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I love Febreze. Let's face it trying to wash a couch is a hassle. It can drain your budget fast especially when you use it as I do. My Homemade Febreze is how I get away with not having to wash the comforters on the beds as often or shampoo carpets, or wash the curtains but still want the just-washed smell. I'm not the only one right?!
Well if you use Febreze you know it's not cheap. So I went on a hunt to find a way to make my own! This is the best recipe I have found! This homemade Febreeze is simple to make and is MUCH cheaper! I sat down to figure out the price once. You can buy Snuggle online for $4.99 and baking soda for under $1. I figured each bottle cost less than 25¢ to make. Febreze in-store at its lowest is just over $4 a bottle. HUGE savings when you use several bottles a month!
You can customize this recipe with any scent of fabric softener, or get an unscented on and add a few drops of essential oils.
DIY Homemade Febreze Recipe
Are you ready for this super simple money-saving recipe? Get ready to Febreze your entire house!
Previously I had used a Pink Masking Tape to label the bottle, you may see an older photo of it floating around. I get asked about it a lot so here you can get it on amazon —-> Pink Washi Tape.
How to make Your Homemade Febreze
Add 3 tbsp. Fabric Softener, any scent, to an empty spray bottle
Fill a spray bottle with approx. 2 – 3 cups of hot water.
Add in 1 tbsp. Baking Soda
Mix it up well.
Enjoy! I'd love to know what scents you used!
- Fabric Softener
- Baking Soda
- Hot Water
- Empty Spray Bottle
- Add 3 tbsp. Fabric Softener, any scent, to an empty spray bottle
- Fill a spray bottle with approx. 2 – 3 cups of hot water
- Add in 1 tbsp. Baking Soda
- Mix well