Thieves laundry Soap Hack in 3 easy Steps

Thieves laundry Soap Hack in 3 easy Steps
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I am always looking for ways to not only keep our Homestead as natural and toxin free as I can but also to do it on a budget. Young Living Thieves cleaning products have been a great way to implement safer products in my home. This Thieves Laundry soap Hack is a game changer. Adding essential oils to laundry detergent is a fun way to customize your family’s favorite scent in your clothes.

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Why Thieves Laundry soap?

We LOVE Thieves everything in our home! We use the Thieves Household Cleaner, the Thieves oil for diffusing, the Thieves toothpaste, the Thieves mouth wash, and more. I am in love with the entire Thieves line and this laundry soap is no exception! There are a lot of great DIY Thieves cleaner recipes and this is one of my favorites.

Thieves Laundry Soap is affordable

This easy laundry soap hack gets me way more bang for my buck and will make 64 loads out of each bottle that I make up which comes to about $7.81 per bottle for all natural non toxic laundry soap!

Get your Thieves Products and Essential oils here:

To purchase your Thieves Laundry Soap, go here Simply click on “Shop” and then under “YL exclusive brands” you will find Thieves home. The Thieves Laundry Soap is on the second page in the first row. The Thieves All Purpose cleaner is about 3/4 of the way down the page on the first page. And all of the oils that you will need are under “Essential Oils”

Making your Laundry Soap

You will need:

Step one:

Pour your Thieves laundry soap equally distributed into the three plastic pump bottles, using the funnel.

Step Two:

Add 2 capfuls of Thieves household cleaner to each of the three bottles.

Step Three:

Add 30 drops of Young Living essential oils to each of the three bottles – I use 15 drops of Lavender and 15 drops of Lemongrass.

You are done! Now you have three full bottles of laundry soap! Two-three pumps per load and you are all set! These will last you a long time!

If you try this thieves laundry soap hack, I would love to hear how you like it!

The whole reason I started shopping with Young Living initially was because I fell head over heels in love with the Thieves household cleaner. I knew I had found my forever cleaner. Young Living is a holistic wholesale club where you can get over 600 plant based products for your family delivered to your door!

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31 thoughts on “Thieves laundry Soap Hack in 3 easy Steps”

  • Do you use the whole bottle of laundry soap between the three plastic bottles. Then after oils are in add water to fill bottles

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  • How many ml is your pump bottle? Did you add water? Lastly, 2 pumps is good for 1 washload? I am using a front load washiing machine. Thanks

  • Thank you very much for this laundry hack. I just ordered the Thieves laundry detergent and I will definitely take your advice!

  • Great hack! Could you explain your cost breakdown? If the bottle of detergent costs $29.50, that would be at least $9.83/bottle, not $7.81. Am I missing something? Thanks for the help!!

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  • Is this an old post? The thieves laundry soap wholesales prices is $29.50. I’m curious how you get $7.81 per a bottle if you split into three bottles.

  • I’m assuming you fill up the rest of the bottle after adding the 30 drops of YL oils, with water, correct? Thanks so much!!

    • What are you topping the rest of the bottle with after the essential oils? Is it then filled with water or more laundry soap? The picks show the soap only filling the bottles partially before the oils are added but then the final pic shows them full. That’s why I’m asking. Thanks for the additional info. I can’t wait to make the switch to Thieves!

  • Hello!
    I’ve made a laundry soap using my essential oils, truly the clothes are very clean and they have a pretty good aroma for long time.
    Thanks for sharing this post!!!

  • LOVE this laundry detergent recipe! I am just mixing my second batch. Appreciate the links to purchase the pump bottles – that’s so helpful! I am going to add a few more EO drops because the family is used to a stronger fragrance in their clean clothes. Our clothes smell good but we’ll see if more oil drops adds to the fragrance. Thanks so much!!

  • Thank you so much for this hack.

    -Just a side note: your instructions end at adding the EO and nothing is mentioned about filling the rest with water. I realize that is what needs to happen, but some might not. You may want to update your steps.

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