Author/Submitted by: Cheaper and Better,
Shared by Sherilyn Schamber
Scent Of Your Choice: perfume, lemon extract, vanilla bean extract, or pine oil
Into a clean gallon size plastic jug pour baking soda, ammonia, and the scent of your choice. Slowly fill with warm water. Label and cap jug. Keep out of the reach of children. Pour small quantities of the solution into pretty containers with spray tops--old perfume containers or atomizers are ideal. Then you can leave the refresher on the counter in rooms where you need it frequently.
To Use: Simply mist the air where unpleasant odors abound. Avoid spraying on or near furniture or pets. Wipe up any reside if you overdo, but the mist will not harm anything if you don't soak an item with the mist.Especially AVOID spraying directly on FINE WOOD FURNITURE--The ammonia, scent, or water could harm the finish. 1 gal. Big savings.
** For a quick fix for a stubborn odor, here's a traditional solution that you can customize to your taste.