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- April 3, 2007 at 2:05 pm #239938BiggerPiggyBank
I made up some of the soda, vinegar, whatever fabric softener, but did not
like it very well. I have found this works for me. I had saved empty plastic
bottle of fabric softener, as we recycle. I had two empty bottle and bought
one new one. I put a third of the fabric softener into the two empty bottles,
then filled each bottle with vinegar. I use a capful in my dispenser and do
not dilute it. My clothes are very soft, and still have the aroma of the fabric
softener. I think I might get another bottle and then use one-fourth of a
bottle in each one. The last fabric softener I bought two was a cheap bottle
from Aldis. Was less then $2.00 for the bottle. I often just use plain vinegar
in loads of bath towels. I have been using their dry detergent too. And, I
think my clothes are as clean as ever. I think the cost is less than three
cents per load. I tired some of the home made dry, but I think I like this just
as well. I use the dry, as I have arthritis in my hands and sometimes opening
the bottles is hard for me to do. I keep the lids on my fabric softener on
kind of loose.
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