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3 All-Natural Ways To Keep Your Home Smelling Fresh

Say goodbye to strong dizzying scents

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Pungent odors are never fun to deal with. Especially during the summer time, they become harder to deal with from all the moist shoes and sweat-drenched clothes we bring home at the end of the day.

Normally, our quickest solution would be to use canned air fresheners to let the stink go running. Unfortunately, these products use aerosols and toxic substances that can be harmful to our family. 

Don't worry, there are organic alternatives to these chemical-based sprays. We've listed down some tips and tricks you can try to keep your home allergy-free! 

Main photos from: Mist Of Essential Oils and Ikea

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