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    Default Natural things to make washing smell nice?

    What can u put in the wash to make the clothes smell nice.. Natural things that arnt full of chemicals?
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    I use ecalytus spray (temoves stains) on my clothes and as a pre wash. They smell lovely.

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    Quote Originally Posted by goosette View Post
    I use ecalytus spray (temoves stains) on my clothes and as a pre wash. They smell lovely.
    Is this sold for washing? Or are u talking about the spray you use in your room when your sick?

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    The Eucalyptus spray that is for spraying in rooms when sick etc, is also touted as a stain remover amongst other things, so I think that's the same one goosette would be talking about.

    I use Eucalyptus in my wash and use Purity to wash all our clothes and they all come smelling out lovely, despite Purity not being perfumed as such.

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    I use 1/3 of the recommended clothes washing detergeant, 1 tsp borax and 1 tblsp bicarb in with the wash load and 1/3 cup of vinegar and 1 drop of lavender oil in the rinse load.

    Remember that everything is a chemical, just some chemicals are less toxic than others.

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    I use eucalyptus oil in my rinse cycle. It smells soooo clean and fresh.

    You can buy it at Coles, in the isle that sells toothpaste and panadol.


 

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