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Place salt in a large ... jar, if desired. Remove after 4-5 weeks and discard. Directions for use: Add 1/2 cup bath salt to hot bath water before bathing.

To make these good smelling bath salts, first measure ... tie the jar with your pretty ribbon. Now you have a really nice present to bless someone with.

Measure 3 cups of Epsom salts into large bowl. ... your favorite perfume. Mix well. Slowly add this liquid mixture to the Epsom salts, stirring until mixed.

Mix soda, citric acid and cornstarch in bowl. Add cologne; mix well. Store in tightly covered clean jar. Use about 2 tablespoons mixture for each bath.

To make these good smelling bath salts, first measure ... tie the jar with your pretty ribbon. Now you have a really nice present to bless someone with.

To make 1 pint of salts, mix the above together. (Double recipe as desired.)

Measure 3 cups of Epsom salts into bowl. In ... to store it in a sealed large container (such as mayonnaise jar) glue lace on top and tie a pretty ribbon.

Put salts into jar and ... Five pounds of salts makes 8 pints bath salts. Good for aches, pains and sore "cloggers" feet; parents too, especially mothers.

Pour 3 cups of epsom salts in a metal ... coloring and some of your favorite perfume. Blend well and slowly add to the salts. Stir until thoroughly mixed.

1. Combine all ingredients. 2. Store in glass jar, tightly covered and labeled. 3. Use 2 to 4 tablespoons in the bath.

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