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Homemade Febreze Laundry Odor Eliminator

Does anyone have a recipe for homemade Febreze?

By Judy from Ontario, Canada


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November 12, 20102 found this helpful
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Homemade Febreze

1 cup of water

1 Tbs of fabric softener (Downy Lavender)

1 Tbs of rubbing alcohol

Mixed in a spray bottle.

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July 17, 20160 found this helpful

why do you add rubbing alcohol? what is the purpose of the alcohol?

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September 25, 20160 found this helpful

Alcohol is one of the main ingredients in Fabreeze. I like this recipe, I've found the ones with baking soda leave a residue.

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August 1, 20170 found this helpful

YES YOU CAN BUY SUAVITEL [ FIELD FLOWERS SCENT ] IT AT ANY Family dollar store a small bottle is $1 the medium bottle is $2 and the large bottle $4...

you can put it in any clean spray bottle you have and use 2-3 cap fulls.

and also use in washer on rinse cycle and it does wonders

hope this helped you out

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