This warm, spicy scent is perfect as a linen spray and a room spray. Make your own wonderful scented spray with these easy step by step instructions. Simple to make, this DIY Autumn Aroma Linen and Room Spray is an economical alternative to store bought sprays.
DIY Autumn Aroma Linen and Room Spray
Love autumn? It is my favorite season. I love to bring the scent of autumn into the house, and this DIY Autumn Aroma Linen and Room Spray does that perfectly!! This warm, spicy scent is perfect as a linen spray – smells great in the linen closet or on your bedding – as well as a whole room spray. Making your own room spray with essential oils is a perfect way to bring lovely scents into your home anytime you want them.
This autumn blend is wonderful for not just its aroma but because the oils used help to kill germs in the air, so be liberal with its use if your house is closed up for fall and winter. This autumn aroma room spray is a good one to use in bathrooms as well, for that very reason. Use it in a laundry room, closets or near garbage cans, too.
You can spray the autumn aroma linen and room spray on your sheets and linens to freshen them up (or just because you like the scent).
This DIY Autumn Aroma Linen and Room Spray is non-toxin, unlike many of the store brand sprays, and it is much less expensive to make this room spray than commercially made room sprays.
DIY Autumn Aroma Linen and Room Spray Utensils
DIY Autumn Aroma Linen and Room Spray Ingredients:
DIY Autumn Aroma Linen and Room Spray Instructions:
• Top off the glass or stainless steel spray bottle with purified water.
• Shake the room spray well. Spritz in the air to determine if you like the scent. If it is not strong enough for you, add a drop of each of the essential oils. Shake again, spritz again to see if you like the scent.
DIY Autumn Aroma Linen and Room Spray Directions for Use:
• Shake well before each use.
• Store the Autumn Aroma Linen and Room Spray in a cool, dry place.
Note: None of this is meant as medical advice. I am not a doctor, and do not play one on the internet. Please consult a physician if you have any questions about using essential oils so your doctor can better explain to you the benefits, possible side effects, and any warnings about essential oils.
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