Make Your Own "Poo-Pourri" :-)

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Learn how to make your own Poo-be-Gone bathroom spray that works just as well as its fabled predecessor. Trust me, it works!

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This pre-shave oil leaves your skin so smooth! Not to mention, it so easy to make.

This is my favorite window washing concoction… no squeegeeing or drying required! Just wash, spray, and let Mother Nature take care of the rest!

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Linen Spray: I recently came across a wonderful recipe for homemade linen spray at Hallmark magazine of all places and had to share because it's so simple and customizable. It's also an ideal way to infuse the scent of an endless Summer into your bedroom. Spritz a bit onto your sheets or onto your clothes as you're ironing, or spray it into the air to use it like a room spray.

Seriously, your own #2 spray!!! Gotta love it! Got the real thing for my sister and she says it totally works. LOL

Make your Own Poo-pourri: Small Spritzer Bottle (found in the toiletries isle of supermarket) 15 drops Lemongrass Essential Oil 15 drops Grapefruit Essential Oil 10 drops Bergamot Essential Oil 8 oz water Simply shake and spray onto the water in your toilet bowl BEFORE you pinch a grumpy. The oils will disperse over the water creating a vapor barrier, thus preventing the offending odor.

Clean your microwave. Spray inside of microwave with water, get an ordinary sponge wet and add a couple of drops of lemon essential oil, and zap for two minutes. In comments, other people said they just splash a little fresh or bottled lemon juice into a mug of water, and zap that for a couple of minutes.