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Air freshners - most economical way to have your home smell like a spa...

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mulranna Mon 16-Nov-15 10:40:14

any recommendations - candles will not be appropriate ... are plug ins the only other alternative? Which ones are good and not too expensive?

specialsubject Mon 16-Nov-15 12:05:51

scented candles don't need to be lit to exude their, er, fragrance. The odd times I have been given one I've had to put it outside for a week unlit first!

pop down your local charity shop and get someone's unwanted present. Unwrap on the day and the fumes will spread.

toots111 Wed 18-Nov-15 16:35:40

I have those oil things with sticks in that we're a present and they last ages. But no idea if they are expensive or not.

ItMustBeBedtimeSurely Wed 18-Nov-15 16:44:14

White company fragrance oil. Smells great and costs £6 a bottle, so miles cheaper than their candles. I put some on a tissue then run it along these tops of radiators and it scents the house beautifully for days.

I'm sure glade etc are a bit cheaper but they all smell vile imo.

MummaGiles Wed 18-Nov-15 16:45:24

Ooh Bedtime that's a great tip

donkir Wed 18-Nov-15 16:48:38

The women that do how clean is your house get a spray bottle with water and essential oil mix and spray on radiators and also wipe on light bulbs so when it gets warm it lets off a lovely scent.

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