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  • Judy Johnson

    DIY Air Freshener- stop using unhealthy air fresheners and start doing your own easy to make diy room air freshener recipe! 1/4 c baking soda and 8 drops essential oil. Put in small mason jar. Poke holes in lid. Shake from time to time. www.oursunnyvilla.com

  • kat jenki

    DIY room air freshener. Baking soda + 8 drops of an essential oil of your choice. So easy! #domestic #clean #essentialoils

  • Tara Linton Hageman

    DIY Room Air Freshner - just baking soda & essential oil. So much better than all the chemical air fresheners!

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