Sometimes, no matter how hard you try to keep your home smell smelling fresh, it seems like bad odors are inevitable. They can come from your kitchen, garbage disposal, fridge, and even your shoes. They can upset your mood and totally ruin your day.
Thankfully though, there are plenty of awesome bloggers who have some great ideas for smell hacks. They’re less complicated to do, budget-friendly, and a better option than the store-bought fresheners. So check them out and let me know what you think!
DIY Reed Diffuser
Give your home the perfect scent for a fraction of the price by simply making your own homemade diffuser. Also, it makes a nice gift for friends or family that looks so cute and adorable.
Lemon Ice Cube Garbage Disposal Hack
These lemon garbage disposal cubes will definitely make your kitchen smell fresh in no time. And what you’ll love the most is that it’s super easy to make and works effectively.
Hang Eucalyptus Sprigs in Your Shower
Not just great for making your bathroom smell fresh all the time, hanging some eucalyptus in your shower can also benefit your health. This powerful plant is known for its ability to relieve symptoms of respiratory issues, as well as relieve inflammation.
DIY Coffee Bean French Vanilla Candles
Make your home smell like a french vanilla coffee with these DIY candles. You just need to place the vanilla scented tea lights in a bowl of coffee beans, light it up, and the warmth of the candles will heat up the coffee beans turning your place into coffee paradise.
Tape Dryer Sheets To The Front Of Your Fan
If you use a box fan, then you’ll find this tip super easy. All you have to do is tape the dryer sheets on the front of the fan and that’s it. It’ll make your room smell fresh effortlessly.
Place a Bowl of Plain Oats in Your Fridge
If you think that oatmeal is just made for breakfast then think again because you can use it as a fridge deodorizer. Since it’s a natural absorbent, it’ll get rid of all the stinky smells like a sponge.
Orange Citrus Rind Air Freshener
Before you throw out that orange skin, put them to good use and make your own citrus rind air freshener. They look cute and I personally love them making at home.
Rub Your Lightbulbs With Flavored Extract
Sometimes, all you need is just a few drops of your favorite baking extract on a cold light bulb, then put the light on, and turn your room into an aromatic paradise.
Deodorize an Entire Room With a Bowl Full of Vinegar
In case you notice a weird smell that lingers in any of your room, consider filling a small bowl with vinegar and place it in a room that needs freshening. Since the vinegar is a neutralizing agent, it’ll get rid any bad smells in no time.
Now if you have any questions about any of these ideas, just let me know in the comments down below. I’d love to help!