Stretch Bath Salts With Baking Soda

Do you love your bath salt, but it is never enough, and it costs too much to continually replace? You can mix your current bath salts with equal amounts of baking soda to give you more and it also softens the water even more for you. After you mix your baking soda with your bath salt, let it sit for a week in an airtight container to absorb the fragrance.


You can also mix it with equal parts of Epsom salts, but I prefer baking soda for the water softening.

By Margo from Fort Polk, LA

May 6, 20090 found this helpful

You can also use Calgon Water Softener. It feels oh-so-silky!

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May 6, 20090 found this helpful

What a great money saving idea!

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