How To Get Rid Of House Odors

1. Lemon And Rosemary

Leave your house smelling fresh and clean with this natural room scent. This lemon and rosemary room scent is made with water, lemon, rosemary, and vanilla extract. And there’s no need to buy a new container to put it in — just use a Mason jar.

2. Reed Diffuser

Add fragrance to any room with an easy-to-make reed diffuser. All you’ll need is a glass container with a small opening, rattan reeds, alcohol, almond oil, and essential oil. Choose lavender oil for a fresh, calming scent for a common area or bedroom. Lemon essential oil is perfect for the kitchen.

3. Wardrobe Deodorizer

Wardrobes are home to all kinds of smells – socks; stinky shoes; that dusty old dress you’ve not worn in years.

Go into your kitchen and grab a few tea bags – they can be used as a wardrobe deodorizer. Herbal tea bags work best and something powerful with chai or cloves is ideal. Place them in your wardrobe, preferably hung over the rail. The herbs will absorb bad smells and release gorgeous new ones to release a burst of freshness when you get dressed every morning.

4. Bin Odor Neutralizer

Tacking out the rubbish isn’t a job anyone likes to do – what a stench! We have a great hack to make it much less unpleasant.

Sprinkling bicarbonate of soda or cat litter onto the base of the bin can have a dramatic effect on the way your bin smells. Either of the solutions will work as a bin odor neutralizer by absorbing bad smells and preventing them from escaping out into your lovely, clean home.

5. DIY Candle

There are candles, and then there are candles that make your whole home smell glorious. There’s no need to spend a fortune of freshening your home – great results can be achieved at home using coffee beans a few tea lights.

Fill small, shallow glass jars with coffee beans, and place a tea light in the center. You’ll be amazed at how powerful your coffee candle can be!

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