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Homemade dishwashing liquid

You don't want to use industrial dishwashing liquid anymore but you're not a fan of the Marseille soap cube?
I have the solution for you, a washing-up product made from ecological, biodegradable and environmentally friendly products.

A simple, quick, economical and effective recipe!


  • A container


  • 50 g of Marseille soap in shavings
  • 1 liter of water
  • 1 case of baking soda
  • 1 case of soda crystals
  • 2 boxes of black soap


Bring the water to a boil and during this time grate a cube of real Marseille soap like the one in my e-shop.

Pour the Marseille soap shavings into the water and melt them completely. Leave to cool then add the powders and black soap. Stir, it's ready!

This recipe makes about 750 ml of product.

If the consistency is too pasty add water. Shake before use.


Real Marseille soap and black soap will have a cleaning and degreasing action. Always opt for a real Marseille soap to avoid the added glycerin, which gives a greasy film on the dishes and clogs the pipes.

The baking soda neutralizes the limestone for a better efficiency of the cleaning product. It helps dissolve organic deposits on dishes.

Soda crystals are a powerful degreaser. They give shine to glasses, plates and dishes.

My Hummingbird Tips

Opt for sponges and brushes made of biodegradable vegetable fibers such as loofah, a dried gourd perfect as an alternative to synthetic sponge. The coconut brush for scrubbing without scratching and the tampico brush for washing without getting your hands wet. They are available on my e-shop with also the real Marseille soap.

To give even more shine to the dishes, in a basin mix water and white vinegar. Pass the dishes through in the last rinse water. This will remove the last residues.

To your food my hummingbirds ;)


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  • Céline

    Bonjour , deux jours que j’essaie et le résultat final reste le même, epaie et visqueux. Alors que je rajoute un peu d’eau et j’ai acheter des copeaux de savon de Marseille naturelle 100% bio , ça m’embête de devoir jeter cela. Pouvez vous m’aidez s’il vous plaît

  • Marie

    J’utilise cette recette, mais je me confronte à un souci, on est obligé de secouer le bidon avant chaque utilisation sinon ça donne une couche grasse et visqueuse.
    La je suis sur la fin et même en secouant, j’ai le souci 🤔
    Si vous avez une solution pour y remédier, car je me suis bien fait la main sur la fabrication et j’aimerais beaucoup rester sur cette recette 😊

  • Manouille

    Bonjour !
    Merci pour toutes ces recettes naturelles qui on l’air PARFAITES ! :)

    Petite question, ce liquide vaisselle se conserve combien de temps ??

    Bonne journée ! :3

  • Retour O Naturel

    Bonjour @Bonnot,
    J’avais effectivement ce soucis avec la première version mais en modifiant les dosages j’arrive à avoir un liquide.

  • Bonnot

    Bonjour comment faite vous pour qu’il soit liquide?
    Normalement avec cette recette et ces ingrédients, la formule va forcément devenir une pâte et non un liquide

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