Air Freshener Using Crock Pot

By Elaine 173 889

You can easily make your own air freshener by using your small crock pot. Fill with water and add some of the following:

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If you have a setting on your crock pot, put it on low. If not just plug it in. It would be a good thing to set a timer so you don't forget and dry it up.

Source: eons.com

By Elaine from Belle Plaine, IA

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October 28, 2010

For safety sake I would contact the maker of the crock pot to make sure the essential oil and/or potpourri won't leach through the ceramic because the ingredients in those could be harmful if ingested via future cooking use because of leaching!

But I love your idea and the other suggested ingredients you gave and adding some water with your choice would definitely safely work! :-)

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By Carol from Iowa 14 41 Flag

October 28, 2010

I plan to use these suggestions in the mini "crockpot" I have that is just for potpourri. Thanks for the inspiration!

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