How To Make Your House Smell Good With 20 Easy Hacks

Start by juicing your citrus. Set aside the juice to freeze and use later. Cut the peels up into smaller chunks. Add the citrus peels to your quart-sized jar until it’s about halfway full. You can also add some dried rosemary if you wish.

Heat the vinegar, either on the stove in a saucepan, or in a bowl in the microwave. When your vinegar is hot, pour it over the citrus peels in the jar. Place your lid on your jar, and let the jar sit for 24 hours.

After the 24 hours, strain the vinegar and pour into a small spray bottle. You can clean just about anything and will also keep your home fresh with a citrus scent!

How To Make Scented Vinegar for Cleaning

Sprinkle baking soda on carpets
Baking Soda has natural deodorizing properties and it’s cheap! To keep carpets smelling fresh, especially in high traffic areas like living rooms and hallways, try sprinkling a bit of baking soda and letting it sit for at least 15 minutes. Vacuum as normal and enjoy the clean, odor-free air.

Use Baking Soda on Carpets to get rid of smells

Using Downy for the Toilet
Keep your toilet smelling good using Downy via Country Diaries…

UPDATE: Country Diaries put out a warning not to put detergent in your toilet tank per a plumber… She said to put detergent on cotton balls and place them in the room.

Use Downy To Keep Your Toilet Smelling Good

Tropical Stove Top Potpourri
Love the smell sipping on a tropical cocktail in the Summer? Get the smell all year round with this easy stove top potpourri recipe via The Poor Sophisticate.

Tropical stove top potpourri recipe

DIY Febreze
How To Make DIY Febreze via Pinterest.

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