The cheap, frugal person that I am- I save all those soap slivers put them in an old Dishwashing bottle with a little water and use to wash. Unfortunately, it doesn’t look good for guests! I also use Dr. Bonner’s Castile Soap- but I have some friends who think (no matter what I say) that soap is only good when it suds! Because of that I have a ‘Green’ soap out (that suds a little) – but now I have the problem of soap slivers!
What can you do with all those soap slivers? If you think about it, they add up to money going down the drain- and it’s bad for the environment. Think about all those chemical additives going down the drain into our water- Yuck!
What Can you do?
- Try checking out Soap Saver Blue– Put your slivers in these handy net bags, exfoliate at the same time. $1.99 at Amazon
- Use ‘Eco Friendly Soaps’ Such as Dr. Bonners – I use this soap and love it! Wash my hair, my hands and have even washed my clothes when traveling using Dr. Bonners. Available also at Amazon Dr. Bronner – Castile Soap Peppermint, 32 fl oz ($2.64-$22.79) This also lasts a long time- probably the cheapest soap on the market!