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Every Time I Went To His Home, It Smelled Amazing. Then He Shows Me The Cheap DIY Spray She Uses

Every Time I Went To His Home, It Smelled Amazing. Then He Shows Me The Cheap DIY Spray She Uses

The Cheap DIY Spray

Haven of peace after a long day of work, the house is our place of refuge. However, a piping problem, an odor caused by the cooking of a fish, or a tobacco smell can hinder this feeling of comfort. And it goes without saying, that the deodorant products of the trade sometimes only mask this unpleasant odor, which worsens the bad smell of our house.

This trick for an interior that feels good comes from a lady who regularly receives friends. They are always surprised and happy to go home because she uses a homemade product to deodorize her home and leave a delicate smell. Finally, after a lot of requests from her entourage to know her secret, this lady finally reveals her natural trick!

We offer you the natural recipe of an indoor spray allowing you to get rid of stubborn odors and then also find some advice that allow to have a fresh interior and endowed with a pleasant scent.

Some tips for a home that smells good:

Airing daily: It is certainly one of the simplest tricks but one tends to forget, it is to air daily our interior, opening the windows. Opening every day for about 15 minutes helps to easily aerate your home.

Making a potpourri: Aesthetic but also practical, the potpourri is easy to achieve, and allows to leave a good smell in your home. You will only need a few dried slices of lemon, grapefruit and orange. You can also buy rose petals, cinnamon sticks and cloves for a delicate scent. Then put the elements of your choice in a nice basket and the trick is played! To revive the smell, do not hesitate to shake it every day.

Putting coffee grounds in the sink: To avoid unpleasant odors from the pipes, place coffee grounds in your sink and pour boiling water over it. It is an excellent remedy against blocked pipes because it maintains the pipes and deodorizes them.

Put a little lavender in the vacuum cleaner: Lavender is known for its powerful smell and makes you feel relaxed. Therefore, for a pleasant interior, put a small bag filled with lavender strands in the bag of your vacuum cleaner and you will find that with the effect of the heat of the device, a delicate smell will emerge during your household.

Infuse herbs: Simple as "Hello," but often forgotten, this trick helps to gently embalm a piece. Simply infuse aromatic herbs in water, such as thyme, and your piece will feel good.
The natural recipe of the interior spray:
  • Warm water
  • 4 tablespoons baking soda
  • A dozen drops of essential oil of your choice (lavender, lemon, eucalyptus ...)
  • A spray bottle

Mix the ingredients together and leave to stand for a few minutes until the baking soda dissolves. Using a funnel, pour the mixture into the spray bottle and then spray the room or, at some distance, your fabrics, sofas and curtains for a refreshing odor.

You can also use this recipe in a glass jar, simply removing the water to make it a deodorant pot. You only need to mix the baking soda and 10 to 15 drops of essential oil of your choice. Then put the pot in the room you wish to deodorize.
Note that the number of drops of essential oil must be proportional to the baking soda and the size of the piece.

Benefits of ingredients:
Baking soda: Being an effective neutralizer for odors, this ingredient helps deodorize all rooms in your home. Renowned for its antibacterial and antiseptic properties, it has been used for ages for home maintenance.

Lemon essential oil: This essential oil is a powerful antiseptic, and antibacterial that helps to clean the air. It can be used in all household products. However, like any essential oil, be sure to use it sparingly, as active plant concentrate can induce allergies, respiratory problems and severe digestive disorders if ingested in large quantities. Do not exceed the recommended dose.