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Making Lampe Berger Fragrance

I used the recommended amounts, 2 oz. of fragrance oil and 16 oz. of 90 percent alcohol. My stone would not even light. What did I do wrong? Did I use too much oil? Or maybe the wrong oil?


By Bluzlvr from Lakewood Ranch, FL


Making Lampe Berger Fragrance

You are suppose to let the wick soak up the oil for a little while first. I don't know if you did that or not. Good luck. (12/18/2009)

By alomagene


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