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Make Your Own Essential Oil Home Air Freshener Sprays

  • Published: 2014-06-05 (Revised/Updated 2015-01-23) : Author: Disabled World : Contact: Disabled World
  • Synopsis: Using essential oils to create great smelling home air freshener mist sprays to remove room odor or add atmosphere.

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To create some great smelling essential oil air fresheners simply add the below recipes to 250ml of water in a spray bottle.

Basic:

250ml distilled water
8 -10 drops essential oils, of your choice

Pet Deodorizer Room Spray

6 drops cedarwood essential oil
3 drops tea tree oil

Relaxation Air Freshener

4 drops lavender oil
3 drops chamomile essential oil

Refreshing Smell

Grapefruit 40 drops
Petitgrain 40 drops
Peppermint 40 drops
Lime 30 drops

Home Sweet Home

20 drops lime
14 drops bergamot
4 drops ylang ylang
2 drops rose

Rosemary and Orange Air Freshener

25 drops Sweet Orange essential oil
5 drops Rosemary essential oil

Apple Pie Spice Smell

6 drops Cinnamon
3 drops Clove
2 drops Nutmeg

Deodorizing Spray

6 drops bergamot essential oil
1 drop eucalyptus essential oil
2 drops lemon essential oil

Country Life

Lavender - 6 drops
Geranium - 2 drops
Roman Chamomile - 1 drop
Rosemary - 3 drops

Mood Lifter Spray

4 drops chamomile essential oil
3 drops orange essential oil
2 drops ylang ylang essential oil

Christmas Scented Air Freshener

6 drops Orange essential oil
3 drops Cinnamon essential oil

Fresh Room Smell

4 drops Chamomile
3 drops Orange or Grapefruit
2 drops Ylang Ylang

Simple Air Freshener Recipe

10 to 15 drops of pure essential oil (e.g. grapefruit, orange, lemon, and lavender)
1/2 cup white vinegar

All Purpose

6 drops Grapefruit
4 drops Spearmint

Sweet Basil and Lemon Air Freshener

20 drops Sweet Basil essential oil
8 drops Lemon essential oil

Fresh as a Daisy

Grapefruit - 4 drops
Lime - 2 drops
Lemon - 1 drop
Basil - 2 drops
Lavender - 2 drops

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