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20 Unique Ways to Use Perfume Oils

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  1. Put a few drops on a cotton ball, put in your pillowcase for sweetly scented dreams.
  2. Fill your tea-light diffuser bowl with water and add a few drops of oil.
  3. Fill your bathtub with warm water and add a few drops of oil. Throw in some Epsom Salts to soothe tired muscles.
  4. Add a few drops to a spray bottle, fill the rest of the way with water. Shake and spray your linens, rooms, hair, clothes, car and closets.
  5. Add a few drops to a cotton ball and vacuum it up. Every time you vacuum, your house will smell great.
  6. Add a few drops to baking soda and mix well. Sprinkle on your carpet before you vacuum.
  7. For robot vacuums, or any vacuum, just put a scented cotton ball in the dirt bin.
  8. Put a few drops on your cloth car floor mats or place a scented cotton ball under your car seats.
  9. Fill your electric tart warmer bowl with water, add a few drops of oil and turn it on.
  10. If you use wool fabric softener balls, put a few drops on the ball and have yummy smelling laundry.
  11. Put a few drops on a paper towel and tuck into your shoes.
  12. Put a few drops on a wooden clothespin and attach to your car vents. Or home vents. Or a fan.
  13. Add a few drops of oil to baking soda, mix well. Sprinkle in the bottom of your trash can.
  14. Sprinkle a few drops on your furnace filter.
  15. Put a few drops on a cotton ball and tuck into your drawer corners to prevent musty smelling clothes and linens.
  16. Quick and easy room potpourri, just fill a bowl with rice and mix in about 10-15 drops of oil. Place anywhere you want scented.
  17. Make your own sugar or salt or combo scrub. An easy recipe is 3 ozs. of sugar/salt, 1 oz. of oil (can be any household oil, olive, coconut, etc.) and 10 drops of scented oil. Stir well and use to exfoliate your skin.
  18. Get an unscented tea-light candle and put a few drops of oil near the wick. Light the candle and enjoy the scent.
  19. Put a few drops on a damp washcloth and throw in your dryer with your towels, sheets and blankets.
  20. When you change the toilet paper, put a few drops in the inside of the toilet paper tube.

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Leonora Koop
Leonora Koop
Hi somethinspecial.com admin, Your posts are always well-referenced and credible.
Love these suggestions! Thank you very much for sharing!
Laura K Arbetello
Laura K Arbetello
This is perfect!!! Thank you!!
Donna Frano
Donna Frano
WOW!! I just saw this! (You need to link your blog at the top of your home page and on your drop down menu!) FABULOUS ideas! Printing and saving!

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