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We have received numerous questions about our scents, and how they can be used. On these pages we will add Questions and our Answers as they come in. There are many, many ways to use fragrance oils - not just candle and soap making. If you have a Question, or maybe a new way to use our scents, please use the Ask A Question Link

There are many uses for our scenting oils besides candle and soap making. Before we get into those let us give you a word of caution in using our scenting oils, or anyone else's. Do Not use internally. Not For Human, or Animal consumption. Keep out of reach of children or those not able to understand the proper use of scenting oils. Do Not apply directly to skin, although we carry a supply of perfume scents, they are not to be used as perfume and may cause an allergic reaction when rubbed into the skin, or get into the eyes.Oils can stain fabrics and can damage wood, plastic, and painted surfaces. Some fragrances can be irritating to eyes and skin. Sensitivities vary from person to person.






  • Is there a way to use Scent It Scents in my car?

    Deodorize your Car or Truck:
    Make your own car deodorizer by adding a few drops of your favorite scent to a cotton ball and placing in the car ashtray. You can also place a few drops on a small piece of poster board and tuck under the seat. They do sell Dashboard Diffusers that work plugged into your cigarette lighter for scenting your car. You can make your own car air freshener, or refresh the old one with our scents by adding a few drops every now and then.

    Scents recommended for Cars:
    Cinnamon, Nu Car, Pine, Balsam Fir, Country Spice, Cherry, Strawberry, Lavender, Leather, Rain, Jasmine, Apple Jack, Blackberry, Black Cherry, Acacia, Autumn Splendor. Apple Blossom, Orange Peel, Banana, Cinnamon Vanilla, Vanilla, Cinnamon Red Hot, Peppermint, Sandalwood.
    Stay Alert- While driving on long trips the scent of Peppermint is known for its excellent head clearing and stimulating properties.



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