How To Make Fake Febreeze For $0.15 Per Bottle

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How To Make Fake Febreeze For $0.15 Per Bottle

Here’s a really simple DIY that you can use to save yourself a fortune in expenses and in the potential health costs…

A bottle of Febreeze is currently selling on Amazon for a whopping $6.99, yet you can make a homemade version that’s just as effective (and natural) for only $0.15. If you buy just one bottle per month, then that’s a monthly saving of $6.75 – and a yearly saving of $81!

Find out how to make this “Fake Febreeze” below…

IMPORTANT: The recipe calls for the use of fabric softener. Commercially available fabric softener is toxic so replace that with this homemade fabric softener instead or simply add essential oils.

How To Make Fake Febreeze For $0.15 Per Bottle


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  1. Just wanted to say “Thank you” for all your helpful recipes. You make it so easy for us to find them. Some I am not even looking for, but wow, can really use.
    Thank you,

  2. If you clean regularly…. why would you need to use a spray to mask odors? Especially spraying your furniture? Keep your animals clean and they won’t stink up your couch or chair. Or better yet…. train them to stay off the furniture. There is no excuse to use a
    spray to fool people into thinking you have a clean house…. when you don’t. ugh!

    • Some people don’t use Febreze to mask odors, but to make their homes smell pleasant and relaxing for themselves or company, like burning candles or incense or a diffuser with essentials. It can help create certain moods, like calmness, not only for humans, but also with their pets. That’s what my mother does to help her cats and her depression. I just wanted you to hear about febreze from another perspective before somebody jumped down your throat for implying they weren’t clean.

      • awesome reply Holly! I love different scents to create whatever mood I’m in.

      • I agree with you Holly,like how you handled that other reply

      • I like pleasant scents. Why do you think that the only reasons to “mask odors” is to cover bad house keeping? I can not have a real Christmas tree but I can have the pine scent.

      • I also agree with Holly, UGH lol, Maybe we do have clean houses but still like a fresh scent in our homes. I love my friends faces when they walk in my house and stop, take a deep breath and say OMG Your house always smells amazing. Especially my husband when he comes home from a hards day work!

    • Hell, if I can spray instead of doing housework, count me in!

    • Not everyone is able to clean every day, Gramma. We have lives to live and some work and take care of children. It’s also unhealthy for your pet to bathe it every day! Have you taken your bath today? 🙂 Personally I hardly use Frebreze. But I might try this!

    • I can’t use candles to enhance the mood or the feeling of wellness in my house because my husband is on oxygen 24/7. Just don’t want to blow him up. And our house is almost antiseptic.

  3. Jessica Mohamed says:

    I have been making my own version of febreeze for a while.. I didnt think to add the soda..I will to my next batch. I have 5 kitties so I can use all the odor control help I can get 🙂 ..Thank you!!!

  4. I was kinda surprized at the people questioning the safety of your recipe … don’t these people use fabric softener in their washer rinse cycle ?? Personally I like your Blog and hints !! Thanks
    ps: I live in an area where I often get air permeated with Sugar Factory Smells (horrible: think Hydrocloric Acid + burned sugar) from October to April ~ I will use this to freshen my dirty house, and thank you for it !!

    • i used scent free fab softener and added my own scent…(pachouli in my case)….it was delightful

  5. If it’s natural, why does it have fabric softener in it? Seems like this goes against Herbs and Oils World’s philosophy. Am I missing something?

    • In the blog post we said not to use commercial fabric softener and gave a link to a homemade fabric softener instead!

  6. And, no, I don’t use fabric softener. And, yes, I have enjoyed your other posts. This one is questionable although cost saving.

    • In the blog post we said not to use commercial fabric softener and gave a link to a homemade fabric softener instead!

      • Thank you so much for the inexpensive tips, I live in Hawaii, my husband is in the Army AND I have a rescue dog. If you havent been here the dirt is a red clay mud type dirt, plus rain season. UGH. They both stink as well as the weather lol plus my mother in law will be here in 10 days (1st time in our house) I LOVE THIS RECIPE Thank you so much!

  7. Instead of using chemicals that are found in commercial fabric softeners-I would use essential oils like lavender, sweet orange, etc. This may be less expensive but is still toxic

  8. Wow! It really works! Not only ddo I now get to save money but I can have a variety of scents on hand. Love it!

  9. WHY DO PEOPLE HAVE TO BE SO STUPID??? If they don’t like what they read, they should just continue on with their lives and let others live theirs. Great recipe, I’m trying it and NOT TO MASK ODORS but because I love good smelling house. Keep up the good work.!!!

  10. Thank you so much for featuring my recipe on your blog!! It is much appreciated. I do hope to get into a more natural way of creating homemade cleaning products, and I’ll remember your site for my needs. Once again, thank you! 🙂

    -Brianna from Life.Family.Love.