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  • Monica Torres

    homemade fabric softener..made this last night and used it today...great money saver and it works. I saved a large tide jug with the push spout...perfect. mc

  • Lezlie Sherrin

    Save LOADS of money by making your own fabric softener! 6 cups hot water 3 cups white vinegar 2 cups hair condition in fragrance you prefer...Stir and bottle.

  • Heather Grissom Boswell

    DIY homemade fabric softener recipe and other DIY cleaners like for your granite

  • Christina Aquino

    #diy #fabricsoftener #diyfabricsoftener #homemaker

  • Joan Thomas Brohawn

    Homemade Fabric Softener 2 cups of your favorite scented conditioner 3 cups of white vinegar 6 cups of water hot A container to mix the ingredients and hold the softener in Mix all ingredients together. You can use a pitcher to mix them all together and then just pour it into an empty container. It takes a minute of stirring, but do it until no more conditioner clumps. Don't shake it. Use 1/4 cup per load and it works great!

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