Tuesday, October 19, 2010

A Daily Pro Tip Alternative to Febreze

Let me be the first to say I'm a fan of Febreze, I'm pretty sure I can thank Febreze for every date I went on during my college days.



That being said, we're in a recession.  Not everyone can afford the cost of Febreze.  This Daily Pro Tip is designed to save you $7 per bottle that they charge for these basic ingrediants...

What You Need:
1/3 cup White Vinegar
1/2 cup Liquid Fabric Softener
3 cups Water
Spray Bottle

Combine all ingredients in the spray bottle and shake!

Vinegar is a great deodorizer, use more or less depending on your needs and don't worry the vinegary smell dissipates very quickly leaving nothing but the nice fabric softener scent.

65 comments:

  1. Thank goodness. Fabreze works well but damn it's expensive!

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  2. Awesome post i'll definitely try it

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  3. And to think I pay for this stuff... thanks man, definitely gonna follow!

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  4. This is a useful blog indeed. Keep at it!

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  5. Nice tips mate :D check out my blog :)

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  6. Vinegar? Really? I was always told to just use distilled water.

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  7. Is it really that much fabric softner? That seems like quite a bit.

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  8. I've been using a similar recipe with distilled water instead of vinegar.

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  9. To expensive for us, poor students.

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  10. I need to try this. Febreeze is too expensive.

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  11. That's pretty handy! =D Thanks for the info.

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  12. Nice tip. I have tip for you too.
    After you clean out your very dirty and smelly microwave, take a glass of water and squirt a bit of lemonjuice in it. It'll make it smell lemony :P

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  13. sounds good but im too lazy lol. think ill just spend the $7

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  14. lol I just wash my clothes????

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  15. i agree with gary, or leave it smelling gross... ill get use to it :PP

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  16. I only need the spray bottle, where's one when you need it? heh

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  17. This is great! I'll definitely be following.

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  18. wow, i'll try it out to see if that works!

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  19. Febreez is expensive! Great post! Thanks for checking out my blog too. More butts and such up if you like

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  20. This is great! Im a smelly man. lol

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  21. no way am I making my own febreze.

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  22. I drink Febreze to clean my insides. Smells Good!

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  23. I like it.. cheap, effective.. and it wil ltarget the younger consumer's out there.

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  24. haha, gota love anything that can save you money

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  25. nice tip! Gonna try this when i get a chance.

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  26. dude !!! This actually work !!! I've already said it but I'm gonna repeat that I just love you blog ! really lots of useful tips !

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  27. hahahah im not even kidding this is what my momma does :P

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  28. too bad we don't get febreze here. we've got something similr though.

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  29. "vinegar" - somehow this sounds like a bad idea :p

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  30. thanks for the tip.
    Follow, click, and f5!
    :D

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  31. THIS. IS. AMAZING!
    I'm doing this from now on!

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  32. Your last post about rice krispy treats almost made me cream myself. those things are bomb. And I love the advise in this post. Baking soda is also a good fridge deodorizer

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  33. excellent tip ... even I can do that

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  34. you just saved me an unkown amount of money.

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  35. Killer tip! Great for students!

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  36. definitely gonna try, this could save me a fortune each month.

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  37. great tip! my couch could use some gonna try that soon!

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  38. This is really useful, thanks for the tip!

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