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How to Make Your House Smell Good Naturally

We all desire a great-smelling home, especially if we live in a busy household or have company visiting. The appropriate fragrance may instantly disguise lingering aromas and make a space smell fresher and more welcoming. 

While there are many commercial air fresheners available, many of them include harsh compounds that can be dangerous when inhaled. This is especially concerning if there are little children or pets in the house. 

Fortunately, our authors at Ceilingfansliving have some natural tips for making your home smell wonderful without using chemicals. 



Deodorize the trash

Smelly trash could be causing persistent odors around the house. Remove the offender at its source: Make the trash smell nice. Or, as good as you can. Simply put a few drops of scented aromatic oil to the bottom of your garbage can before lining it with a bag. 

For example, Rochester's favorite aroma for optimizing the garbage can is pine. 

Rochester suggests adding two teaspoons of citric acid, a half cup of water, ten drops of tea tree oil, and 20 drops of pine essential oil in a spray bottle for even more odor-fighting effectiveness. 

After that, spray some of the solution into the bottom of the bin and repeat every time you take out the rubbish before replacing the trash bag.


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Use candles with caution

While candles, diffusers, and fragrance sprays are simple methods to perfume your house, Gardner recommends using them just when you aren't cooking; she warns avoiding burning scented candles while cooking. 

"Save your scented candles for luxurious days at home, rainy days, packing days, and cleaning-out-your-closet days." "If you're entertaining at home, let the delicious smells waft from the kitchen, creating anticipation and excitement," she advises.

Make a potpourri on the stovetop

Simmering warm, spicy herbs on the stovetop is one of the best ways to make your home smell good while adding a bit of seasonal nostalgia. 

Haeley Giambalvo, founder of Design Improvised, likes to stew a pot on low with apple slices, orange peels, cinnamon sticks, and cloves, but you can also experiment with anise, nutmeg, rosemary, vanilla beans, and even cranberries. Here's some more advice on making your own DIY potpourri.


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Make a lavender room spray

Lavender is known for its fresh aroma and calming characteristics, making it an ideal room refresher. Fill a tiny spray bottle with one oz. of distilled water and one oz. of rubbing alcohol before adding 10-20 sprays of lavender essential oil. 

The intensity of the mixture is entirely up to you and is also determined by the size of the bottle. Shake the bottle briskly to ensure that the oils are evenly distributed throughout the mixture.

You can spray it on linen or pillows to help you sleep better at night. When the aroma fades, add more lavender oil as needed. 


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Whether you brew coffee at home or visit a local hotspot (these are the greatest coffee shops in every state), there's no doubting the benefits of daily coffee use. Coffee, in addition to providing us with a daily boost, also serves as a natural homemade air freshener. 

If a room is particularly stinky, scatter bowls of freshly ground coffee throughout the area—be careful to arrange the bowls strategically, such as on top of a floor vent, so that the aroma spreads more quickly throughout the room. 

The flavor of the coffee grounds will mask any undesirable scents.

Make Your Own Linen Spray

Filling your home with fresh linens is a terrific way to make it smell lovely. Linen water is essential for retaining that 'recently washed' smell in your bed linen. To produce linen water, combine 2 tbsp vodka and 2/3 cup distilled water. 

Following that, add 12 to 18 drops of your preferred essential oil - lavender or neroli are excellent choices - and decant into a spray container. 

Then, while ironing, spray a little linen water over the clothing or use the linen water to re-energize fresh sheets from the cabinet.

Activated charcoal can be used to clean the air

Activated charcoal, which is electrically nonpolar and can absorb most common kitchen vapors and gasses, is one of the most effective and inexpensive odor busters in the kitchen. Lee puts a pound of activated charcoal in a porous bag by his kitchen window for a quick remedy in a nasty kitchen. 

You can also place activated charcoal in a few bowls in your kitchen near likely odor sources, such as the garbage disposal or trash.


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