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Fabric Softener

For a little over a year now I have been making my own Laundry Detergent saving about $125 so far for a great result. Well recently I decided it was time to try my hand at fabric softener. I never buy it because for nearly $100 a year it just was never worth it to me! So I searched and searched around Pinterest and they all seem to be about the same recipe, so I figured why not. It was so fast and easy and smells just like the stuff you buy in the store!

*6 Cups of HOT Water
* 1-16 ounce bottle of conditioner(remember this will be what your softener smells like!)
*3 Cups of Vinegar
*A 1 Gallon Container


Place the conditioner and hot water into your container and mix well. Then add your vinegar and you are DONE!


It made an entire gallon nearly! You simply use just like you would your normal softener but at a price of  about $1.25 for 96 ounces instead of $3-7 depending on your brand.

Comments

Ashley said…
I used to make my own as well, I loved the savings. Now, we don`t use it at all. :-)
Mellissa said…
With many pets I find it helps remove hair
WOW! I've never heard of home made fabric softener!! We make our own dish detergent - this is cool!
Mellissa said…
Dish detergent is my next mission :O)

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