Simple DIY Air Fresheners and Deodorizers

Buying constantly air fresheners, scented candles and other similar products for the freshening of your home can be very expensive and also ineffective, considering how fast some products evaporate. Soon after you spray the rooms in your home or hang an air freshener somewhere, the scent disappears without a trace. Well, there is no need to throw away your money any more for useless products. Instead, you can invest them in something better like the ingredients for your homemade and long-lasting air fresheners.

There is a way to freshen up your home without spending a lot of money for expensive products. The DIY air fresheners will be an excellent addition to your set of cleaning supplies which you use for the disinfection and protection of your home. If you don’t like the smell of the chemicals which the store-bought detergents and other products contain, you will certainly need to freshen up the rooms in your home after the performance of the cleaning. You can easily do it by preparing you own air fresheners which will have a stronger smell that will stay in the premises of your home for long are saying from TenancyCleaning SW3.

Simple DIY Air Fresheners and Deodorizers

Here are some easy recipes and ideas for DIY air fresheners:

Make your own scented candle with an orangeFor this simple project you will need a couple of things from the store, including an orange and some kind of oil. Even an olive oil will do the trick, so as you can see you won’t have to spend a lot of money. First, you have to cut the fruit in half and remove everything from it, as you leave the stem that is positioned in the centre of the orange. Through the stem you will be able to light your candle later. When everything is clean, you can pour the oil inside. You will have to leave it for approximately and hour, so that the stem can absorb some of it. Use a candle lighter when you start to light your orange candle and be patient because this might take a few minutes.

Freshen up the air with rosemary and lemonThere is nothing more refreshing than the scent of a lemon or another kind of citrus fruit. That’s why making an air freshener from lemon and rosemary is a great idea. This recipe is incredibly easy to make and will take very little of your time. Just fill a pot with water in which you can slice one lemon and add several springs of rosemary. For even better aroma you can also add vanilla. Then you can leave it all to simmer at the stove, as you add water from time to time.

Add cinnamon sticks to the candlesThe scented candles can be great air fresheners. Unfortunately, most of them can’t provide your home with the strong odour that you expect. If you want to make the scent stronger, you can glue a couple of cinnamon sticks to the sides of your candles. Before you purchase the sticks, make sure that you measure the height of the candle. Then all you have to do is glue every stick to the side of the candle until it is entirely covered. You can put it in a safe place and light it any time you want to freshen up the air in your home.

Baking soda and essential oilThis is probably one of the most popular recipes for homemade air freshener. In case you haven’t tried it yet, now you have the chance to do it. You will need a small jar which will serve as a container for the air freshener. In this jar you can put baking soda (approximately ½ of a cup) and 15 drops of your favourite essential oil. You can cover the jar with a piece of paper or cloth, so that you can preserve the scent for longer.

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Mrs. Hatland is a 30-something married, mom of 7 and the face behind the popular online publication, Motherhood Defined. Known as the Iowa Mom blogger by her local peers and “The Fairy Blogmother” worldwide. She has professional experience in working closely with clients on brand ambassadorships, client outreach services, content creation and creative social media advertising exposure.

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