Making your home, a positive place  is sometimes as simple as making it smell good but the  commercial air fresheners only provide a temporary solution and are full of chemicals.

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Phthalates are just one example of those chemicals  that are added to plastics in order to increase their flexibility, durability, and longevity and can be a causefor  allergic reactions and asthma attacks.

Some air fresheners contain a high amount of  formaldehyde and he can cause damage to the respiratory tract, skin, and eyes and increase the risk of leukemia, dementia, and reproductive disorders.

So, try this DIY homemade odor suppressing air freshener and keep your home safe and fresh.

HOMEMADE ROOM AIR FRESHENER

You will need:

-Essential oils of your choice (10-20 drops)
-1 clean spray bottle
-1 tbsp. of baking soda
-500 ml of distilled water
-A medium sized glass or stainless steel bowl
-A funnel

How to make it:

First take a bowl and pour the essential oil, add the baking soda .Mix with a fork.
With the funnel transfer the mix to the spray bottle and fill the bottle to the top with water.

How to store and use it:

Keep the mixture in dark, cool place and shake it before every use.
You can spray the mixture on furniture, linens or in the air and enjoy the refreshing smell.

Special thanks to unknownremedy.com and to you for reading …

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