Scentsy Hack: Fabric Spray


Something that I use regularly is fabric spray.  I use to refresh a pair of jeans or a sweater.  Simply spray on and throw into the dryer to give anything a little lift.  Sadly, it is also one of the things that Scentsy does not make.

I haven’t bought a market fabric spray, like Fabreze, in years; instead I make my own using Scentsy Washer Whiffs, baking soda, and water.  Now that I have easy access to all the lovely Scentsy smells I can make some awesome smelling fabric sprays.

Just take a spray bottle, I got mine from the dollar store, and follow the recipe below.

In a spray bottle mix the following proportions:

½ tsp Washer Whiffs

¼ tsp baking soda

Fill bottle with water

Pour the Washer Whiffs and baking soda into the spray bottle.  Fill bottle half way with water, put on lid and shake contents.  After mixture settles, fill bottle the remaining amount with water.

You are now ready to make your fabrics refreshed between loads of laundry or to refresh the spot on the couch where your dog lays.  This is the main use of ours 🙂

If you want to try it out you can get some Scentsy Washer Whiffs here and almost everything is 10% off in the month of August.  Feel free to email me or message me on Facebook for more specials.


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