Make your own air freshener

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Air freshening did not begin yesterday. They have been with us for hundreds of years now. You have probably heard what incense is, and it is still burnt to mask less pleasant odors in a home. However, present-day fresheners employ complex chemistry between complex synthetic products which pollute the atmosphere and cause various health issues.

Luckily, there is another way you can eliminate the odor in your dwelling. These easy natural air-freshener alternatives will scrub out all unwanted odors from your home and leave the area smelling naturally agreeable.

Essence of Vali Botanical Mists

These mists are made entirely from essential botanical oils. No chemical propellants are used to manufacture the mist; a pump-like spritzer is used to dispense the air-freshener. With Vali botanical mists, there’s a variety of 10 scents to choose from. There is even a diffuser blend which can be used in any standard aromatherapy.

Only natural essential botanical oils and distilled water are blended to provide you Essence of Vali Botanical mists available in 10 different scents for your home.


Vodka can be used alongside your favorite natural essential oils for a fresh-smelling home. The active ingredient in vodka is ethyl alcohol. Most commercial air fresheners use ethyl alcohol along with other chemicals to clean the air. Vodka can, therefore, be used to eliminate musty odors from your home without clogging the air with harmful synthetic chemicals and petroleum-derived propellants found in artificial fragrances.

Simply spray vodka directly into the air. It absorbs unpleasant odors and leaves no smell once it dries. You can also add up to 30 drops of your favorite essential oil for a naturally pleasing odor

Palm Trees

Sure a beach holiday will get you away from the stuffy indoor air but this isn’t what this is all about. A palm tree as an indoor plant is an efficient air purifier. Having one or two of this from the living room, as an instance, will leave the area always looking and smelling fresh and natural. A palm tree will, for example, absorb the formaldehyde smell in wall paints, finishes on furniture and glues used to hold particles boards together.

Other houseplants like Dwarf date, areca, bamboo, lady, and parlor palm are a simple way to purify the air in your home.

This is a bag of bamboo charcoal which unlike many air-fresheners does not mask, but rather filters the air. As such they will absorb undesirable scents and wash off nasty suspensions floating in the air within your home such as allergens, bacteria, chloroform gas, benzene, formaldehyde, and ammonia.

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