50 Ways to Use a Sachet

We have quite an assortment of sachets available online and in our store.  What is a sachet?  These little super-stars are air fresheners made of corn cob and fragrance oil which pack quite a punch!  They will last approximately 3 months in a vehicle, 5 months in a ventilated area (living room, etc.), and 9 months in a non-ventilated area (drawer, etc.).

But make sure to keep them away from children and pets. Contents are not to be ingested. Caution in placing a scented Sachet on wood, plastic, or painted surfaces as any unabsorbed fragrance may cause damage to surface areas.

Top 50 Ways to Use a Sachet:

Add, hang, or place near:

  1. Shoe boxes or storage, and even stinky tennis shoes!
  2. Socks and lingerie drawers.
  3. In a coat closet to create a welcoming scent.
  4. When storing seasonal clothing.
  5. In storage bins to keep packed items smelling fresh.
  6. A garage, basement or other storage areas.
  7. Where you store your hiking gear or camping supplies.
  8. In the kitchen under sink, above refrigerator, etc.
  9. A vanity drawer or dressing table.
  10. In the bathroom
  11. Under your pillow, mattress, or bed.
  12. In the guest bedroom for a sweet welcome.
  13. In the linen closet.
  14. In the laundry room, or hamper.
  15. In an umbrella stand.
  16. In silk flower arrangements, vases, and centerpieces.
  17. In a basket in living areas.
  18. In hope chest or wardrobe.
  19. In cushions of sofas, chairs, or other seating.
  20. In any musty nook or corner.
  21. Near smoky areas or ashtrays.
  22. Near vents or on radiator
  23. Hang from ceiling fans.
  24. In a home that is “for sale”.
  25. To a vacuum compartment or bag.
  26. In backpacks, gym or golf bag.
  27. A home gym or workout area
  28. Near sweaty sports equipment.
  29. Inside your vehicle or trunk
  30. In luggage
  31. To freshen hotel rooms while traveling.
  32. To vacation homes (and leave behind as a gift!)
  33. Near pet bedding, crates and cat litter box.
  34. Beneath child’s car seat and in a stroller pocket.
  35. In a college or camp care package.
  36. Lockers
  37. A dorm room
  38. In your briefcase.
  39. In home office.
  40. In gift baskets.
  41. Give sachets as teacher or hostess gifts.
  42. Share a sachet as a housewarming gifts.
  43. As pretty present toppers.
  44. Brighten someone’s day by giving them a sachet!
  45. Store with cards and stationery.
  46. Give sachets as wedding and shower favors.
  47. Use as a holiday tree ornament
  48. Give as stocking stuffers.
  49. In your seasonal decor or centerpiece.
  50. in your storage of gift wrap.

Candles and Fire Safety

There are great songs out there about fire, such as Burning Down The House,  The Roof is on Fire, and Fire on the Mountain, but it is certainly nothing to sing about when your home goes up in flames.  To keep it from happening to you, please follow the link:  Candle Fire Safety Guide


 

Repurpose & Reuse Our Candle Jars

Be kind to the earth and repurpose/reuse the lovely candle jar after the candle has been used up. Be sure to remove any excess wax from the jar and then wash with a good degreasing detergent and hot water.  If it is to be used to hold food items, please run it through the dishwasher prior to use. Some ideas include the following:
1. Art Supplies
2. Bath Supplies
3. Beachy Terrarium
4. Candle Holders
5. Candy Jars
6. Christmas Gift Containers
7. Coffee Station Storage
8. Coins Holders
9. Craft Supplies
10. DIY Jar ‘Snow Globe’
11. Fish Bowl
12. Flower Pots
13. Food Storage
14. Glass Jar Photo Frames
15. Hair Care Items
16. Hardware Holders
17. Jar Terrariums
18. Jewelry Storage
19. Kids Summer Job Jar
20. Kitchen Canisters
21. Laundry Supplies
22. Makeup Storage
23. Marbles Storage
24. Office Supplies
25. Pet Supplies
26. Spice Jars
27. Thankfulness Jar
28. Utensil Containers On Buffet
29. Vases
30. So, what ideas do you have?  Email us at info@citrusblossomcandles and share them with us!