Every time I Went To My Best Friend’s Home It Smelled Incredible. But Then She Revealed THIS Trick!

It is wonderful to have our homes smell good, and scented candles became very popular over the last decade.  That is, until it was discovered that many of these candles and scented sprays contain really dangerous chemicals, that can cause permanent lung damage.

I, myself, have stopped using those candles that I used to love, because of the inherent health hazard they carry.  I’m always looking for natural alternatives that are chemical free, to provide a nice fresh smell in my home.  When I came upon this DIY video for creating a natural air freshener I was intrigued.

The video below is a great tutorial for how to easily, inexpensively and quickly make your own fresh and chemical-free deodorizer.  Two alternative versions are demonstrated, which differ slightly in how they release the fragrance.

For both versions, all you will need are: a MASON JAR WITH A TIN LID, HAMMER, FORK, EMPTY CANDLE CONTAINER, SCREWDRIVER, BAKING SODA AND SOME ESSENTIAL OIL.  The DIY is easy to follow, and gives you a great means to slow-release a pleasant scent into any room in your home.

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He Places Tea Bags All Over His Car. THIS Reason Is Unexpectedly GENIUS!

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Tea is second only to water for ranking among the top consumed beverages in the world. According to teausa.com, it can be found in almost 80% of all U.S. households and on any given day over 158 million Americans will drink it.

By far it’s one of the most versatile drinks and can be served in countless different ways. However, you don’t always have to drink your tea to enjoy it and there are lots of additional uses that tea bags can be put to. One of the best ways they come in handy is by freshening up smelly, damp places.

Some people toss them in shoes and garbage cans to stave off odors, and as the One Pot Chef Show explains, they work just as well in cars. No one likes riding around in a stinky car and if you spend a lot of time in your automobile, you want it to smell good.

The best, most cost-effective way to achieve a pleasant smelling car is by placing a few tea bags all around the interior. Put a couple under the seats, in the glove compartment, ashtray, seat or door pockets, and anywhere else you can hide them.

The dry tea bags not only release their own pleasing scent, they also work to absorb any excess moisture or odors that may be present in the air. They work better in comparison to store bought car-fresheners because they actually eliminate odors instead of just temporarily masking them as the store varieties tend to do.

This won’t even cost you a penny if you have an extra box of tea laying around that you don’t really like or will probably never end up drinking. Instead of throwing it out, re-purpose it and freshen up your car.

The best types of teas for a fresh smelling car are the flavored varieties and both cinnamon and vanilla are recommended by the one pot chef, but really any fragrance you prefer or have on hand will do.

Tea’s deodorizing aspects work wonders and the bags can be placed in stinky shoes, refrigerators, garbage cans, around litter boxes, and anywhere else that bad odors pop up.

The tea bags last several months and should be replaced when needed to keep your car smelling clean. Just one box will last a long time and easily covers a year. Plus, since the average box of tea costs less than five dollars, it’ll save you a lot of money.

Try it today and see what a wonderful difference they can end up making!

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This Guy Places Tea Bags In His Car. The Reason Is GENIUS!

Nothing is worse than a stinky car. Odors seem to stick around longer and smell 10x worse in heated, small, enclosed spaces. Sometimes automobiles become foul smelling for a variety of reasons, such as old spilled food, kids making messes, or too much moisture trapped inside. Now there is a cheap, easy, and natural way to combat nasty smells.

According to YouTube channel OnePotChefShow, all you need to do is take a few dry tea bags and place them around the car. In no time at all the smell should disappear. It is recommended that flavored teas be used such as cinnamon or vanilla tea. The tea bags will also absorb moisture in the air, which is a common cause of stale smelling interiors.

Plus, they will last for months and are a lot more affordable than any store bought air fresheners. One box should last a year or so. They also lack harsh chemicals and are much cleaner than aerosol or spray scents. Chances are you have some tea bags in your kitchen right now, so grab a few, toss them under your car seats, relax, and enjoy the ride.

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