Natural Deodorizers Will Keep Your Home Smelling Fresh

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Research suggests that some viruses, bacteria, and fungus cannot survive when essential oils are used. That is why I use essential oils to keep my home smelling fresh with homemade natural deodorizers. Plus, they are inexpensive and last forever.

You can use any essential oil your nose desires. Just put a few drops of your favorite oil into a spray bottle with water and then spray it a few times in the air. Repeat every three or four hours if the odor comes back.

If you aren’t sure which essential oils to use when deodorizing your home, try out some of my recipes:

Natural Deodorizers with Lavander, Lemon and Lemongrass

This recipe cleans and disinfects in seconds, so, if you want a fresh and clean smelling home, give the air a little spritz for instant freshness.

In a spray bottle, add:

– Two cups of water
– Five drops of lavender essential oil
– Five drops of lemon or citrus essential oil
– Five drops of lemongrass essential oil

Give the spray bottle a good shake and it’s done.

Natural Deodorizers with Rosemary, Grapefruit and Peppermint

If you have a tough odor, consider this heavy duty spray. Test out its effectiveness before you get all spray-happy because a little goes a long way.

In a spray bottle, add:

– Two ounces of distilled water
– Twenty drops rosemary essential oil
– Eight drops grapefruit essential oil
– Four drops of peppermint essential oil

Shake bottle before using and lightly spray.

Live Your Life Odor-Free

I went through a lot of stress and agony trying to track down the cause of odor in my home. If the odor isn’t apparent, don’t go through the hassle of smelling every item like I did…just follow my tried-and-true deodorizing tips to achieve the home your nose has always dreamed of.

So don’t tolerate a stinky house – live odor-free and smell the difference.

Image Credits: Natural Deodorizers

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