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My Eos run away when curing, especially the fruity kind. So I was reading, to keep/prolong the EO scent, some use cottonballs to place where soaps are stored. I decided to cover my soaps with cheese cloth as they cure because it would act like a blanket over them. I noticed that the cloth acts better then the cottonballs and picks up and stores the scent in the cloth over a larger area. Since I am a creature of habit, I stick to the same soaps, so what I will do is store the cloths in bags labeled with whatever scent it was on and reuse; however, how cheap is cheese cloth? Will it break my bank? The dollar store has it, but Walmart had a better deal and it was thicker too.:mrgreen:
 

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Which fruits? Citrus EOs are notorious faders, and no amount of covering is going to help. Save those for liquid soap.
 

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Which fruits? Citrus EOs are notorious faders, and no amount of covering is going to help. Save those for liquid soap.
I use Eucalyptus and lemon. Now that I will be be making LS I can use the ones that are pretty and fade.:)
 

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Which fruits? Citrus EOs are notorious faders, and no amount of covering is going to help. Save those for liquid soap.
I met to say flowery.:?
 

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