DIY Fab-Breeze Conventional fabric and room fresheners contain chemicals that are known to present health hazards to people, pets and planet. Formaldehyde, for example, is classified by the National Toxicology Program as a known carcinogen and statistics gathered by the National Cancer Institute show that people exposed to high levels of formaldehyde may have a higher risk of nasopharyngeal cancer as well as leukemia. Other potentially dangerous chemicals typically used as fragrance include chloroform (also known as trichloromethane), a neurotoxin associated with liver and kidney damage, and benzyl acetate, which has been linked to pancreatic cancer. Ingredients
12 oz. organic herbal hydrosol of choice 3 oz. vodka (unflavored) 10 drops organic lavender essential oil 6 drops organic geranium essential oil 5 drops organic ylang-ylang essential oil Directions
Combine all ingredients in a 16-ounce spray bottle. Use to freshen upholstery, drapes and other soft surfaces. You can also use this formula as a room spray to neutralize stale odors and leave a fresh, herbal scent. Shake gently before each use.
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Recipe by Mountain Rose Herbs