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Old-Fashioned Laundry Soap

(4 customer reviews)


This soap is made the old-fashioned way using lard as the primary ingredient. We add EM (Effective Microorganisms) Ceramic Powder to boost the antimicrobial power. While most natural soaps are super-fatted for gentle skincare, this lard-formulated soap offers more potent cleaning properties, making it ideal for homemade laundry products.

Whether you make homemade powder or liquid detergent, you will love this laundry soap!

Due to the low-suds nature of the product, this soap is suitable for High-Efficiency (HE) washing machines.

Size: 4-oz. bar

Our products do not contain petroleum-based chemicals, parabens, phthalates, or artificial fragrances.


Old-Fashioned Laundry Soap (4 oz.)


  • Saponified Lard from Pastured Pork
  • Coconut Oil
  • EM (Effective Microorganisms) Ceramic Powder
  • Orange Essential Oil
  • Lemon Essential Oil

4 reviews for Old-Fashioned Laundry Soap

  1. Sandra (verified owner)

    I have been using this for my laundry a couple weeks or more it’s the best laundry soap I have ever used!! Love it!

  2. Sandra (verified owner)

    Your laundry soap is my go to laundry soap. Love it! I’m making soap with some kids and would like to know your opinion on using lard from Walmart. I think it’s Armor brand. I’m having trouble finding pastured lard in my area. I would never eat that lard but thought that using it for soap might be ok. Any concerns using this on your skin? Does the lye process negate the hydrogenation of this product?

    • Andrea Fabry

      This is a great question, Sandra! High quality is always advisable, but this might work fine for laundry. For a body product, I might hesitate to use it, but then again it still is probably better than most chemically-laden soaps.

  3. Sandra (verified owner)

    Thanks Andrea

  4. Deborah Gatz

    How does one use this as a laundry soap? Can it be rubbed directly on stains as a way to remove them?

    • Andrea Fabry

      The bar comes with a recipe which involves grating the soap and blending with borax and washing soda. You could definitely use it straight on stains, though.

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