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How to…

1 Feb

…make your own Febreze!!

(This blog is dedicated to Erin T., who gave me the idea…)

Approximately 27 oz of Febreze, by Proctor and Gamble, costs between 5 to 7 dollars, according to nextag.com.

http://www.nextag.com/Procter-Gamble-Febreze-Fabric-651192363/prices-html

Approximately 64 oz of Downy costs between 4 and 6 dollars, according to nextag.com.

http://www.nextag.com/Downy-Fabric-Softener-64-60156824/prices-html

Put aside the fact that the following recipe stretches that 64 oz into months of product, and it already makes financial sense to make your own fabric freshener.

Fill the Downy cap full of product. Pour the cap into a 32 oz spray bottle. Fill the rest of the bottle with warm water. Gently shake the product before each use. The product is safe for the same types of fabrics as the Febreze brand.

I am allergic to many scents. The Febreze brand has begun to close my throat and set off a serious attack. The Downy does not affect me. My house has never smelled fresher.

Good luck, and let me know how this works for you!

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6 Responses to “How to…”

  1. Shayne Vanalstin February 3, 2012 at 1:09 pm #

    You’ll find quite a few allergenic fungi that cause allergic reactions in individuals. The Alternaria, Aspergillus, and Cephalosporium are commonly identified fungi that fall under the Fungi Imperfecti group. These, specifically the Alternaria and Caldosporium are far more prevalent outdoors than indoors. They’re widespread during the autumn season, but sometimes they appear in the spring and summer. Indoors, Aspergillus and Penicillium are comparatively persistent throughout the year with little impact from environmental factors.

  2. rebeccawrites78 February 4, 2012 at 1:44 pm #

    An intelligent, informative comment from Shayne – thank you!

  3. rebeccawrites78 February 4, 2012 at 1:48 pm #

    So, any tips on reducing the presence of Aspergillus and Penicillium from my environment, to reduce the allergic reaction?

  4. Cinda Amons February 4, 2012 at 6:49 pm #

    Far more severe allergic reactions could be really serious. They may possibly consist of a sudden drop in blood pressure and/or an anaphylactic reaction resulting in swelling of the bronchial airway making breathing hard.It became essential to be aware in case you had been allergic to penicillin or not so you could instruct any doctors giving you care. This is still a question all doctors ask their patients and keep record of.

  5. Valery Tauber February 5, 2012 at 7:02 pm #

    So what is a gluten-free diet? It’s one in which you eat no food containing wheat, oats, barley or rye in any form whatsoever. It may be tough, but once you start discovering alternatives to grains, you will start feeling better speedily. It’s essential to discover other tasty foods in order to maintain your self away from those which will make you sick.It’s crucial to note that in the event you have been diagnosed with a gluten allergy, it’s quite likely you also are sensitive to dairy products. Milk or dairy allergies are sensitivities to proteins found in cows’ milk. Most cows eat a great deal of grain and perhaps a link can be inferred.

  6. Hilton Divito February 6, 2012 at 10:48 pm #

    Hay fever can make the nose, roof of the mouth, back of the throat, and eyes itch. Itching could start gradually or abruptly. The nose runs, producing a clear watery discharge, and may become stuffed up. In youngsters, the stuffy nose leads to an ear infection. The lining of the nose may turn into swollen and bluish red. The nasal discharge could be examined to see regardless of whether it contains eosinophils which are a sort of white blood cell produced in large numbers throughout an allergic reaction. Skin tests will support to confirm the diagnosis as well as the identity of the allergen.

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