Not sure what to do with a Sachet?

August 28, 2019

Not sure what to do with a Sachet?

Sachets are so fun! (When you know how to use them.)

Sachet

noun, pronounced [sa-shey]

An envelope filled with fragranced vermiculite that diffuses through the paper.

A portable fragrance diffuser.

A pot-pourri bag used to fragrance linens, cars, pillows, and more.

Sachet

noun, pronounced [sa-shey]

An envelope filled with fragranced vermiculite that diffuses through the paper.

A portable fragrance diffuser.

A pot-pourri bag used to fragrance linens, cars, pillows, and more.

Should I open my sachet?
NO. Leave the envelope sealed and fragrance will diffuser through the paper for up to 4 months.

How do I use a sachet?
We recommend placing them with linens, under the seat in your car, or in the lining of your trash can to keep things smelling fresh!

When should I use a sachet?
Every day! Keep a sachet in your purse, in your bathroom, in the kitchen, in your gym bag, or in your closet to keep things smelling fresh.

What's the most important thing to know about sachets?


You're going to love them! Also, there are some surfaces that your sachet shouldn't come into contact with. These are detailed on the back of the envelope. Take a look when you get your sachet!

Noteables: Filled with Sweet Grace fragrance + designed to inspire


Noteables are Sweet Grace scented sachets with a built-in easel on the back! These sachets feature inspirational quotes and designs that can stand up and be placed anywhere!

Featured Sachets

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  • Noteables

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Sample 10 Sachets for $15

Sample 10 Sachets for $15

Scented Sachet FAQ

1. I got 10 sachets in the Sample Kit. What should I do with them?

Great question! You can give 1 to a friend, include 1 with a thank-you note, put one on your bed to make your comforter smell like your new favorite scent, stash one with your shoes in the closet, slide one in with your wrapping paper to make it smell festive, hang one in your closet with a hanger to fragrance your clothes between washes, slide one under the driver's seat in your car, place another one in the pocket of your shotgun seat, place one between your trash bag and your trash can, and keep another one in the bathroom for constant fragrance.

2. How long will my sachet last?

The lifespan of our scented sachets is up to 4 months after the date printed on the back of the envelope, but oftentimes we hear of customers enjoying fragrance from their sachets for much longer! When you can no longer smell the fragrance, you can consider the lifespan of the sachet to be up.

3. Where are these sachets made?

The various ingredients in the sachets and the sachets themselves are 100% made in the USA. We create the fragrances at our headquarters in Spartaburg, SC and we create the sachets here, too!

4. I can't smell my sachet. I want my sachet to be more fragrant.

You can dial up the fragrance emitted through the sachet by giving it a shake or by placing it in the sun. Heat makes the sachet diffuse fragrance faster.

5. Should I open my sachet?

Nope. Keep the envelope sealed and allow fragrance to diffuser through the paper. This is how our sachets are meant to be used. If you open the sachet, the insides will spill everywhere and make a big mess.  






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