"Wash the fellowship off of your hands", is something that I often say to our monkeys. After church, youth group, ballet, martial arts, science center outings, you name it. It's a germy world out there and germs are not welcome here.
Since it seems as if you have to have a chemistry degree to decipher most of the ingredients on the back antibacterial liquid soaps, I decided to take matters into my own hands and make my own liquid soap.
Here is what it entails:
One dispenser full of this soap lasts a little over a week in our high traffic bathrooms. It costs pennies to make each batch. It is necessary to use a foaming-type dispenser because the liquid soap is very thin and can be easily wasted in a regular type of dispenser.
I love this hand soap because it is economical, non-toxic, effective and easy to make.
My monkeys love it because it is foamy and it smells great.