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  1. #1
    Linda Bossle
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    Default sweet smelling laundry

    A few months agoI switched from using the wonderful smelling fabric softner to just using white vinegar. I love saving the money but really miss the sweet smell. Does anyone know of a way I can have both - cheap and smelly?

     
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  2. #2
    Sarah Long
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    Default sweet smelling laundry

    You could use 1 drop of the scented oil that people use to make candles at home. You can find it in craft stores like Hobby Lobby or online. It is very strong so start out with 1 drop and then go from there depending on how you like it.

     
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  3. #3
    Linda Bossle
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    Default sweet smelling laundry

    I thought of using a drop of scented oils or essential oil but will it do you think it will stain the clothing?

     
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  4. #4
    herberkids3
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    Default sweet smelling laundry

    If it's mixed in with the vinegar, it shouldn't, but keep in mind that

    those oils are a very strong concetrate, and they can be an irritant to

    people with sensitive skin. Use them with caution, and never go with

    anything NOT approved for bath items. For instance, some places sell

    oils made only for scenting things like potpourrie. Never get those.

    They are NOT ok for your skin, hence why they are not marketted as

    additives to bath items.



    Check the soap making section of a local hobby shop or craft shop. The

    scented items back there are better for the skin, and are less

    concentrated. If you use the vinegar in a downy ball, put 1 drop in the

    downy ball the first few times. If you don't notice much of a scent,

    try two, but be cautious on adding too much.



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    it do you think it will stain the clothing?

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  5. #5
    Sarah Long
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    Default sweet smelling laundry

    If you mix it with water or vinegar it won't stain the clothing.

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