How can you remove the stinky smell from washing machines? A tip for removing the stinky smell from washing machines is to simply add 10 – 15 drops of purify or Melaleuca essential oil on wet wash cloth and wash.
That is ALL you want in the washer and you want to use HOT water/Clean cycle if you have one. You can also add 1 cup of vinegar if you want for additional aid in cleaning the washer.
I did this with Melaleuca and it worked great!
You can also use essential oil to remove the sour smell from clothes too!
It is only $.10 per drop so a great way to save money too! No chemicals and works well!
Commented 7 days ago
What I want to know is why it happens in the first place. I am tired of trying to remove the
odor from the washer that is suppose to save me money but costs more because I am constantly having to buy stuff to clean the dadgum washer??? This is a catch 22 if I ever heard one.
This was posted on FB by Old Moss Women. Kind cool don't you think.
Commented on Jan 04, 2013
Well, when I made mine I began with a huge broken pot and built it up to a point where I could
add some large pieces of bark off of slices from a downed tree. I used those to brace it so that I could add more soil. I continued up to a higher point and added another larger piece of bark and continued to add more soil. They I added the smaller pots always leaving a space around each addition to be able to plant in.
Some folks are finding it better to put a dowel or rod of some sort down the middle to keep things in alignment but I prefer to let things move the way they want to.
All you need are 5 clay pots, paint, epoxy, glue, and a few embellishments to make a pot soldier to guard your front door this holiday season! More pics and detailed info here: http://www.creatingreallyawesomefreethings.c...
Commented on Nov 25, 2012
Oh I love this. Okay, now I am on the lookout for more pots. heheh
Well, I just about have everything I need for my french door green house. The French doors are at my friends house the 2 paneled doors are waiting across the street. I had two loads of
cedar donated to my cause along with an old garden gate frame. I was given 3 pallets and now I am just waiting for a few sunny days in a row to get out there and build it. Oh yea, I had two cast iron sinks given to me too. They are a little smaller then what I wanted, But Hey ! ! ! can't look those gift horses in the mouth
There is a place in Philomath that has old architectural vintage building items. I forget what
street it is on but it is a side street just off of the main street. Philomath isn't that big so if you are ever in that area someone would know. I wish I could say that the cute little sitting area is mine but it is just an idea to make one. I have collected all I need except the labor to dig four post holes for the four by fours. Others say that anchors won't hold with the winds we get here.