11 Easy Breezy Ways To Make Your Whole Home Smell Nice!


I’m not proud to say that I, sometimes, make hard memories keeping our home smelling nice. Between kids who love sports, my pets, and cooking odors, our home doesn’t always smell clean and fresh like I’d want it to be. I hate the overwhelming, counterfeit smell of store-bought air fresheners and deodorizers, so I’m usually looking for various solutions to beat up the bad odors. Fortunately, there are tons of fast and easy tips you can use to keep your house smelling fresh and clean without using the harsh, toxin-filled products!

1. Baking Soda

Before trying to fill your home with beautiful scents, it’s initially important to get rid of the bad ones. Sprinkle a generous amount of baking soda on your furniture, carpets, window coverings, and so on. Let the baking soda sit for a couple of hours, then vacuum it up. The baking soda will trap the bad smells and kill whatever you’re sprinkling it on.

2. Air-Purifying Plants

There are various family plants that will really cleanse the air all through your home, leaving it cleaner and fresher-smelling. English ivy, insect-plant, aloe vera, and sobbing fig are generally amazing air-purging plants.

3. Potpourri

I recall my grandma using potpourri, I still use it today! Before having guests over, include some water, cinnamon sticks, and dried apple cuts into a pot of water and stew. The smell will drift all through your home, leaving it smelling brilliant. There are such a large number of different variations of potpourri– pick whatever is your top pick!

4. Eucalyptus

Drape a couple of branches of eucalyptus from your shower head. The steam from the hot shower will initiate the eucalyptus, leaving your bathroom (and past) possessing an aroma like a clean, new spa!

5. Garbage Disposal Deodorizers

After some time, a garbage disposal can begin to take on a repulsive smell. In an ice cube plate, fill every compartment with refined vinegar and a bit of lemon skin. Freeze the plate. You can drop a cube into the garbage disposal at whatever point it begins to get stinky.

6. DIY Lavender Spray

I love having a bottle of lavender spray close by. You can make your own utilizing some lavender essential oil, purged water, and baking soda. Spritz the solution on your clothes for a quieting, perfect fragrance in your room.


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