Simple hand dishwashing liquid
A simple recipe for a simple hand dishwashing liquid.
- 50 ml fresh tap water
- 40 ml Detergent (SLES) Hx 
- 10ml Betaine (CAPB) Hx 
- 20 drops (± 1 ml) HexaCon 91 
- A few grams of Sodium Chloride 
- 10 drops (± 0.5 ml) Dihydromyrcenol 
- Plastic pipette 1 ml
- HENRI bottle 100 ml
- HENRI valve cap
Mix Detergent, Betaine, HexaCon 91 and Dihydromyrcenol together in the HENRI bottle. Put the valve cap on and shake well. Then add the water. Put the cap back on and shake well again so that everything is mixed.
It may be good right away, but for a more viscous dishwashing detergent you can add some sodium chloride. Shake well after adding and repeat if desired. Do not add too much sodium chloride, then it will not thicken, but it will become thinner again.
The simple hand dishwashing liquid usually has a shelf life of 1 to 2 months.
Feel free to experiment with other scents such as EO Orange Sweet CP. Keep in mind that some may give the food utensils an unsuitable odour. HexaCol (the water-soluble types) can be used to colour the detergent, yellow or orange, for example.