Give us a review when you use it, Boni. I bet it will be pretty strong with the vinegar and citrus oils. I wonder if it would hurt natural stones. I think I'd better not use it on my new granite, but it will be great for other things.
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I've made deodorant before and have lots and lots of aromatherapy product supplies, but most of the time I just put on a spritz of diluted essential oils (peppermint, parsley, and lemon is my favorite combination for this purpose) and a poof of cornstarch. Same basic idea, but no fun project involved.
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That's the recipe I've decided to try first. I'm worried about some of them because I see a lot of posts about people getting burned by the baking soda, but I'm still excited to try it. If you get to it let me know how it is!
Are there any personal care/household recipes you've tried and found that you really like yet?
Focus on the roses in the vase, not the dust on the table.
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