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    Satsuma Air Freshener made at home on the cheap. One of my FAVORITE scents!

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      frugally green: Move Over Glade 'Tis Satsuma season! Don't you just love those easy-to-peel little oranges? We fly through them in our house. Instead of ditching the peels in the compost why don't you used them to make a natural air freshener? Here's what you need:

    • Kris Dean

      Make your own scented air freshener by heating water, cinnamon, and discarded orange peels on the stove.

    • Mandy Klepper

      Boil cinnamon and mandarin orange peels to make your home smell fresh and clean and breathing the orange oil is good for the soul, not hazardous like spray air fresheners.

    • WickedWriter

      Satsuma Air Freshener made at home on the cheap. One of my FAVORITE scents!

    • Cristal Startz

      Move over glade save those orange peels form the cuties the kids eat!

    • Joy Carr

      Inexpensive (and tasty) air freshener for your house.

    • Courtney Williams

      Air freshener using orange peels and cinnamon!

    • Amanda

      frugally green: Move Over Glade

    • Tiffany Johnson

      DIY air freshener

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