I hate the air fresheners you buy in stores. Granted, some smell really good for for like a day, but really all you’re doing is breathing in things you shouldn’t. I’ve read a lot about it because I like candles or anything that keeps a room smelling fresh. I don’t know if that’s all true, and I’m certainly not trying to freak anyone out, but I’m not willing to take chances. That’s why I always make my own.
Today, lemongrass was my scent of choice. It’s made with a few ingredients and you probably have at least one of those in your kitchen right now.
Interested in making your own? Keep reading.
Homemade air freshener supplies
- essential oil
- baking soda
- ribbon (not pictured)
- square piece of fabric (not pictured)
I used an old sampling glass but you can use whatever jar you have available.
Step 1: freshen up with baking soda
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