me I need to make some more.

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    Default Re: Homemade Color Catchers

    She says to use washing soda but the photos show a box of baking soda which isn't the same thing.

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    Default Re: Homemade Color Catchers

    Thanks for sharing! Will have to try it out!

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    Default Re: Homemade Color Catchers

    Quote Originally Posted by grannyann View Post
    That is how I make mine. Which reminds me I need to make some more.
    May I ask, do you use soda ash or something different?

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    Default Re: Homemade Color Catchers

    Quote Originally Posted by MayinJerset View Post
    She says to use washing soda but the photos show a box of baking soda which isn't the same thing.
    It is made by arm & hammer and looks like baking soda, if you look on the middle picture you can see the beginning of the word washing. I had the same reaction and had to look at it twice. ;-) I'm going to try this out for sure! Jillee comes up with some great things.
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    Default Re: Homemade Color Catchers

    great find... thanks for this!

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    Default Re: Homemade Color Catchers

    Thank you for sharing, I will have to try them out
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    Default Re: Homemade Color Catchers

    Quote Originally Posted by MayinJerset View Post
    She says to use washing soda but the photos show a box of baking soda which isn't the same thing.
    May, look more closely. That is definitely the washing soda box. It is yellowish and the baking soda box is orangish.

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