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Lavender Linen Spray

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Lavender Linen Spray costs anywhere from $12 to $20 per bottle, but you can make it in your own kitchen for much less! See the recipe on my blog.
http://www.town-n-country-living.com/how-to-make-lavender-linen-spray.html

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  • Harlee Jenkins
    Harlee Jenkins Charlotte, NC

    I've been making this type of spray for 35+ years and one word of CAUTION to this recipe: IF you are going to use it on clothes when ironing, even on sheets, do a 'test' on light colors...esp on whites or linens, as the brown color from the steeped

    • Town and Country Living

      @Harlee Jenkins, thanks for your helpful input! I've not had the spray stain any fabrics so far. I also buy the more expensive oils. :)

  • Liza
    Liza Cary, NC

    Seems to me this would stain, perhaps using Lavender Essential Oil would be a better choice.

    • Town and Country Living

      @Liza Ramirez, I used a combo of the lavender buds and the essential oil. My blog has the entire recipe. I've not had any problems with staining. :)

  • Deborah Durham
    Deborah Durham Peekskill, NY

    wonderful!!!

  • Carol G
    Carol G Clermont, FL

    Thanks! Sometimes buying online is a lot easier than going store to store.

  • Dawn Dyar
    Dawn Dyar Arab, AL

    I have a HUGE Lavendar plant in my yard, just moved here in May. I've been wondering if I can use it to make my own "stuff." I'm thinking I should be able to dry my own buds? Got to explore this more... Also have Rosemary, don't have a clue. lol

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