Home Made Febreeze- Household Recipes

What you need: 1/8 C of liquid fabric softener (ex-Downey or Snuggle) 2 T. baking soda Hot tap water Spray bottle (reuse large empty Febreze bottle) 1. Pour the ingredients into the spray bottle via funnel. 2. Fill within an inch of top with hot tap water and replace sprayer. 3.

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    Default Home Made Febreeze


    What you need:

    1/8 C of liquid fabric softener (ex-Downey or Snuggle)
    2 T. baking soda
    Hot tap water
    Spray bottle (reuse large empty Febreze bottle)

    1. Pour the ingredients into the spray bottle via funnel.
    2. Fill within an inch of top with hot tap water and replace sprayer.
    3. Shake well.

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    Default Re: Home Made Febreeze


    Thanks for sharing! I've heard legend of similar recipes but had yet to actually lay eyes on one. I'll definitely try this, thanks again.
    Just a guy looking for deals.

 

 

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