Getting Paler Every Day | Clean Linen

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Getting Paler Every Day - Infused With "Sweater Weather" Scent: Clean Linen 

Long dark nights are the perfect time to light a candle.  What could be better than throwing on a cozy sweater and snuggling up on the couch with a good book.

Clean Linen (New Formulation): Set your laundry on fire--if only in your mind. Crisp cotton scents will fill the air that is so clean that you'll (almost) regret not running a load of whites.

 

  • 100% Natural Soy (Grown and Manufactured in the U.S.)
  • Hand poured by the Malicious Women in Snohomish, WA
  • The Finest Custom Blended Fragrances
  • Braided Cotton with Paper Core Wick (Zinc & Lead Free)
  • No Additives (UV Inhibitors/ binders/ stabilizers or artificial colors)
  • Easy to read, light and water resistant labels
  • 9 oz. Reusable Apothecary (3.75" High X 2.75 DIA) Jar with Strong Metal Lid.
  • Burn Time: Approximately 40 - 50 hours

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 RETURNS 

We are happy to accept returns for a full refund up to 7 days or a store credit up to 14 days. Please reach out by email or phone to begin a return process.    

  • All returned or exchanged items must include the original receipt, not have been worn, have tags attached, and have no stains, smells, or pet hair.  
  • Return window starts 24 hours after order is placed online for IN STORE PICK-UP or the date the order arrives when shipped by us. 
  • You should expect to receive your refund or store credit within four weeks of mailing your return package to Scout and Molly’s.
  • All sales are FINAL on jewelry, clearance items, masks, Nourish Natural Products, weekly deals and special orders.

SHIPPING        

  • We currently only ship to addresses in the United States and are unable to ship to P.O. Boxes.
  • Orders will be shipped out within 2-3 business days from purchase date. 
  • Free store pick-up is available if order is picked up at our location in Brookfield, Wisconsin.