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    Re: Horrifying Discovery!

    Conversely, they hate vinegar. *I read that, and took a gallon and poured some along the foundation of the house in the area outside the kitchen where I thought carpenter ants were sending in scouts...
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    Re: Musty, mildew accord.

    A German concoction, eh? *I thought it was some weird chemical carrier. *The reviews aren't exactly glowing.

    They said it was originally a medicinal thing. *This made me think of Jaegermeister....
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    Re: suppliers

    PS - Bee Foods had better prices on food-type oils considering quantities. For example, for 15 ml of Anise, the prices were 2.45, 2.36, 6.62, and 7.00. Bee Foods had 30 ml for 3.35.

    Nature's Gift...
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    Re: Homemade fragrance hits and misses

    Eliabund: *Wow. *Yours is exactly the type of PRACTICAL narrative I hoped to find on this forum. *We're both new here (you have 2 posts, I have 6?) but you are obviously NOT new to fragrance blending...
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    Re: Musty, mildew accord.

    Dcampen: I appreciate this topic "Musty, mildew accord." *I checked this out to perhaps learn what I should avoid - ha. *I HATE that smell.

    So it's synthetic Rose, probably synthetic Orange...
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    Re: Literary Inspiration for Fragrance

    Come up with something subtle, partial, or otherwise creative, and you should be A-OK. *(And, if I remember correctly, titles can't be copyrighted, if that gives you any ideas. *Check the Library of...
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    Re: A "winter" accord HELP!

    Smellitnow: *I love the idea "Mace is a good oil to use in wintery blends and it doesnt dominate like clove and allspice." * A little mace in dishes that use clove, cinnamon, etc. ALWAYS gives it a...
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    Re: suppliers

    I'm doing some preliminary shopping for oils I want (I have a few EOs for kitchen use, but now want some for fragrance blending) and my "price table" reveals (so far) that this company has the best...
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    Re: Homemade fragrance hits and misses

    To Flathorn: The soapy quality may be from sage. I ate some dressing in Indiana and my immediate reaction was "this tastes like soap". I realized they had spilled the sage in it. (Well, maybe not;...
  10. Thread: smelling strips

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    Re: smelling strips

    I've read from several sources that cut-up coffee filters work. Any thoughts on this?
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