By M. W. Byrne
14 Ways to Keep Your Home Smelling Fresh
There’s many simple ways to make your home smell good, even if you own pets, teenage boys, or other foul-smelling beasts.
Baking Soda Spray
Baking soda is always the favorite choice for cutting down on odors, but the powder can have several limitations to how it’s used.
Slow Cooker Aromatics
The good news is, you probably already have a superior scent diffuser in the form of your slow cooker or Crock Pot.
Check Your Sink
Sink drains tend to get clogged up with all manner of funk. If you’re catching an unpleasant waft, try squirting some dish soap down the drain along with some warm tap water.
Pick Your Plants
Plants are excellent filters for removing toxins, which means they also help get ugly smells from drifting around.
Dryer sheets are beloved outside of the laundry room, as they’re made to absorb smells and provide a sense of freshness wherever they are.
Odorize Your Vents
Wherever you have air moving around your home, be it through an air conditioner, heater, or simply a fan, adding a car air freshener can help make the wind seem pleasant
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