Soap in the garden? Who would have imagined such a thing happening! However, we’re here to tell you that soap works wonderfully for your gardening needs.
Here are 9 reasons for why soap is a great addition to your garden:
You can do nothing to stop deer from eating your hard work in the vegetable garden. But don’t worry; we have a solution for you: just pick up a bar or cube of our incredibly aromatic soap!
Skewer them and stick them in the ground near the areas where deer congregate; avoid the ones drenched in coconut oil, since they are more expensive and may attract more than simply deer.
Get rid of the snails and slugs
To get rid of slugs and snails, combine vinegar-based salad dressing, spicy sauce, hand soap, and water. Snags can be sprayed with this as they scurry about for food.
Get your houseplants cleaned up!
Even the houseplants in your home require some maintenance and cleaning. If the leaves appear dirty, wash them in a solution of 1/4 teaspoon of soap per 1 litre of water.
Make a lubricant
Rub some soap on the handsaw blade before using it to slice through hardwood more quickly and easily.
Prevent poison ivy stings
Soap is a good cure against poison ivy, but it’s not foolproof. If you happen to get any of this plant’s oil on your skin, make sure to scrub it off with plenty of friction and salt water as soon as possible to avoid a rash.
You can alternatively spray the plant with 1 teaspoon dishwashing solutions mixed in 1 gallon hot water.
Get rid of weeds
In one container, combine hot water, vinegar, and salt. Then, mix in some dish soap for a natural remedy to your weed problems in the garden.
Add 1 teaspoon of natural dish soap to a spray bottle of water for an effective insect repellent. It’s best to spray this concoction in hotspots where they tend to congregate and to do so as often as necessary.
To increase the effectiveness of your repellant
Your bug spray will be much more effective if you mix in some dish soap. It improves the mist’s stickiness and effectiveness, allowing you to quickly rid yourself of those annoying insects.
After each use, gardening equipment should be cleaned so that they are ready for the next season. The combination of soap and hot water is ideal for cleaning because it not only loosens the filth but also prevents it from clinging again.