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How can I put fragrance into lamp oil? | Essential Oils

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September 18, 2009

How can I put fragrance into lamp oil?

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  1. This particular site has scents that can be added to lamp oils. http://www.naturesflavors.com/default.php?cPath=88

    If Your Lamp oil contains iso propyl alcohol, you can try this

    You need to use IPA at least 90% anything lower doesn’t work.
    Then you need to obtain either a Fragrance oil or essential oil, uncut, 100% pure.

    The Alcohol can be purchased at Walmart, Walgreens , CVS, ect.

    To the 16 oz. bottle of alcohol add 1&1/2 teaspoon of the oil, scent of your choice. Fill lamp 2/3 and you are ready to go.

    Or try this
    16 ounces 91% isopropyl alcohol

    1/8 ounce DISTILLED water

    1/4 ounce ESSENTIAL oil

    You will find 91% isopropyl alcohol right next to the rubbing alcohol, which is 70%, at your local pharmacy or grocery store. The cost is about $1.25.

    Be sure to use DISTILLED water, not from the faucet. I bought a whole gallon for 65 cents.

    ESSENTIAL oil is best. I’m experimenting with fragrance oils, but so far, essential oil is the best. Essential oil can be hard to find and kind of expensive, but you will get 4-16 ounce bottles of fuel from one small bottle of oil. I can make my oil for less than $2 per 16 ounces. Beats the heck out of $10-15.

    I pour the water and essential oil directly into the alcohol bottle, shake it up and it’s ready to use.

    I do suggest that you label the bottle.

    I’ve seen a lot of recipes that do not include the distilled water, but your lamp will burn cleaner with it.

    Comment by Rosa — September 18, 2009 @ 7:20 pm

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