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Old 06-11-2006, 07:49 PM   #1
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Ok, so Ive bought the tea tree oil.. now what do I use it for....Lol

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Old 06-11-2006, 07:57 PM   #2
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I use it for wipes, laundry, and in my vinegar cleaning solution.
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I use TTO for about everything... little in my wipes solution, little in my CD laundry (although not everytime I wash)... it cleaning solutions... in the dishwasher sometimes.
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I use mine in my pail liners to keep the stinkies away. A few times I have added a splash to my wash for freshness.
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how much do I use when I wash my dipies? Do I put it in the wash or rinse cycle?
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Re: Tea Tree Oil

I put a few drops in the rinse with my dipes...my white loads, too, since it's got antibacterial stink-killin' goodness.

I also put some on a cloth wipe and throw it in my diaper pail as a deodorizer.
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Re: Tea Tree Oil

I also use it in the rinse cycle, wipes, and for cleaning. You can put it on a zit too, it's great for that!
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I bought TTO and use it only on my dipes.

About once a month I will add a few drops to the wash cycle.

Here is a link that has a list of uses for it.

http://www.socal.com/artman/publish/printer_450.shtml
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Ooh a zit, really? Hmm. I have to try that!

What do you do for cleaning solutions?
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