Got a smelly teenager going to college?
Does your car smell like the inside of a hockey bag?
Is your shirt full of wrinkles and you don't have an iron?
It's really that simple. 3 Tablespoons of fabric softener + enough water to fill your pre-existing Febreze bottle (don't use an old cleaning bottle) = enough faux Febreze to last a really freakin' long time!
What are some other purposes for it, other than making your clothes, house, or car interior smell good?
* If you spray it on carpets before you vacuum, you'll pick up more dirt and pet hair, which is great for homes that have dogs or cats that shed like crazy!
* If you've finished washing the dishes and want to get rid of the suds (for you OCD clean freaks, like me!), spray a little and enjoy a stink-free and suds-free sink!
* If your clothes are wrinkled and you don't have time to iron, gently mist the solution onto your clothes (but NOT silks!) and wipe the wrinkles away!
* If you're in college (or your kid is) and you want to make your dorm room stink a little less like cigarettes and cheap beer, spray this cheap solution!
* If you want to reduce static cling or remove the "shock" you get when you get up from your car seat, give your seats a spray!
Have I convinced you this is a brilliant, time-saving (you don't have to go to the store to make it!), and cost-effective solution to have in your home??
TOTAL COSTS: $2.99 for fabric softener
$2.99 for fabric softener from Vons
Water and empty Febreze bottle were free!
TOTAL AMOUNT OF TIME: Less than 5 minutes
EASY-PEASY SCALE (1 super easy - 5 very difficult): 1 out of 5
It's two ingredients, people, it's not rocket science. However, it would make the inside of a rocket smell quite lovely...