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  • Shannon Dorris

    Recipes for every kind of home made cleaners...I am going to do this soon. Food andgas cost so much, add cleaning products and we spend almost $200./week.

  • Vickie Baker

    Homemade Fabric Softener in DIY, Frugal Tips, Homemade Cleaners, Recipes

  • coyote kellis

    Homemade Fabric Softener 6 cups HOT water & 2 cups Suave Refreshing Waterfall Conditioner {or other favorite scent}. mix till conditioner dissolves. add 3 cups white vinegar. mix well. use 2 tablespoons in your washers fabric softner dispenser.

  • Leigh Gullett

    Recipes for every kind of home made cleaners - better for you & the environment. Also, save money in the process.

  • Jennie Goins

    DIY fabric softener. The smell wasn't very strong, so I doubled the conditioner. It works just as well as store bought. See my altered recipe below 6 C. hot water 1 1/2 22oz bottle of Sauve conditioner 3 C. white vinegar Mix conditioner & water in container till conditioner is dissolved. Add vinegar and mix well. Use Downy ball or approx 2 tbsp. *I use an old 170oz fabric softener container. Doubled won't fit, so I do about 1cup less water for it to fit. It fills it to the brim!*

  • VickiandJoey Froelich

    Homemade fabric softener recipe= 6 cups hot water+3 cups white vinegar+ 2 cups Suave hair conditioner...(& Yay! I bought lg size Suave conditioner today on clearance for 40 cents!)

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DIY Homemade Fabric Softener Recipe! ~ from TheFrugalGirls.com ~ this is SO simple to make and such a huge money saver! #laundry #cleaners #thefrugalgirls

DIY Homemade Fabric Softener Recipe! ~ from TheFrugalGirls.com ~ it's SO simple to make and such a huge $$-saver! #laundry #cleaners #thefrugalgirls

DIY Homemade Fabric Softener Recipe! ~ from TheFrugalGirls.com ~ this is SO simple to make and such a huge money saver! #laundry #cleaners #thefrugalgirls

FABRIC SOFTENER: 6 cups HOT water 3 cups white vinegar 2 cups Suave Refreshing Waterfall Conditioner {or other favorite scent}.

Recipes for every kind of home made cleaners...better for you and the environment and save lots of money in the process.

www.mobilehomecar... has some info on the types and benefits of water softeners.

Homemade fabric softener - I absolutely LOVE this! Works better than Snuggle, IMO - I did have an extremely faint smell of vinegar in my bath towels (not in the hand towels, washcloths, or any other article of clothing) I used Suave - since you can buy one bottle for a dollar - but really, you maybe save about two dollars....I would still choose this over store bought any day.

Homemade Fabric Softener-3 cups HOT Tap Water 1 cup Conditioner (I used Tropical Coconut from Suave) 1 and 1/2 cups White Vinegar

Purchase a one quart glass bottle of white vinegar, add 25 drops of Lavender essential oil + 1 teaspoon rubbing alcohol (for emulsion). You now have a quart of naturally softening fabric softener! Good for your skin, good for your appliance and good for the planet!

I already use straight vinegar and works great with our hard water. This would add a little scent too!

DIY Fabric Softener- Vinegar- $1.00 at that local dollar store, but we are only using 2/3 cup and the whole bottle is 32 oz (4 cups). This means we are only using about 18 cents of it to make it. Conditioner, bought at the dollar store, and we are using 1/2 the bottle, so 50 cents. Water is