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  1. #1
    madtricia53
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    Default ISO receipe for the fragrance oil diffusers

    I bought one of those bottles that have the wooden sticks that stick

    in them and diffuse the aroma into the air. It is long dried up and

    would like to make a potion to fill bottle with. Thanks for help tricia








  2. #2
    Tressa Watts
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    Default ISO receipe for the fragrance oil diffusers

    I would love recipes also!!




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    I bought one of those bottles that have the wooden sticks that stick
    in them and diffuse the aroma into the air. It is long dried up and
    would like to make a potion to fill bottle with. Thanks for help tricia



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    Angie Woulfe
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    Default ISO receipe for the fragrance oil diffusers

    check out peakcandle.com they have the directions and all the stuff you need to make it. I use the FO for candles but I have not tried the diffuser stuff yet.


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    I bought one of those bottles that have the wooden sticks that stick
    in them and diffuse the aroma into the air. It is long dried up and
    would like to make a potion to fill bottle with. Thanks for help tricia






  4. #4
    Melissa Fisher
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    Default ISO receipe for the fragrance oil diffusers

    you can use the big bottles of liquid potpourri from the store, or go to a candle supply site, and getthe diffuser base and fragrance oils. The one I go to is Bitter creek candle supply, then go to the air fresheners section. They are a very good company and you can buy wholesale whether or not you make candles as a business. They have a large selection of fragrances and are very true to life, best I've used and I have been making candles professionally for over ten years.

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    Subject: RE: Budget101.com : ISO receipe for the fragrance oil diffusers YES PLEASE!!
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    Date: Friday, July 11, 2008, 2:11 PM


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    I would love recipes also!!




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    To: Budget101_@yahoogro ups.com
    From: madtricia53@ yahoo.com
    Date: Fri, 11 Jul 2008 17:42:20 &#43;0000
    Subject: Budget101.com : ISO receipe for the fragrance oil diffusers




    I bought one of those bottles that have the wooden sticks that stick

    in them and diffuse the aroma into the air. It is long dried up and
    would like to make a potion to fill bottle with. Thanks for help tricia





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