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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.
AIR FRESHENER: Baking soda naturally absorbs odours, so why not take advantage of that to create simple, inexpensive air fresheners? Here's how: Use a hammer and and a nail to poke holes in the lid of a small canning jar. (The heart is a nice touch, but clearly not necessary) Fill the jar about 1/4 full with baking soda Add 6-8 drops of lavender essential oil Put lid on and place in any spot that could use some freshening. Every once in a while, give the jar a gentle shake ...
Homemade Febreze: What youll need: 1/8 Cup of fabric softener (I used Downy April Fresh) 2 tablespoons Baking Soda Hot tap water Spray bottle (I used my empty 27 oz. Febreze bottle) combine all in bottle, shake well and use! AWESOME!
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.
Homemade febreeze. I will be honest, I was not sure if this would work or not but I gave it a chance. It works! You must shake your bottle up pretty well before each use as the ingredients settle between uses. I love that I can use my fav scents for this. This is probably one of my most favorite homemade cleaning products!!!!