DIY Fresh-Smelling Fabric Softener

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Do you ever happen to repeatedly look for ways to save money?

What if you can enjoy some fun in the process and learn something new at the same time?

When I was pregnant with my first, I had a lot of time on my hands and had just left my teaching job, so I invested plenty time trying new things for my home.

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I have always been obsessed with fragrances, so one of my first DIYs was the fabric softener! There are multiple options out there, but this one turned out to be the best for me and I just love using it to this day! So weather you are here for money saving purposes or just want to try something new and appealing, the following tutorial is for you!

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Do you love DIYs and getting creative? Saving money and smelling divine in the process is super fun! Check out this diy fabric softener and fun making it!

What you’ll need:

6 cups of water

-3 cups of white vinegar

-For fragrance purposes: (optional) One small container of conditioner OR 20 drops of essential oils of your choice

-1 gallon pitcher

-fabric softener container

 

*First Step

Pour the 6 cups of water and 3 cups of vinegar into the 1 gallon pitcher

*Second Step

Pour the fragrance of your choice into the mix. I chose the pitcher because this will make it easy to mix the conditioner so that it does not stay in clumps. (Shaking it in the container would turn the whole mixture into a mass of foam).

  

 

*Lastly,

Wisk the mixture really well until there are no clumps and pour the mixture into your container and store away.

And there you have it! It is now ready to use. Upon every load you wash from now on, use the same amount of fabric softener that you would normally use when applying the store-bought softener.

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What’s your favorite fragrance? Let me know if you have tried, or will try this and how it turns out!

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