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Homemade Fabric Refresher Spray, Meagen Mackenzie Real Estate, Okotoks Real Estate, Homes for sale in Okotoks


Keep your home smelling nice for showings with this easy DIY linen spray recipe.

 

In the winter months, our windows are sealed shut as we try to escape from the cold. But even in the warm weather our homes can take on all kinds of different smells - pets and cooking being the main ones.

 

Our furniture, curtains, towels and basically all the linens and fabrics in our homes will take on the same smells.

 

An easy way to freshen up our linens and fabrics is to mist them lightly with a fabric refresher spray.

 

I'm sure you've seen the commercials on TV with the real estate agent who uses Febreeze on her clients couches just before her open houses.

 

While the concept is right, I prefer to use a fabric spray that doesn't have a pile of ingredients that I'm not sure about. Plus, if you have pets or children, you may perhaps use a refresher spray a lot. So why not save some money and make your own?

 

This week's tidbit shows you how to make your own homemade fabric refresher spray right in your kitchen using simple ingredients you probably have in your pantry.

 

 

I'd love to hear how you like the recipe and if you came up with a different variation - perhaps you prefer a different essential oil scent or a combination of oils. Be sure to leave a comment below.

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