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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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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

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.

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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