Hometalk.com

Hi There Here's how you can get the most out of your home & garden social network: Go home
Backyard Escapes 09.08.14

How to make a Vanilla Air Freshener Spray

I've never much cared for the store bought air freshener sprays. My nose just doesn't like anything real flowery or fruity, or fake smelling for that matter. So I came up with my own homemade Vanilla Air Freshener spray that's a simple combination of vanilla extract and water. And I love it! This works best in a mist bottle rather than a spray bottle so that you get a finer mist sprayed into the air. For the complete recipe, you can click below:
Time: 5 Minutes Difficulty: Easy

To see more: http://www.themakeyourownzone.com/2013/01/diy-vanilla-air-freshener-spray.html

5 Comments Displaying 5 of 5 comments
  • Linda @ Mixed Kreations
    I love the smell of vanilla. bet this smells wonderful. clipping and sharing.
    This comment has been reported and is under admin review.
    This comment was hidden for violating Hometalk's guidelines.
  • Carol hall
    Carol hall Jackson, MI
    I always use the vanilla wax in my melter. Even if you want to burn/melt another scent, it seems vanilla goes with any of them.
    This comment has been reported and is under admin review.
    This comment was hidden for violating Hometalk's guidelines.
  • Bev @ The Make Your Own Zone
    Vanilla is one of my favorite scents too. It's so warm and welcoming.
    This comment has been reported and is under admin review.
    This comment was hidden for violating Hometalk's guidelines.
  • Carol Hammon
    Carol Hammon Baker City, OR
    Vanilla scent makes a lot of rooms smell warm relaxing & more homy feeling
    This comment has been reported and is under admin review.
    This comment was hidden for violating Hometalk's guidelines.
  • Maryann L
    makes me want to make cookies...
    This comment has been reported and is under admin review.
    This comment was hidden for violating Hometalk's guidelines.
Bev @ The Make Your Own Zone

Related Posts

Continue browsing

Join the home and garden knowledge hub. It's free & easy and only takes a second!

Feedback