Make a Laundry Sachet Made with Dry Herbs
Edited by Geraldin Carniyan, Robbi, Lynn
Mothers like me always look for ways to save some money but still be able to maintain the quality that we provide to our families. Maintaining the cleanliness of what our family members wear everyday is one of our areas of expertise.
Everything we need to clean our clothes is at the grocery store, but it shouldn't limit us from finding new ways to freshen up our laundry. Did you know that you can make your own laundry sachets using natural herbs which are very sustainable? This will not only save you money, but will also eliminate harsh chemical ingredients from factory made liquid detergents. This time, you will no longer settle with what the grocery offers you, because you can pick your own herb depending on the scent you like. These are very easy to make and even beginners won't have a hard time.
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What you need
- 1More colors means more choices, so get all the fabric you can possibly recycle. Your sheets will not only smell so good, but they will look so nice as well.
- You can use other herbs, such as rosemary, mint or sage, and pair them with a complementing essential oil.
- If you want to add a few drops of essential oil to your laundry sheets, make sure that you proceed with extra caution because they are flammable.
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