Try these natural remedies to banish household odours and refresh with natural finds!
1. Lemon and Rosemary
Leave your house smelling fresh and clean with this DIY all-natural room scent. This lemon and rosemary room scent is made with water, lemon, rosemary, and vanilla extract. And there's no need to buy a new container to put it in -- just use a Mason jar.
Who doesn't love the smell of lilac in May? You can have your home smelling like a spring breeze with this lilac room spray, which is made with water, vodka, and lilac oil.
3. Rosemary and Lavender Carpet Powder
Freshen your carpets naturally with this rosemary and lavender carpet powder. Just sprinkle the mixture of baking soda, dried rosemary, and lavendar oil on your carpets, let it sit for 15-20 minutes, and vacuum it up for a fresh-smelling room.
4. Spring Simmering Pot Recipes
Simmering pot recipes are a natural way to add fragrance to your home. These premade spring simmering pot recipes are perfect for gift-giving. Or you could make some for yourself to have on hand.
5. DIY Plug-In Refill
Don't throw out your empty plug-in air fresheners. Instead, save some money and reuse the glass plug-in container. All you'll need is some essential oil and water.
6. Cinnamon-Orange Air Freshener
Not a fan of smoky candles? Then this cinnamon-orange air freshener is for you. Made with water-absorbing polymer, cinnamon oil, orange oil, and water, this air freshener will have your house smelling like fall in no time.
7. Cranberry-Orange Stove-Top Potpourri
Pantry items can be used to make all sorts of stove-top potpourris. But this cranberry-orange potpourri with cinnamon, vanilla, nutmeg, and rosemary gives a cozy and warm Christmas scent.
8. DIY Reed Diffuser
Add fragrance to any room with an easy-to-make reed diffuser. All you'll need is a glass container with a small opening, rattan reeds, alcohol, almond oil, and essential oil. Choose lavender oil for a fresh, calming scent for a common area or bedroom. Lemon essential oil is perfect for the kitchen.
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