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    hannahmnana@aol.com
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    Default Tea Tree Oil ?

    Can any one tell me the mixture you use for the tree tee oils on pet smells

    in carpet?

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    debbieT










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    Gypsum Moon
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    Default Tea Tree Oil ?

    At 01:28 AM 12/14/2007, debbieT wrote:


    <blockquote type="cite" class="cite" cite>Can any one tell me the mixture
    you use for the tree tee oils on pet smells

    in carpet?[/quote]

    I don't measure - just a few drops of tea tree to 2 - 3

    cups of water.


    I use it for many things - bug bites, burns, spots

    where I want to remove an odor that white vinegar

    can't get out.


    HTH,

    Cindy in KS



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    Kelly Weyd
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    Default Tea Tree Oil ?

    I use the tea tree oil for a lot of things. But mainly I put a few drops in with my vinegar/water mixture in my spray bottle, and it makes a great all purpose cleaner. I use that mixure when the dog accidentally pees on the carpet. I use it for my kitchen countertops. Tea tree oil has anti-bacterial properties. I have also been known to put it on scrapes or small cuts. It tastes real nasty, but if you put it on a q-tip and swab your throat when you think you are getting a sore throat or cold, it will help knock it out of your system.......I would not recommend ingesting large amounts of it however. And as someone else suggested it's good for avoiding the lice that school children inevitably get. Kelly

    Gypsum Moon <gypsumoon@peoplepc.com> wrote: At 01:28 AM 12/14/2007, debbieT wrote:

    <BLOCKQUOTE class="cite" cite type="cite">Can any one tell me the mixture you use for the tree tee oils on pet smells
    in carpet?
    I don't measure - just a few drops of tea tree to 2 - 3
    cups of water.

    I use it for many things - bug bites, burns, spots
    where I want to remove an odor that white vinegar
    can't get out.

    HTH,
    Cindy in KS <!--End group email
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