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5 Air Fresheners You Can Make At Home
As much as we enjoy a scented room, store-bought air fresheners don't always cut it. READ: How To Make Your Own Natural Cleaning Products To Clean Almost Anything That scent that's meant to be reminiscent of spring blossoms can sometimes smell entirely different, or worse yet, like nasty chemicals. Change things up by mixing your own using essential oils and baking sodas. Here are five you can try for a fresher smelling home:
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(From bottom left clock-wise: The Prairie Homestead, Life Love and Hiccups, Coordinately Yours, Under Lock and Key)

Coconut Lime Spray

Make this coconut- and lime-scented air freshener with two simple ingredients: baking soda and fragrance. Blogger Sonia Stackhouse created it to get rid of smells around the house, and she promises that it's simple to make and inexpensive as well.
(Life Love Hiccups)

Essential Oils Air Freshener

Essential oils can take a room from stinky to sweet in seconds. Blogger Stephanie Dulgarian combines essential oils with baking soda and water for a simple DIY air freshener. She suggests using vanilla or cinnamon oils for a truly delicious smell.

Summer Citrus Diffuser

Jill Winger from The Prairie Homestead combines four fruit oils to create a summer blend. She recommends doubling the recipe if you're a fan of citrus, and she also suggests using a glass jar so the oils don't break down.
(The Prairie Homestead)

Stove Potpourri

An ode to the holidays, stove potpourri can make your house smell like Christmas. Julie Blanner from Coordinately Yours adds cinnamon and variety of fruits to boiling water to recreate that amazing aroma.
(Coordinately Yours)

Gel Air Freshener

Made with gelatin, this homemade air freshener offers a very different take on DIY. Blogger Tricia McKay suggests adding dried flowers and food coloring for another variation.
(Under Lock and Key)

5 Air Fresheners You Can Make At Home

As much as we enjoy a scented room, store-bought air fresheners don't always cut it. READ: How To Make Your Own Natural Cleaning Products To Clean Almost Anything That scent that's meant to be reminiscent of spring blossoms can sometimes smell entirely different, or worse yet, like nasty chemicals. Change things up by mixing your own using essential oils and baking sodas. Here are five you can try for a fresher smelling home:

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