Wednesday, March 31, 2021

My Very Best "Bad" Habit

It’s time I let y’all in on a little secret. Actually, it’s one I’ve shared with you plenty of times in the past, so to rephrase that last statement, it’s time I wrote a blog post devoted to this little secret.

Around this time six years ago, my mom introduced me to my very best “bad” habit. In my Easter basket, she stashed a mini container of Tyler Candle’s Glamorous Wash Detergent in the Diva Scent, and now I can’t do laundry without it. While I know doing laundry is certainly not a “bad” habit, the price of this detergent, at the very least, makes it an expensive one and one that I only feel semi-badly about getting many of you hooked on as well. 

Ever since that Easter, I don’t think I’ve started a load of laundry in the washing machine without including some of my Glamorous Wash detergent. According to some friends, it has become my signature scent, and I’m so used to it at this point that I don’t even notice it on my clothes and instead expect them to smell that way. I know the Tyler Candle brand has their detergent in other scents, but I’m not one to mess with a good thing when I have it going so, I’ve yet to stray from the Diva scent. Over time I’ve even added their sachets to some of my dresser drawers and was once even gifted their car fresheners (both of which smell equally as great as the detergent).

 It’s safe to say I’m at the point where this is a habit I don’t plan to break despite the cost. Speaking of which, given that I was in college when this started, it didn’t take me long to figure out how to have my laundry smell like the detergent while making it last longer. I figured if I’m sharing this expensive habit with you, I may as well be kind enough to share how to make it a bit more frugal too. A little goes a long way with the detergent, which works out nicely, allowing it to be combined with an unscented detergent to ensure everything is clean but still smelling how you want it to. I use an average amount (what is recommended on the bottle) of All Free & Clear with one small cap full of Glamorous Wash detergent since a little goes a long way. I’m sure this would have the same effect with other unscented detergent brands, but I’ve only ever used All

By combining the two detergents, I’m able to make one 32 Fl Oz bottle last about six months, meaning that I only need to purchase two bottles a year, turning a bad habit into a not-so-bad one! Now, if only the scent did come in a perfume because I think it goes without saying that I’d have a stash of that as well! 

To shop the products in a variety of sizes and product offerings, I’ve included the links below! I’d love to know if you’re just as obsessed with this detergent as well! 

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