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Tips for a Fresh Smelling Home
By Monica Resinger
A fresh smelling home can help lift your spirits and help you feel better
even on rough days. Unfortunately, daily life can leave your home smelling not
so fresh. Fried foods and pets are just a couple of things out of many that
can spoil a fresh smelling home. Here are a few tips to help you rid unwanted
odors and get your home smelling fresh:
~ If it's not too cold outside, open the front and back door of your home to
air out any stale air.
~ Soak a cotton ball with essential or aroma oil, perfume or vanilla and put
it into your clean vacuum bag or canister. When you vacuum, it will release
~ Dab essential or aroma oil onto light bulbs; when they are turned on, the
heat of the bulb will release the aroma.
~ If you have odors from cooking lingering, be sure to clean up the cooking
mess as soon as possible; this will help the odors to dissipate sooner.
~ Candles nowadays can be richly scented. I like the ones in jars because
you can simply remove the lid to release the aroma of the candle rather than
~ Car air fresheners aren't only for cars... hang them from lamp switches,
kitchen cupboard knobs or other hangable places.
I hope these tips help you in getting your home smelling fresh. If you'd
like more tips like these, check out the Creative Odor and Aroma Tips e-book
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