We gathered up 20 awesome ideas showing you how to make your house smell good and they are so Easy to do! You Will have the best smelling house in your neighborhood!
How To Make Your House Smell Good
Laundry Scent Booster Wax Burner
Who knew that you could add Downey Unstoppables or Gain Fireworks to your wax burner via Stock Piling Moms.
Coffee Bean Tea Lights
Place vanilla scented tea lights in a bowl of coffee beans. The warmth of the candles will heat up the beans and your whole house will smell like French Vanilla Coffee!
How To Make Scented Vinegar For Cleaning
- White vinegar
- Quart-sized jar with lid
- Peels from citrus fruit (oranges, lemons, limes or grapefruits)
Start by juicing your citrus. Set aside the juice to freeze and use later. Cut the peels up into smaller chunks. Add the citrus peels to your quart-sized jar until it’s about halfway full. You can also add some dried rosemary if you wish.
Heat the vinegar, either on the stove in a saucepan, or in a bowl in the microwave. When your vinegar is hot, pour it over the citrus peels in the jar. Place your lid on your jar, and let the jar sit for 24 hours.
After the 24 hours, strain the vinegar and pour into a small spray bottle. You can clean just about anything and will also keep your home fresh with a citrus scent!
Sprinkle baking soda on carpets
Baking Soda has natural deodorizing properties and it’s cheap! To keep carpets smelling fresh, especially in high traffic areas like living rooms and hallways, try sprinkling a bit of baking soda and letting it sit for at least 15 minutes. Vacuum as normal and enjoy the clean, odor-free air.
Using Downy for the Toilet
Keep your toilet smelling good using Downy via Country Diaries...
UPDATE: Country Diaries put out a warning not to put detergent in your toilet tank per a plumber… She said to put detergent on cotton balls and place them in the room.
Tropical Stove Top Potpourri
Love the smell sipping on a tropical cocktail in the Summer? Get the smell all year round with this easy stove top potpourri recipe via The Poor Sophisticate.
How To Make DIY Febreze via Pinterest.
Get some Gain scent booster, and empty spray bottle and water. Put just a little of the Gain beads in the empty spray bottle and then add a little lukewarm water. Shake it up and let it sit for 5-10 minutes.
Taping Dryer Sheets on a Fan
Keep your room constantly smelling great and tape a dryer sheet in front of the fan or AC unit via Society 19.
Car Odor Eliminator
Buy wedding favor bags at the Dollar Store, add some Downy Unstopables, and put them under your car seats or in your cup holder or glove department for a fresh, clean smell. GENIUS! via Pinterest
Chemical Free Air Freshener
This is a fun little home hint on how to make a chemical free air freshener that will keep your house smelling great, whenever you want to add a hint of a scent via Kids Activities Blog.
Christmas Stove Top Potpourris
This simmering stove top potpourris gets several rooms (or even a whole apartment) in one sweep and are made with simple, inexpensive grocery store items. This cranberry & cinnamon one has been my favorite for Christmas time via Rachel Shultz.
Eucalyptus in the Shower
Tie a eucalyptus bunch to your shower head and let that smell relax you and turn your bathroom into a spa like oasis via Amazon.
Fragrance in the Toilet Paper Roll
Pick your favorite fragrance, place a few drops inside of a toilet paper roll, and the scent gets activated anytime someone pulls off some toilet paper from the roll via Darling Illustrations.
Fabuloso in Empty Plug Ins
Add Fabuloso to an empty plug-in for instant fragrance – via Pinterest.
Add Dryer Sheets To Your Trash Can
Trash cans tend to stink pretty bad at times. Keep them from smelling up the house by adding a dryer sheet into the bottom to absorb some of the odors.