Refresh Any Room With These 5 Natural Ways

The majority of us is constantly battling with musty bathrooms, basements, living rooms, kitchens, and etc., and they are trying to keep them fresh all the time. However, even after so much cleaning, there are some smells that still linger. One of the methods for getting rid of the nasty smells is buying of air sprays, but they are rich in chemicals that stick to the furniture, rugs, and clothes.

Therefore, in today’s article, we are going to show you a few homemade natural remedies which will keep all of your rooms fresh and airy. The best part is that all of the ingredients you need in order to prepare them you have in your own cupboard.

  1. DIY Febreeze

Mix 4 tbsp. of baking soda, ¼ cup of Downy Unstopables , and 1 cup of water and let all of them dissolve for half an hour. Then, pour the mixture in an old spray bottle and spray around your house in order for it to smell heavenly.

  1. Simmer pot

Take 1 pot of water and bring it to boil. Then, add some essential oils or herbs (orange & cinnamon, rosemary & lemon, or grapefruit & lavender). This is a perfect solution for refreshing your kitchen after preparing a big meal.

  1. Gel jars

Take 1 clean jar and put 30 drops of an essential oil. Then, add some food coloring. Mix powder and hot water in order to prepare the gelatin and pour it into the jar. Leave it like that throughout the night and the following day, display it in your home in order to freshen it up.

  1. DIY oil diffusers

All you need to do is to take a few bamboo skewers, an essential oil, and a small vase. Then, put the essential oil in the jar and fill the rest with some baby oil. It will absorb in the bamboo immediately and will make your room smell incredibly fresh.

  1. Baking soda air freshener

Fill a jar with ½ cup of baking soda and add a few drops of an essential oil. Then, put a piece of a paper on the top of the jar and make some holes on the paper. The baking soda is going to absorb all of the bad smells and the essential oil will spread into the room.


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