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Easy and All Natural Carpet Refresher

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I HATE paying my hard earned money for items like carpet refresher. This recipe has TWO ingredients, is all natural with no toxic chemicals, and works AMAZINGLY well for pennies.
  • easy and all natural carpet refresher, cleaning tips, reupholster
I buy giant bags of baking soda at Costco and use it for lots of my DIY products. Deodorant, bath soaks, dishwasher soap, tooth powder...you name it!
  • easy and all natural carpet refresher, cleaning tips, reupholster
Purification essential oil is a blend of a few oils that work to kill germs and eliminate (not cover up) odors. I use it for my deodorant, to clean cuts and scrapes, to freshen laundry and as a bug repellent. It was the perfect choice to freshen up my rugs and carpets and get rid of any doggy odors and all the germs my kids track through here.
  • easy and all natural carpet refresher, cleaning tips, reupholster
I just drip some oil into the baking soda and use a spoon to break up the pellets that form and get it blended well. Shake it on your carpets and let it sit for a few minutes before vacuuming up and your house will smell clean and fresh. Hop over to the blog post for the exact recipe and for a free printable label you can use for your own jar of carpet refresher!

To see more: http://too-much-time.com/2015/02/natural-green-purifying-carpet-refresher-young-living.html

Got a question about this project?

  • Christina Jones
    Christina Jones Nacogdoches, TX

    My great aunt used to use the generaic baby powder. She let it set over night and vaccum in the moring, but I bet this will be cheaper and work just as well if not better.

  • Ellen H
    Ellen H Hamden, OH

    That's great but I've been told that any powder will eventually destroy your vacuum cleaner

  • Hannah V
    Hannah V Brooklyn, NY

    I have a carpet that is in desperate need for this!

  • Cathy Jerome Knight

    I've tried this, and the oil on the carpet was not a good idea.

    • Sheila Hotchkiss Rowland

      @Cathy Jerome Knight I've used essential oil in Bi carb for years with no probs. You must tir the iol well into the soda and only use a few drops - not the whole bottle.
      PS Bi carb is cheaper than baking soda.

  • Cathy
    Cathy Churubusco, IN

    Not going to ruin my new Dyson but thank-you for the info.

    • Glhill
      Glhill Columbia, SC

      @Cathy I've used powders on my carpets for over 15 yrs with the same vacuum...I do need to get it reconditioned professionally every 2 or 3 yrs but that's a maintenance issue..I have a kirby

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