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Fabric Softener Makes Febreze

Here’s how: I changed their recipe up a bit to refill my existing 32 oz. Febreze Spray Bottle: 1/8 Cup of Your Favorite Fabric Softener, 2 Tablespoons Baking Soda, Hot Tap Water.  Fill the Bottle to the Top. Shake it up in your spray bottle and you're ready to go and fight those stinky dog odors!

Instructions courtesy of Fake It Frugal.

Here’s how: I changed their recipe up a bit to refill my existing 32 oz. Febreze Spray Bottle: 1/8 Cup of Your Favorite Fabric Softener, 2 Tablespoons Baking Soda, Hot Tap Water.  Fill the Bottle to the Top. Shake it up in your spray bottle and you're ready to go and fight those stinky dog odors!

Instructions courtesy of Fake It Frugal.

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Jeann...

White Vinegar will also clean hard water stains off of dishes. I learned this tip living in Germany since all of my dishes became very chalky. I soaked them in water and 3 parts vinegar for 30 minutes and then gave them a good scrub.

acrog...

Thanks for the tips!

Rosaidam
Those are pretty good tips. I really like how downy fabric softner can make good use for febreeze.
JCTVCBN

 

I've used baking soda and vinegar.

My favorite is # 3 the Lemon Juice to Wash Aluminum Cookware.

JCTVCBN

 

I've used baking soda and vinegar.

My favorite is # 3 the Lemon Juice to Wash Aluminum Cookware.

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