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    DIY: Naturaly make your home smell so good

    DIY: Naturaly make your home smell so good

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    Air freshener sprays without all the harsh chemicals!

    BeOilSavvy Newsletter - December 2013

    DIY Air Freshener and how to add scent to wood -

    DIY Air Freshener (How to scent wood) - northstory

    DIY Scented Wax Melts 2 oz Beeswax 2 tablespoons Coconut Oil 20 drops Essential Oils or 1 teaspoon Food Grade Extracts (make your own vanilla extract here) Other inclusions such as dried flowers, spices or coffee beans

    DIY: Scented Wax Melts

    recipes to make 3 simple natural homemade air fresheners 1. lemon air freshener spray 2. vanilla and cloves spray or 3. citrus refrigerator freshener

    3 Homemade Air Fresheners: {Sprays & Citrus Packed} :

    Check out my review of these 3 great Eva Koninckx Rosin Bamboo Ever Bamboo products. Ever Bamboo all natural unscented deodorizers. Shoe deodorizer, boot deodorizer & mini deodorizer charcoal

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    Day 112 – Baby Blue Eucalyptus is a heavily scented grey green/blue foliage with round to heart shaped leaves. It has a long vase life and is easily dried or preserved for even longer life. In both fresh and dried form eucalyptus not only looks stunning, but its leaves may be used as an air freshener and in medicinal teas.

    The Enchanted Petal

    Different ways to use dried lavender. Air freshener: How to do it: Mix together equal parts dried lavender buds and baking soda in a small jar. Shake well. Drop in 20-30 drops lavender essential oil, shaking after every two to three drops. Punch small holes in the top of the jar (or you could leave the top off the jar for extra amazing air deodorizing/freshening).

    Crunchy Gift Ideas: Love ALL the Lavender! | Crunchy Betty

    Healthy Food House After Reading This You Will Never Throw Away The Used Tea Bags Again Posted 4 days ago by admin 279 share You are throwing out used tea bags? After reading this article you will not throw away any used tea bags again. All of us know the healing properties of tea, but not many know that already used teabags can be used in many different ways. 1. Get Rid of The Redness on Your Eyes Put a couple of teabags in cold water and let them soak for 2 minutes. Place them onto your eyelids. Let them stay there for couple of minutes. After you put them away the redness will be gone and your eyes will look fresher and more youthful. after-reading-this-you-will-never-throw-away-the-used-tea-bags-again-featured-image 2. Marinate Meat In order to prevent the meat from getting hard and resilient marinate it with already used teabags. The tea’s aroma will make the meat’s taste richer and it will also make it softer. 3. Clean Your Home Tea can clean dirty mirrors, floors and even linoleum. 4. Freshen Your Clothes And Shoes Store the previously used and dried teabags in the closet in order to make your clothes smell nicer. You can also put one of these bags in each shoe. It will get rid of the unpleasant smell in no time. 5. Mitigate Pain In case you have some wound inside your mouth bite down previously used teabag. The tea’s compounds will relieve the pain and it will increase the healing process. 6. Mitigate Sunburns And Get Rid of Acne

    Use a Tea Bag to Freshen Small Spaces

    A natural air freshener using lemon leaves

    Refined Valley Girl: A Pinterest DIYaries in the Making

    In LOVE with this idea!!! Could simmer pinecones in cinnamon stick water beforehand, let dry and when warmed with the candle will also be an air freshener ♥

    Pinecone Decor | Apartment Therapy

    Here's a wonderful way to scent a room by using a natural air freshener. Go out in Nature and gather some pine cones...add a few drops of your favorite scent, like Cinnamon and place them in a basket...I guarantee you the aroma will be much better than the synthetic scent from store brought ones :)

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    Scented Pine Cones

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    Scented pine cones in a mason jar. Awesome fall air fresheners!

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    MyEssentials Tip #1936 Place an opened box of baking soda OR an open container of activated charcoal behind the toilet to absorb bathroom odors.

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    Tons of ideas to get the old, musty smell out of antique furniture (or to remove smoke odors, etc.). Vodka (!), baking soda, activated charcoal, kitty litter, coffee are just a few of the suggestions.

    Cleaning Smelly Thrift Store Furniture - Makely School for Girls

    Room Deodorizer with Activated Carbon ● PINtober #7

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    The Cheese Thief: Activated Carbon as a Room Deodorizer

    The Cheese Thief: Activated Carbon as a Room Deodorizer

    Easy DIY Linen, Mattress, Bedroom/Room spray, Deodorizer/Germ Fighter recipes IT IS EASY TO MAKE YOUR OWN ROOM & LINEN SPRAYS & THEY DEODORIZE & ARE GERM FIGHTING NATURALLY.

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    Learn how to make this Natural coffee scented candle in my GoodLight Natural Candles review.

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    Cheapest coffee candle ever. All you need is some tealight candles, coffee beans and a nice little pot to put them. And voilá, instant air freshener.

    DIY Coffee Candle Holder

    Easy Odor Control with Homemade Sneaker Sachets. Perfect for boys....:)

    Odor Control Sneaker Sachet | DIY | Suburbia Unwrapped

    DIY Today Online Network: DIY Scented Air Freshener

    DIY Today Online: DIY Scented Air Freshener

    7 DIY Ideas To Make Your Home Smell Amazing without Chemicals

    7 DIY Ideas To Make Your Home Smell Amazing

    smelly shoe trick.

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    Scent can be so important in the home. This Summertime Stove-Top Potpourri sounds soooo heavenly, like a summer tropical paradise ;)

    the poor sophisticate: Summertime Stove-Top Potpourri