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  • Candice Wise

    Good to remember: 1 Lemon, few rosemary sprigs and 1-2 tsp vanilla - Great home fragrance for spring. Let simmer all day, adding water when needed. Williams Sonoma store smell!

  • Kellee Rossina

    Great alternative to spraying air fresheners loaded w chemicals inside your home: Lemon, rosemary and vanilla home deodorizer - let simmer all day, adding water when needed. Williams Sonoma store smell!

  • R

    Lemon, rosemary and vanilla. Makes your house smell good - let simmer all day, adding water when needed. Williams Sonoma store smell!

  • Veronica Elizondo

    DIY home scent: lemon, rosemary and vanilla home deodorizer - let simmer all day, adding water when needed. (Williams Sonoma store smell!)

  • 107.3TheWAVE Cleveland

    Lemon, rosemary and vanilla home deodorizer - let simmer all day, adding water when needed. Williams Sonoma store smell! #relax #pamper #williamssonoma #DIY #home

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