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Very cheap alternative to febreeze that WORKS. Been using for a long time.
 
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Step 1: Get an empty spray bottle

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You can use the empty febreeze bottle, or buy an empty new bottle at almost any store. i got mine at the dollar store :)

Step 2: Add water

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Add about 1 1/2 cups water to the spray bottle

Step 3: Add baking soda

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Add one Tablespoon of baking soda. Cheap stuff works. I have also tried white vinegar. Works well if you are afraid the spray will leave spots on your fabric.

Step 4: Add fabric softener

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Add about 1-2 Table spoons of your favorite fabric softener. I recently tried Tide Natruals, its been my favorite so far, but the cheap stuff works too.

Step 5: Shake well

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After all the ingredients have been added, shake well. Also Shake before each use.

Step 6: Spray everywhere

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Spray onto carpets, clothes, blankets, or anywhere that needs freshening. I use it daily, on all the fabrics in my home. Sometimes it leaves spots on hard surfaces, but easly wipe off with a damp rag. Hope this helps you guys, I had a very smelly room mate, and i always sprayed this stuff in our room and it helped out tons!
Recipe can be doubled, tripled etc.
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