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  • Sarah Beth Stallings

    Refill air fresheners diy

  • Kayti

    DIY Scented Plugins: Fill up an old plug in 1/3 essential oil plus 2/3 water

  • Ardella Lough

    DIY Scented Plugins - Get out of here! I'm so trying this tonight, I have one that is totally out & the darn puppy chewed the top off my "Orleans No.9" Home Fragrance Oil just this morning! What a co-winky-dink! :)

  • Linzi Stapel

    DIY Home air freshener

  • Sparkle Flyer

    DIY - Refill air freshners. Remove wick. Fill 1/3 to 1/2 with essential oil. Fill rest of the way with water, leaving room for the wick. Reinsert wick. Plug in!

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