I am looking for a recipe to make car airfresheners, they look like a gel, but they are hard but flexable. It is shaped like a foot and hangs on a string. If any one has a recipe for these I would really love to have one.
Linda from Danville
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By Ralph Bell (Guest Post)04/08/2008
What tpye of paper do they use for Car Air Fresheners that you hang on your rear-view mirror, and where can I buy it?
By Anchalee Sainui11/08/2007
Does the Smelly Jelly will make the cooler of the car air condition look like in the picture attached?
you can buy the beads at www.candlesandsupplies.com or www.bittercreek.com
just add scent and color an lay out on a cookie sheet use a lollipop stick to make the hole an voila .. all done depending on the size of the cookie sheet and cutter you can make up to 25 in 10 minutes
By Quen (Guest Post)01/18/2006
What kind of molds do you use if you want to hang them in the car?
By Elizabeth 05/30/2005
I found this on another website. Haven't tried it, but it seems like you could use cookie cutters to make the shapes you want. I don't know how the gelatin will hold up in a car. White glue is also flexible when it dries. I'm not sure how you could make that work, but maybe it will get your creative juices flowing.
The "Smelly Jelly" Answer
I have a recipe that my daughter gave me. They are inexpensive and fun to make. The name on the recipe was called Gel Air Freshener, but we changed the name to "Smelly Jelly."
2 cups Concentrated Potpourri Liquid
4 envelops Knox gelatin
1 tablespoon salt (to deter molding)
Heat 1 cup potpourri until almost boiling. Remove from heat. Add 4 envelopes Knox Gelatin and 1 tablespoon salt. Stir until dissolved. Add remaining 1 cup potpourri. Pour into clean jars and allow to set. If in a hurry, lightly cover and refrigerate them to speed the process.
I add food coloring if I don't like the color. This can be put in a vase, and as it starts to set, place artificial flowers in the vase. The flowers seem to be real because they have a smell.
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