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diy air freshner - Pour baking soda into container, about 1/4 full. Pour in 8ish drops of essential oils. You could nail holes into a mason jar lid or cover it with foil and poked some holes. Every once in awhile, go shake it so everything mixes and freshens the stinky smells.
DIY Room Air Freshener - The Burlap Bag baking soda, essential oil, aluminum foil, small mason jar.. tada
The Burlap Bag - Homemade air freshener DIY (baking soda and essential oils)
"DIY Room Air Freshener - The Burlap Bag". Great idea - Baking soda + your favorite essential oil!
This is so easy, #diy long lasting air fresheners using baking soda and essential oils. Play with scents and create a healing therapeutic air freshener.
BIG List of DIY Home Air Fresheners! ~ from TheFrugalGirls.com - you'll love these creative air freshener ideas! #thefrugalgirls
Mix together equal-ish parts baking soda and oil You can choose whatever type of oil you want. Vegetable, canola, olive, sesame, coconut if you’re feeling tropical….
Couldn't be simpler...diy room air freshener...two "ingredients" and most likely what you have in your home now
Throw away those toxic plugins and make these all natural DIY Air Fresheners! With only 3 simple ingredients , they make cute gifts too!!
No Diffuser Required! 5 Room Spritzer Recipes (w/ Free Printable!) • The Prairie Homestead
Homemade air freshener using essential oils ~ for those of us who are scent sensitive and cannot tolerate store bought "room fresheners"
DIY Home Deodorizer! A great alternative to store bought air fresheners!
DIY Jasmine Essential Oil Air Freshener Spray! ~ at TheFrugalGirls.com ~ you'll love this simple homemade air freshener! #essentialoils #thefrugalgirls
how to: make a natural air freshener with essential oils | via hello natural | desertfroth.com #desertfroth
Air freshener using a mason far w/ holes poked in the lid, baking soda and essential oil. Going to try this and try to save on those plug-ins.
Diy car air fresheners as gifts: Cut a cute shape from felt, and add some scented oil, or sew a sachet and fill with lavender