Drawer Sachet?

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To make a drawer sachet, purchase or make potpourri. This will be the filler material that provides the scent. Tiny cloth drawstring bags are reusable and easy to open and close. Fill with the scented material and place in the bottom of the drawer. Change sachets as they lose scent.
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1. Cut a piece of fabric into an 8-inch square. 2. Place ¼ cup of dried herbs into a resealable sandwich baggie. 3. Run the rolling pin over the herbs in the baggie until they
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Women use sachets in the drawers because it's better for you laundry basket and for the laundry self. Sachets in the drawers are not very popular because it cost also a lot of time.
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I can't think of anything that will last a long time. Everything fades with time. your best bet is simple things like cedar chips, cinnamon sticks, whole cloves, the more natural
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In your glass jar, add 2 cups of corn cob pellets and 1 oz of fragrance oil. This is a good ratio to start with and you can adjust it as you like. Place the lid on the jar and shake
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