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    How To Make A Calming and Deodorizing Room Spray | Natural DIY Ideas

  • April Stone

    Neat DIY air freshners

  • Motte von Pankratz

    DIY: Deodorizing #room #spray made from #essential #oils #recipe

  • Deborah T

    Homemade Air Freshener -- two essential oil recipes: a Calming Room Spray and a Simply Delightful Air-Freshening Spray (more of a mood booster)

  • Jackie Nilles

    DIY Deodorizing Room Spray: It’s an excellent mood booster! ¾ tsp lavender essential oil 1 tsp sweet orange essential oil ½ tsp lemon essential oil Fill bottle will water, measure in the oils. Tighten lid & shake to blend. Be sure to shake before each use, as the oils will separate from the water.

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