How To Make Your Own Fabric Softener
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Tell me below how you make your own fabric softener and read how others make home made fabric softener from everyday household ingredients.

With a need to save money and also for environmental reasons, more and more people are making their own cleaning and laundry supplies.

However, when you are new to making your own products you can feel a bit nervous about which recipes and uses will actually work or not.

This is your chance to share your knowledge if you have a great recipe for this product, or get some tips of your own to make sure you get the best results possible.



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Use Vinegar & Baking Soda Together
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Downy Ball Use: Dispense Vinegar
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make your own fabric softener

It is becoming more and more popular, it seems, to use a fabric softener recipe to make your own, instead of purchasing commercial fabric softener.

I think there are several reasons for that, including that we are trying to save money, reduce the man-made chemicals that make it into our home, and we want control over the scent that this laundry product has, if any.

If you use a homemade recipe I would love to hear it, and add it to this site.

Further, if you create a scent blend for this product, especially with essential oils, please make sure you tell me which oils you use, and the ratio used since people love to hear these suggestions!

How Do You Make Your Own Fabric Softener?

There are lots of recipes for home made fabric softener floating around out there, especially here on the Internet. Have you used a recipe that worked well for you? If so, please share the recipe and instructions with us here.

In addition, if you have tried to make your own fabric softener, and the recipe you used didn't work as well as you would like it, you can also tell us about that, so we can steer clear of these recipes.

Submitted Home Made Fabric Softener Recipes

Click the links below to see how other make their own fabric softener.

Feel free to comment on any of these submissions to tell us if the recipe worked well for you, or about any other thoughts you have.

Home Made Fabric Softener Recipe Using Common Items In Your Home 
Pamela has shared her home made fabric softener recipe, which uses common items you've already got in your home right now I'd bet. Pamela says: Here's …

Vinegar And Baking Soda Uses For Natural Laundry Fabric Softener 
Douglas has shared how he uses both vinegar and baking soda in his laundry, as natural fabric softener and deodorizer rolled into one. Douglas says: …

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