If you're anything like me you have tons of little brown essential oils lying around. We use oils in this house on a daily basis for everything from cleaning to making baby products to fighting off colds or just making our house smell good.
But that means I have a lot of empty bottles. I never want to just throw them out. Today I wanted to share how to clean those bottles and remove the label for reuse.
What you'll need:
Empty EO bottles
Castile soap (or dish soap and olive oil)
Fill a mason jar with Epsom salt. Remove the stopper from the EO bottle and bury the bottle and stopper in the salt. Seal the mason jar and shake. Let sit for a couple minutes. This will yield amazing smelling bath salt!
Fill a bowl with warm water. Add your castile soap. If you do not have castile soap you can use dish soap and a little olive oil. The oil will help remove the label residue from the EO bottle.
Place the bottles in the bowl and allow to soak for five minutes.
Remove the bottles from the water and peel off the label. That's it! Easy peasy.
You can reuse these bottles by creating your own oil blends. You could replace with a roller ball, spritzer or just replace the stopper for a drop bottle.