1/4 cup Dr. Bronner's Magic Soap (we used Peppermint at the Workshop, available at Meijer in the natural soap aisle)
1/4 cup brewed Chamomile Tea (we used Tazo Calm Tea, also available at Meijer)
8 drops of Young Living Purification Oil
Start some water to boil for your tea. Use one tea bag for every 2-3 jars, depending on how strong you'd like your wash. Be sure to make enough so you can enjoy a cup of this delicious tea while you work! Steep your tea 5-10 minutes, ensure that there are no tea leaves in the water, and allow to cool before using in the wash.
If your lids are not pre-drilled, use a hand-drill or drill press with a step-drill to create a hole in the center of the lid. Be sure the fit is snug, and there are no burrs on the top side of the lid.
Trim the pump straw to the appropriate length for your jar, ensuring that it is cut on a slight angle so one side of the straw touches the bottom of the jar, but does not form a flat seal.
Secure the collar of the pump to the jar of the lid with two or three dots of glue. A little bit goes a long way, be cautious of the amount of glue you use. Allow to dry completely before inserting lid onto jar.
In your jar(s), add 1/4 cup of Dr. Bronner's soap. If you enjoy another brand or a different scent, feel free to swap. Just look for dilution ratios on the bottle.
Add 1/4 cup of the cooled tea
Add 8 drops of Young Living Purification Oil. If it's too weak, add one extra drop at a time, smelling between drops.
Top the rest off with water, or more tea, depending on how strong you want your mixture.
Replace lid, and "swish" jar to combine ingredients before each use.