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How To Make These 5 Simple DIY Bathroom Scents?

Aside from the decorations that you can invest in your bathroom to make it look pleasing, you can also invest in making it smell fresh.

Below are easy to make DIY scents that can help keep your bathroom smell good:

Lemon-Rosemary Simmer Pot

In order to make this, you will need a small stockpot, water, rosemary, one lemon, and vanilla extract. Fill up the pot with 2/3 of water. Slice a few twigs into the rosemary and the lemon. Top with 1⁄2 cup of coffee. Let this mixture cool throughout the day, filling the rooms with a heavenly fragrance- it can last up to two days.

Reed Diffusers

Oil diffusers are a simple solution that does not require heat or an open flame. Materials are vase, baby oil, essential oil, bamboo skewers, and ribbon and washi tape. Fill your vase (as much as you wish) with essential oil. Fill the remaining vase with the baby oil. Place the washi tape to the end of the skewer. Place skewers inside the vase and attach a ribbon to the top. The oil is creeping up into the room through the skewers.

Baking Soda

You need one-half cup baking soda (per jar), essential oil of your preference (eight to 12 drops), mason jar, scrapbook paper, tapestry needle, scissors, and pen. Here’s how you can do it: Take the scrapbook paper and trace out the inner lid of the mason jar – cut out that piece of paper. Pierce the small piece of paper with the tapestry needle – it will make holes so the scent can waft through. Pour about one-half cup of baking soda into the mason jar. Add eight to 12 drops of essential oil of your choice – start by adding less oil. If your room isn’t strong enough, add a little bit more. Place the scrapbook paper inside the mason jar ring and tie it onto the bowl. Gently shake off the baking soda mixture.

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And to know more about the different DIY bathroom scents you can make, read this infographic.

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