Naturally scent your home

Naturally scent your home

1. Get rid of stale air. • You can take some of the same steps as you would to prevent allergies: use a high quality air filter and carefully vent the air in your home by opening windows when you can. • Make sure your oven ventilation system is properly working or use fans if you are cooking something that leaves a heavy smell in the air, such as frying bacon. • Have the air ducts in your home professionally cleaned regularly to ensure that the air is flowing properly. • Use plants to keep your air fresh and full of pure oxygen. • Use beeswax candles to naturally detox the air. • Here are 7 more tips to detox your indoor air. 2. Eliminate unnaturally scented chemicals and toxins. • Throw out everything with a fragrance, including conventional air fresheners and paraffin candles, cleaning products that are scented or use strong chemicals like ammonia. Remember that you will be doing a favor for any guests you entertain who are allergic to these chemicals! • Use organic or homemade cleaning products and deep clean areas that are rarely touched, such as basements, attics or hard-to-reach spaces in living areas. Check out The Soft Landing’s Green Cleaning Guide to make safe choices. • Use HEPA filtered machines when vacuuming. • Check out these tips for how to remove odors from used electronics. 3. Scent your home with healthy, natural options. • Use essential oils in a diffuser. Essential oils are not only one of the safest ways to keep a home fragrant, you can choose oils that have a positive effect on your mood, like calming lavender – one of my daughter’s favorite! • Strategically place Himalayan salt lamps. According to Wellness Mama, these wonders clean the air, reduce allergies and can improve mood. They’re also pretty and unique bit of decor, too. Essential oils, diffusers, and non toxic fragrances can be found here: Quality air fresheners

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