Copycat Homemade Febreze Fabric Recipe

Ditch the chemicals and toxins that are hanging out in your Febreze. Today we show you how to make your own homemade febreze fabric refresher and you’ll love it.

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We are huge fans of Febreze around here. It comes in so handy when it comes to refreshing your furniture fabrics, curtains, floor mats and even pet beds.

The only issue is the amount of chemicals that is present in the store bought version. Today we show you that there is a better way to use your favorite spray. This non-toxic recipe is so much more healthy and it will be more economical long term.

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Homemade Febreze Recipe Video Tutorial

Meagen Mackenzie is a home stager and Realtor for Remax. She is not a fan of toxic, chemical laden products. As a result she uses her own fabric refresher that includes only a few simple ingredients that we have outlined below for you. Be sure to watch her quick and easy to follow video tutorial. Click Play above ^

Homemade Febreze Ingredients

  • 1  16oz spray bottle
  • Distilled Water
  • 4-8 Drops of Lavender Essential Oil
  • 1/2 cup of Rubbing Alcohol, Witch Hazel or Vodka

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