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Why spend $5+ on a bottle of Febreeze to freshen your home, when you can make it for less than 25cents per bottle??   Its super easy and cheap.   I have used 2 recipes so I posted both for you to try and let me know which one you like!

Scented Febreeze

1. Pour 2 tablespoons of your favorite scented or non-scented ALL NATURAL/eco-friendly fabric softener into a spray bottle (I just used an old Febreeze bottle) – use a funnel for no spillage.   If you want to go with a scented fabric softener, I’d skip step 3 below.

2. Add 2 tablespoons of white vinegar OR baking soda

3. Optional:  Remove the funnel and add six to ten drops of your favorite extract or essential oil – here is where you get to pick the scent you use for the freshening, so make sure you like the smell!

4. Fill the rest of your bottle with warm water to get all the ingredients mixed, and give it a good shake until combined

 

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Upcycled Febreeze Recipe Cost Breakdown:

Upcycled Febreeze – $0.15

Actual Febreeze – $5.99

Total Savings:  $5.84 Each

Thats a savings of over $70 per year if you use 1 bottle per month!  

 

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