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Easy Breezy Room Sprays

Easy Breezy Room Sprays

Fragrance Samples!

It is easier than ever to make a room spray or body splash!

It is always nice to have plenty of stocking stuffers on hand but sometimes you only have so much time on hand to makes those stocking stuffers happen. Room and body sprays just happen to be ultra simple to make. I love how I can make 64 or more room sprays in less than 30 minutes. Let me share my little secret!

Remember that using this room spray over hard surface floors may make them slippery. Just keep that in mind and you shall be fine!

Ingredients
Cyclomethicone
Wild Mint & Ivy Fragrance Oil
Equipment
Scale
Microwave Safe Container
Spoons
Pipettes


Recipe:

Recipe in Ounces
1 gallon Cyclomethicone
1 fl oz Wild Mint & Ivy Fragrance Oil
Recipe in Percentages
99.2% Cyclomethicone
0.7% Wild Mint & Ivy Fragrance Oil

Open the gallon of Cyclomethicone. Pour 1 fl oz of Wild Mint & Ivy Fragrance Oil into the Cyclomethicone. Cap the gallon and rock it back and forth, mixing the fragrance into the Cyclomethicone. Open the gallon bottle and fill your little 1 oz or 2 oz bottles with spray heads. Cap the bottles and label. Now you can go stuff a lot of stockings!

Have fun!

Psst! Did you know you can make body sprays using this same method. Just make sure you use a fragrance oil that is compatible with the type of Cyclomethicone you are using. It will save you a lot of grief if you make a small test first.
Taylor

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