Linen spray is amazing to make your things smell like heaven, and not only things – you can also use these sprays just in the room. This is one of little luxuries you can afford even if your budget is tight. If you’ve got five minutes and a few simple ingredients, you’ve got linen spray! There are different recipes to try, let’s consider some of the coolest and easiest to realize.
Lavender is a herb that is widely known to help with nervousness, anxiety, stress and sleeplessness. It doesn’t make you sleepy like taking a sleeping pill would, but what it does do is help take the edge off of sleeplessness. That’s why it’s a key ingredient for this linen spray.
You know that happy feeling you get when you get of whiff of something that smells really good? Like when you walk into a home with cookies in the oven, or the scent on your pillow when you’ve just washed all the sheets? Wouldn’t it be cool if we could bottle it up and sniff it anytime we wanted? To be honest, choosing the scent you want or the mood you want to create is the hardest decision. Making the actual room and linen spray is super easy, read here how!
Linen spray is perfect for keeping stuffy closets smelling wonderful. It also smells great on your bed linens. This spray can be also used for rooms – just open the windows and use it, as much as you want.
Linen spray may sound like another froufrou extravagance that moms don’t need, but that couldn’t be more wrong. When our heads finally hit the pillow, we want sleep to come easy and fast. The little luxury of scented linens is one of the best ways to turn off thoughts about the school project that’s due or what’s for dinner tomorrow.
Who doesn’t love the feeling of tumbling onto a bed made in freshly washed linens? You know how smooth the sheets feel when they are just laundered! Lavender and vanilla are equally great scents to fragrance your home. Such a soft and soothing smell, wow!
Who doesn’t love the aroma of fresh pine during the holidays? Spray this mist on your Christmas tree, bed sheets, guest towels, and more. Spray your rugs before vacuuming or spritz a little on your just washed linens before drying.
Spray lavender linen water on clothes when ironing, mist it on your pillowcase, clothing, or even furniture. Lavender is soothing, relaxing and totally amazing – go ahead making this spray!
This tutorial will tell you how to make two kinds of spray – sweet orange and eucalyptus lemon. The former has an uplifting and refreshing citrus scent while the second provides a heavy dose of aromatherapy. Choose any or make both!
This natural linen spray recipe uses essential oils to leave fabrics smelling clean and fresh, without any harmful artificial fragrances. This scent of this homemade linen spray recipe won’t last a full week like the conventional options, but it’s easy to reach for whenever a boost of natural freshness is needed. And no bad side effects … in fact, only good ones!
Ditch those toxic fabric softeners and dryer sheets! This DIY linen spray is a safe natural alternative and will leave your clothes with a wonderful natural scent. Essential oils have therapeutic properties and when used carefully can promote health and wellbeing by providing both psychological and physical benefits. Essential oils not only smell great but some of them have deodorizing properties.