DIY Homemade Febreze Recipe!

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I’m always looking for frugal new DIY Cleaners, and love it when you share your fabulous recipes!

DIY Homemade Febreze is such a cinch to make, and you’ll save SO much $$ with this simple little trick!

Here’s a DIY Febreze Recipe you’ll love, thanks to frugal friend Sarah!

  • Add 3 tbsp. Fabric Softener {like your favorite scent of Downy} to empty spray bottle
  • Fill spray bottle with approx. 2 – 3 cups hot water. {depending on size of bottle}
  • Add in 1 tbsp. Baking Soda
  • Mix, and enjoy!!
  • Portions can be adjusted slightly, depending on the size of your spray bottle.

Thanks for sharing this fabulous ‘recipe’, Sarah!

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7 Responses to DIY Homemade Febreze Recipe!

  1. This is a great idea! I am definitely going to try it out. Febreze is expensive and alot of deodorizer sprays make me sick. This sounds like a better option.

  2. Staci says:

    I make my own fabric softener. I use a tsp of it with half water half alcohol. This works great dries quickly and doesn’t leave that buildup you see with regular fabric softener!

  3. karen house says:

    I was going to try using essential oil instead of Downy. A few drops in a Febreeze size bottle should be plenty and won’t leave a residue.

  4. Pakita says:

    Hi! Question, I have been making my own fabric softener. It consists of white vinegar with hair conditioner and hot water. Can this be used/added to the water and baking soda mixture to make homemade freshener?

  5. Joann Asaro says:

    Tried it……’s terrific!!!


    Is this an air Febreeze or more FABRIC Febreeze use?

  7. Julie says:

    Have made this twice now and love it. Just spray sparingly and you won’t get a build up. You don’t need much to eliminate odors.

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