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    Bounce Ironing spray

    I haven't been able to find it locally but found it at drugstore.com for 4.99. I ordered 4 plus two large bottle of Lavoris mouth wash[ can't get that around here either] so I didn't have to pay shipping because I spent just under $30.00
    So I should have enough spray for a while.
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    That is great. We do what we gotta do
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    Marilyn......
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      Be sure and let us know how you like it! I've started stocking up on it even though it is readily available near me. I am starting to worry because so many people are having trouble getting it local. I can always go back to Best Press but I truly like the Bounce better!

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        I have been using Bounce since it was first mentioned on here several months back and I like it a lot besides it was cheaper especially at Walmart and works really well. I have made my own and used Best Press but like the Bounce better.
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          I make my own starch from a recipe Blondie posted a while back... I just change the essential oil each time for a different scent. Right now I am using fresh linen, last time it was lavendar...Hubby liked the lavendar better.LOL
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            I tried making starch but it didn't work very well. What's Blondie's recipe and where do you buy essential oils?
            Goodbye Europe! Hello California! Home sweet home.

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              Where did you order it from? I love it but all of a sudden can't find it locally anymore.

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                Originally posted by rebeccas-sewing View Post
                I tried making starch but it didn't work very well. What's Blondie's recipe and where do you buy essential oils?

                Here's a recipe that came to me through our Blondie:

                2 cups distilled water
                6-12 drops essential oil (lavender is nice)
                1/3 cup liquid starch
                2 ounces vodka

                Put into a spray bottle and shake well before each use.

                essential oils can be found by the soap making and candle making supplies in michaels, joanns or acmoore, I also have gotten some from the dollar store.I have lavendar,almond,sea breeze,fresh linen and black cherry
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                  Gotta ask, why distilled water ~vs~ tap?

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                    distilled has the minerals out of it so it doesn't muck up your stream iron
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                      Re: Bounce Ironing spray

                      I ordered mine from drugstore.com
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