Ok can't say much for the rest of the house(trying real hard to get rid of the dirty diaper smell)lol(but he keeps getting dirty diapersLMAO)but for the closets and drawers I use dryer sheets,i love the bounce that smells like gain.
I keep those pretty smelling guest soaps and bath salts that I always get samples or gifts of, in drawers and in the linen closet, especially sandelwood since it just smells clean. During the holidays I will boil spices, but otherwise, the occasional candle and were ok.
Personely, I love the smell of fresh air ...so I always open the windows in the morning regardless how cold it can be ...just for few minutes and the whole room will feel crisp and fresh. I use glad plugins in the bathroom...I close the door always to trap the smell [ Got lots for free with coupons ]. I also put soap between layers of clothes and linens to make them smell fresh and nice. I use dryer sheets in the coats closet near the door . I also love Arm & hammer carpet powder....I use it if am expecting company. For the drain and the disposel I use lemon and orange peels and grind it inside to refresh the smell. I also like febreeze a lot..I use it occasionally on pillows and cushions.
Alot of what you ladies do too......candles (I love candles), simmering orange/lemon peel and cinnamon sticks, small soaps in drawers, scented drawer liners in dressers, scented room spray and best of all this time of year...........opening the window and getting fresh spring air!!!!!:smball:
Yankee candles - especially a large hazelnut coffee one that I like to keep burning in the kitchen when I'm home. Used dryer sheets go in the drawers with the clothes, and I sprinkle the carpets with a carpet freshener that I get at the dollar store.
Candles, candles, candles and more candles. I love 'em. I use Dreamers candles and Yankee candles. I love the apple scented ones, Dreamer's has a scent called Kindred Spirits that smells just like freshly cut apples, it is heavenly.
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