I have about 2 or 3 cups of ultra concentrated dish soap that in addition to being hard to rinse thoroughly, the scent is so strong I'm afraid it would flavor our food if used to actually wash dishes! I don't want to just throw it away, and our hand soap dispenser in the bathroom is empty, so I searched for a recipe to make hand soap. The ones I saw started with a bar of soap-I used 1 tablespoon of this in its place. I added 1 teaspoon of glycerin and about 20 drops each of lemon and orange essential oil. I mixed it with 6 cups of water and poured it into two dispensers. I still have a quart of it left. Eight tablespoons in a cup-is that right? Or is it 16? Bare minimum I have enough of this to make 768 ounces of soap! That's six gallons! Hmm, might have to see about selling it at the farmer's market...what do you think about that?
Update, as of 9PM the same day. Even with just 1 tablespoon in 6 cups of water it's WAY too strong still. The overwhelming scent isn't diluted or masked. Guess I'll just see if a friend wants the soap!