"Simmer water in a small saucepan and add citrus slices and herbs, like lavender or mint." The heat permeates the sweet scent throughout your house.
2. Clean your garbage disposal."First try spritzing a dollop of lemon-scented dish soap down into the disposal, run the water, then turn it on," You can also run lemon or lime rinds through the disposal, followed by lots of water. If the smell persists, pour in a 1/2 cup of baking soda while running warm water.
Option A!!! Place them places but don’t light them!!! Light in linen cupboards and wardrobes!! Fabric absorbs sent!!!!
Option B!! Place them in places and do light them!! The lounge, the kitchen the hallway FYI Candle smells that are on trend right now...
The scents of summer - the smell that gives you the sense that you're still at the kiwi bach with your ideal summer drink, done by mixing a peppery basil, limes, and mandarin.
An uplifting ocean fragrance!! Similar to a Salty Breeze smell using Green tea and Lemongrass It will whisk you away to Thailand
And the smell spring of flowers, as that’s our next in season!! Honey & Spice and a blend of nutmeg You can make these candles yourself OR if your like me you can by them, the best candles that made here in NZ are by Abby Rose, all made from Soy wax and sold around NZ for about $40 each, These are great for asthmatics as they don’t let off pollutants and also there is no LEAD in their wax in their core wax so they burn clear
4. Bring the outside in. "Indoor plants clean the air PLUS beautify your home," Tony can you offer advice on some pleasant smelling aroma plants?
5. Soup up your heat pump. "Attach a car deodorizer to one of a vent's metal slats," I SAY NO MORE IT’S AS EASY AS THAT AND LAST BUT NOT LEAST!!
6. Turn on the oven.
Nothing beats the aroma of warm baked goods. "Something simple like cinnamon rolls or a banana bread fills the house with good ol' fashioned yumminess."