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I'm making Linen/Air Freshener Spray with the base from AH/RE. It says up to 2% fragrance. Now this is fine I can figure that out, but I'm only making one 4oz spray test bottle with a particular fragrance. So I calculated it as 2% of 1 ounce is .1 ounce, what the heck is .1 ounce? I have pipettes that hold up to 3ml so how many ml's are in .1 ounce? *shudder*

Am I making this way more difficult then it needs to be, seriously I have no Idea what to do. Any help would be very much appreciated!:)

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I'm making Linen/Air Freshener Spray with the base from AH/RE. It says up to 2% fragrance. Now this is fine I can figure that out, but I'm only making one 4oz spray test bottle with a particular fragrance. So I calculated it as 2% of 1 ounce is .1 ounce, what the heck is .1 ounce? I have pipettes that hold up to 3ml so how many ml's are in .1 ounce? *shudder*

Am I making this way more difficult then it needs to be, seriously I have no Idea what to do. Any help would be very much appreciated!:)

2% of (4 ounces) = 2.26796185 grams

Now how helpful that is I don't know...lol

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Oh, awesome! :yay: Thank you Beth...now just out of sheer curiousity how the heck did ya figure that out...lol...just in case I need to do it again. So if my pipette holds 3ml and I have a 2.5 designation on there that should be close enough...right?

I just put in the Google box exactly what I wanted

*google queen*

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