I'm interested in making liquid hand soap by diluting some Dr. Bronners, but I have two questions after reading some recipes for hand soap. 1 do you have to shake the mixture before each use? Or does the Dr Bronners mix with the water permanently after you shake it well the first time? 2 do you have to use a foaming soap dispenser? I already have a non foaming soap pump that matches my bathroom and kitchen, but I'm not sure if the soap will come out with the right consistency. Thanks in advance for your help!
Re: DrBronners hand soap
I dilute approx 1 part dr Bronners to 4 parts water for a foaming dispenser. Any more soap and the spout gums up. It stays mixed (no shaking needed after you've done it once). And you can use any dispenser, but it might feel thin and watery causing people to use more than necessary.