There's more Fashion Pins to see...
Come take a look at what else is here!
She used Pinterest to step up her style
Join Pinterest to find all the things that inspire you.
Creating an account means you’re okay with Pinterest's Terms of Service and Privacy Policy.
50+
billion Pins
to explore
15
seconds to
sign up (free!)
Visit site
  • Neighborly Michaela

    I've been using homemade Febreeze for a couple of years. I just combine liquid fabric softener and water. No baking soda. Works well, is c...

  • Stephanie loughrey

    DIY: Homemade Febreze

  • Katie Reifschneider

    DIY Febreeze: 1/8 cup fabric softener + 2 Tbs baking soda then fill the rest of the bottle with hot water. Because I hate paying almost $4 for Febreze.

  • Kyler Texeira

    DIY Febreze! It's just pennies per bottle compared to the over $5 bottle that you can buy in a store! -1/8 cup fabric softener -2 Tbs baking soda -Hot Tap Water to fill up the bottle Put fabric softener and baking soda in spray bottle. Fill up the rest with hot water. Use like you would Febreeze.

Related Pins

DIY Febreze *Get more FRUGAL Articles, tips and tricks from Raining Hot Coupons here* 10 Natural Ways To Get Rid Of Ants How To Keep Avocados From Browning 20 Uses for Lemons (Health, Beauty, Cleaning, Eating and More!) How To Use Ice Cubes To Remove Furniture Dents From Carpet 20 Uses for Apple Cider Vinegar (Weight Loss, [...]

Items Needed: ◾1/8 Cup of Fabric Softener ◾2 Tablespoons Baking Soda ◾Hot Water ◾Spray Bottle (I used an empty windex bottle) How-To: ◾Using a funnel, pour the fabric softener & baking soda into your spray bottle. ◾Fill the spray bottle with hot water and shake well.

Wow this is so awesome just $0.15 per bottle! Keep Your Home Smelling Great with This DIY Febreze Recipe

DIY Homemade Febreeze: Add 3 tbsp. Fabric Softener {like your favorite scent of Downy} to empty spray bottle Fill spray bottle with approx. 2 – 3 cups hot water. {depending on size of bottle} Add in 1 tbsp. Baking Soda Mix, and enjoy!! Portions can be adjusted slightly, depending on the size of your spray bottle.

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

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.

How to make Febreze or Febreeze or home freshness spray! I combined two recipes to make this one. #febreze #diy #cleaning

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...

BIG List of Homemade Cleaners and DIY Recipes! ~ from TheFrugalGirls.com {save $$ with these simple tips and tricks!} #diy

Homemade Febreeze recipies