by Lee Wyatt
(last updated December 14, 2015)
Making your own air fresheners is a great way to not only eliminate odor, freshen the air of the home, and have a little bit of fun, but to also save money. After all, reed diffusers, candles, smelling salts, essential oils, incense, and so on are all examples of air fresheners that you can purchase at just about any department or grocery store in the country. Beyond the obvious element of making things smell pretty, there is one other item that they share as well. That item is the price.
The cost of "generic" air fresheners can be expensive, and when you begin dealing with name brands the price only goes up. If you are looking to save a little bit of money, but also have a fresh smelling home, office, or car then take a look at some of these great options for making your own air fresheners.
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