Simple and Cost Saving DIY Fabric Refresher

Febreze Extra Strength Fabric Refresher, 16.9-Ounce


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The same all-over-the-place variations included how many drops of essential oils to add; again, this ranged from very little (5 drops) to heavy (30+ drops). I suppose this also depends on how concentrated of a scent you’d like to get, but since we planned on using this mostly as an all-around fabric refresher (as opposed to strictly a linen spray to spritz our pillows in the evening), we went towards a heavy-middle and added 20 drops to our 12 oz bottle.

I’d been toying with the idea of making our own fabric refresher for a while now; a DIY , if you will. Actually, every time I use , I think of adding more homemade products to our cleaning routine. This is almost entirely due to the (really) cost effective perks, but in addition to the environmentally friendly aspects, it’s fun, too.

How to Make Homemade Fabric Refresher - Frugal. By Nature.

Febreze Fabric Refresher Extra Strength 16.9 oz
Price: $3.69

I do not normally purchase a fabric refresher product like Febreze

Keeping it natural and fresh makes me feel all kinds of Rockstar Mom. This DIY fabric refresher smells positively wonderful and neutralizes any weird stank in your curtains, fabrics, or carpet thanks to the baking soda. I love to refresh my pillows with this every week or so.

To make your own fabric refresher a la you, gather the following supplies: baking soda, fabric softener of your choice, and a spray bottle (I love ).