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      Mel
      Mel

      the last DIY project you did? What did you need? How did you do it?

    • #59139

      I make my own fabric softener out of hair conditioner, vinegar, hot water and essential oils. I get the cheapest 16oz bottle of conditioner I can find at Walmart and pick out whatever scent smells the best or will go with the essential oils I plan on using. You mix the whole 16 oz. bottle of conditioner (2 cups), 3 cups vinegar and 6 cups of hot water together. Then add 30-40 drops of whatever essential oil or oils you want to use and stir. Then I fill an old detergent jug or gallon milk jug. (I’ve found that using a several smaller jugs works better for filling a fabric softener ball.) To use: add 1/4 to 1/2 a cup to rinse cycle or fill a fabric softener ball and add at start of load. Works just as good as any store bought softeners.

      • #59603

        never knew you could do that. will need to try

      • #72624

        That’s one DIY I’ve never heard of before. Great idea, thanks!

    • #59142
      Mel
      Mel

      Wow! That’s very cool. Thank you for sharing! I just may try that one day. 🙂

      • #59161

        You’re very welcome! Hope it helps, I know I enjoy it and it saves a ton of money!

    • #59667

      nice

    • #60042
      Mel
      Mel

      Any good ideas on these posts are always appreciated.

    • #73480

      wow never knew thr .thx for ideas!!

    • #127829

      kids toys… using toilet paper rolls, pompoms, pipe cleaners

    • #127934

      B J

      The fabric softener sounds great – I never heard of that before. I can’t wait to try it.

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