Homemade Fabric Refresher

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Simply put, make your own Febreeze...

If you like a clean and fresh smelling home why not make your own Fabric Refresher according to your own tastes. Now there are many different scents of Febreeze available but what if you'd like your own...

Step 1: What You'll Need

Here's what you'll need to get started...

1x empty Spray Bottle (I used my previous Fabric Refresher Spray Bottle)
1x Bottle of Liquid Fabric Softener (Brand and Scent of your choosing)

Step 2: Mixin It All Up...

Caution: Extreme Molecular Nuclear Atomic Chemistry follows (not really)

Pour 1/2 cap to 1 cap of your favorite fabric softener into empty Spray Bottle.
Finish filling the Spray Bottle with good ol' H20 (water)...

Give it a good shake and there you have it...

Your own Custom, Homemade Fabric Refresher...

And for those who would like a logo to put on their bottles, Just print out an image onto sticker paper and cut to size/shape...

Whamalamadingdong!

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21 Discussions

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keithel80

3 years ago on Step 2

You should just mix any essential oil(s) you choose with baking soda and then mix into a spray bottle of distilled water. 100% green, no chemicals, good for you and the earth.

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MrsYeti

4 years ago on Step 2

Love this! I run a second hand shop for a charity, so this is a much used item, and fantastic way to save money.

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MsJan

6 years ago on Introduction

HEY...does not anyone know that there is not one Fabric Softener on the shelf that is not toxic to humans? A neighbor has pancreas cancer and his doctor will not allow any of them to use the stuff. My son has a tumor on his pancrea and when I read reason what could cause this one of them was FABRIC SOFTENER. These companies will sell us anything just to get our money. I now use WHITE VINEGAR in my fina rinse cycle of wash and it is cheap and safe. If I happen to miss adding itn into wash than I just put some vinega on a wash cloth and toss in dryer. I want my family healthy. People do not stop and think...where does al these cancers come from...I know from the big companies that sell fragrances and other toxic products to us. A Healthy Home Has No Smell.... just need fresh air.

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bestfitpetsit

7 years ago on Step 2

Big ole thank you! I'm going to try this right now with my favorite cruelty free fabric softener!

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WOW, i just made 2 - 32oz bottles of this. I cant believe how much money i spent on fabreeze @ 5 bucks a bottle !!! I went to my local store and lucky for me the one scent i liked was allso only 2 bucks for a 3 Qt bottle, So with 1 cap making one bottle i spent a big 2 bucks for 40 bottles of this!!!!!

heres the math
2 - 32 oz spray bottles $3.00
3 Qt bottle of Purex mountain breeze $ 2.00
total cost about $5.18
making 40 bottles

VS 1 bottle of fabreeze for 5.00

THANK YOU SO MUCH !! you rock !!

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beavis2k

11 years ago on Introduction

great post, I'm going to try it, also i read somewhere that another alternative to fabreze would be to use white vinegar and liquid scent.

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bigbadjohn81beavis2k

Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

I have tried the vinegar recipes that are floating around and they all seem to have that vinegar scent to me... thus I am Anti-Vinegar for Fabric Refresher...

a bowl of full strength vinegar set on a counter is all I use for a room refresher. I've no idea why it works. does anyone else?

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mickeychel333

10 years ago on Introduction

You gotta be kidding me?! That's it!??! Well Frabreeze is a big waste of money! Thank you BigBadJohn! xoxo

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TheSelana

11 years ago on Step 2

Thank you so much for this! I have been thinking about making my own using essential oils, but it hasn't quite worked! I mixed some of this up and it works splendidly!

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inquisitive

11 years ago on Introduction

I have done this since college-works really great when the air gets dry and there is a lot of static buildup from the rug. A great lazy way to fluff wrinkled clothing too-spritz and shake.

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mcadwell

11 years ago on Introduction

And if this mixture isn't shaken well, and the liquid softener has a color to it (like blue or green), then some spot staining may occur. So, please shake well before using.

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0.775volts

11 years ago on Introduction

If you want something that will leave no residue, and works much better, actually removing the smells, use what costumers call "vodka spray". it's really easy, 1/2 cheapo vodka, and 1/2 distilled water (one can also use tap water, but distilled works a bit bette). to use, shake the spray bottle and spray on clothes. let dry and poof! no funk (or substantially less funk). you also get to avoid that nasty febreeze smell (which I personally can't stand).

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LasVegas

11 years ago on Introduction

Fabric Softener contains various waxes and will attract dirt and buildup. That's why it's added in the first rinse.

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JakeTobak

11 years ago on Introduction

Sounds cool and definitely good to know, but I feel like it could have been just one sentance. Like, "Did you know that diluted fabric softener can be used in place of Febreeze?"

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