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DIY: Homemade Febreze! ~ from TheFrugalGirls.com {you'll save SO much $$ with this simple little trick!} #diy #febreze #recipe

Febreze is great for keeping your home smelling nice but it is certainly not cheap. Aside from the cost, some air fresheners contain chemicals that you certainly do not want your family being around and certain brands can be harmful to pets. This DIY Febreze is from Life. Family. Love and is a...

DIY Febreeze. An empty spray bottle, 1 1/2 cups water, 1 tablespoon baking soda, 1 to 2 tablespoons of fabric softener. Some say to just fill up the bottle, but I used filled an old Febreeze bottle like pictured, which apparently meant too much water because it wasn't as effective as I was wanting. Added more fabric softener and a little more baking soda and it's just like Febreeze.

Save money by making Febreze at home it's more simple than you think!

I went to Walmart and picked out my favorite scent of liquid fabric softener. I took out an empty spray bottle I had stashed away. Mix up just over 1/8 cup of the fabric softner with 2 tablespoons of baking soda and fill the rest of the bottle with tap water.

Great homemade 'recipes' on this site - cleaners, laundry soap, oxi-clean, fabric softener

Homemade Febreze: What you'll need: 1/8 Cup of fabric softener (I used Downy April Fresh) 2 tablespoons Baking Soda Hot tap water Spray bottle. combine all in bottle, shake well and use! AWESOME!

Homemade Febreze: 1/8 Cup of fabric softener, 2 tablespoons Baking Soda, Hot tap water, Spray bottle. Combine all in bottle, shake well and use! AWESOME!

Homemade febreeze. 2 cups water, 1/4 cup liquid fabric softener and 1 tsp baking soda. Inexpensive and just as good!!

I like to use Febreze on almost everything in my house -- the couch, my husband’s shoes, the cat’s bed, our blankets -- you name it, I’ve probably sprayed Febreze on it. But Febreze costs about $5 at my local grocery store