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Great Tips for a Beautiful Smelling Home

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A great smelling home is a pleasure to live in and visit, usually I would talk about our safe, stylish electric wax warmers but I've just discovered numerous uses for "Washer Whiffs" and now I'm in love with them.

'Washer Whiffs' - what a strange name! But I've just discovered what a nifty product this is. I'm a person who loves great smelling laundry, so I gave it a whirl. It’s pure indulgence; fragrance for your clothes! Add a cap of Washer Whiffs and enhance everything from your towels to your Sunday best with Scentsy Fragrance. When I first used them I kept smelling the washing when no-one was looking!

Even just last night when my daughter had a burst pipe in her unit, she grabbed clothes, linen, anything, to stop the flow and everything was covered in stinking water. So, being Mum, I took her laundry home (in bags) and started washing, however the bags dripped and there was so much stinking water was all over my floor; frankly it was putrid. As I started to clean up, I added half a cap of my Black Raspberry and Vanilla Washer Whiffs to the hot mop water (living on the edge here!) and I was so surprised! The floor smelled great! So, naturally, I did the rest of the house - at 11pm at night. Then I sprinkled some into the cat litter tray (I'm on a roll here)!

I've discovered Washer Whiffs are for MORE than just laundry! Here are a few uses!

  • Add some into your rubbish bin under the garbage bag

  • Sprinkle some into the cat litter

  • place some in small organza bags and hang in your wardrobes and behind the toilet for lasting aroma (good aroma!)

  • Add Washer Whiffs into the water in your mop bucket - Mopping the floor has never smelled so divine. 

  • Mix washer whiffs in with the water in your carpet shampooer or steamer and add a boost of fragrance.. 

  • Add washer whiffs into your vacuum bag.

  • Dissolve 1 tbsp. of Washer Whiffs in 2 cups hot water, put into a spray bottle to make fabric refresher or room spray

    It's 1 item with so many uses and you only need a little bit, it goes a long, long way.

    It would be a pleasure to bring more tips to you in the future.

    Shauna from The Fragrant Boudoir
    Independent Scentsy Consultant