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Are you looking for the best alternatives to Febreze?

If you’re anything like us, your home smells of so many wonderful things: fresh flowers from the vase on your coffee table, freshly-baked muffins from the oven, and of course, your favorite Febreze Fabric Spray.

But when you live in a small space with roommates, sometimes those awesome smells can do more harm than good. It may be time to ditch chemical sprays and explore these alternatives that are perfect for keeping your small space smelling sweet instead of stinky.

10 Best Alternatives to Febreze

Alternatives to Febreze

The Crown Choice Natural Air Freshener

It is made with the purest essential oils and secret ingredients that help to neutralize odors. Our linen sprays and air fresheners are made from natural ingredients and are safe to use even around children and pets in enclosed spaces.


Room Spray - Natural Essential Oil Spray for Living Room, Dorm Rooms

AF LEMON ZEST

Room Spray - Natural Essential Oil Spray for Living Room, Dorm Rooms

AF LEMON ZEST
Vanilla – 425 Servings IN STOCK ready to ship
      4.4 of 5 813 REVIEWS
  • ✔ BEST ROOM SPRAY: Freshen and deodorize bedroom, living room, dorm rooms.
  • LEMON ZEST ESSENTIAL OILS: Hypoallergenic. Made with the best essential oils.
  • AROMATHERAPY FOR ROOMS: For all living areas. Invigorating lemon scent.

$9.99

30-Day
Money Back Guarantee

Free ground shipping View Label / Ingredients

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It’s great for apartment use, but It’s super safe that you can even use it as a deodorant spray.

Instant Oatmeal

Instant oatmeal is packed with various scents, which is great for your drawers and closets. Start by chopping up a few oats and leaving them in a bowl of boiling water to steep, then let the water cool. The oats will release their wonderful scent as they sit in the water.

Pour the oat water into a spray bottle, then mist your clothes and linens with the oat water. Instant oatmeal has a natural sweetness and is great for mixing with other scents to create your unique scent. For example, combining oat water with vanilla extract will create a delicious baked goods scent.

Baking Soda

Baking soda is a tried and true odor eliminator. Sprinkle it on your carpet, under your couch, in your drawers, or anywhere you want to eliminate unwanted smells. Baking soda is a very effective odor fighter; because of its neutral pH, it won’t leave any odors behind.

Baking soda is an excellent alternative to Febreze because it absorbs odors, not just masks them. Plus, baking soda is all-natural, cheap, and easy to find in your local grocery store. To make baking soda even more effective, you can mix it with essential oils like lemon, peppermint, or lavender to create a custom scent.

White Vinegar

White vinegar is a great alternative to Febreze because it has a very neutral scent, is cheaper than many other odor eliminators, and is super easy to make. Simply add vinegar to a spray bottle and mist your clothes, carpets, and furniture; it’s that easy! Because vinegar has a very neutral scent, it won’t interfere with the other scents in your home.

Vinegar is a natural cleaner, so it’s great for removing odors at its source, and when it dries, it leaves no scent behind. It’s also super cheap—you can find it at just about every grocery store in the cleaning aisle for just a couple of bucks.

Banana Peels

Banana peels are a great way to keep your small space smelling sweet. Start by slicing open a banana peel and baking it in the oven. Leave the peel in the oven until it’s dry, then crumble the dried peel and store it in a jar. You can put the jar in your drawers, closets, or bathroom to keep those spaces smelling delicious. Banana peels are an awesome way to add a tropical twist to any space.

They’re super affordable, and the smell lasts for months. If you’re looking for a more long-lasting alternative to Febreze, try soaking the dried banana peel in alcohol, then create a scented oil from the mixture.

Cooked Corn

Corn is a delicious food, but it’s also very fragrant. Begin step 1 by cutting the kernels off the cob and baking them in the oven. After the kernels are dry, roll them in scented activated or scented papers. If you’re trying to cut costs, corn is a cheap alternative to Febreze.

Plus, it’s easy to make, and you can create different scents depending on what you pair it with. Try mixing your corn with essential oils like peppermint, grapefruit, or lavender to create a custom scent perfect for any time of year.

Dryer Sheets

Here’s a quick and easy way to freshen up your small space. Dryer sheets are a great alternative to Febreze. Place one in your drawer or closet to eliminate unwanted odors. Dryer sheets are scented with baking soda, which is a great odor eliminator.

Dryer sheets are very inexpensive and can be found anywhere from your local grocery store to Amazon. They are also very easy to make at home by cutting up a piece of fabric, spritzing it with fabric softener, and baking it in the oven.

Laundry Soap And Coffee Grounds

If you want to leave a lingering scent in your home:

  1. Try mixing laundry soap and coffee grounds.
  2. Start by adding a scoop of laundry soap to your normal load of laundry.
  3. Once the clothes are washed and dried, add a tablespoon of coffee grounds to a fabric container.
  4. Put the fabric container in your drawers or closet, and enjoy the scent of coffee whenever you open them.

This coffee alternative is great because it leaves a lasting scent, so your small space will always smell fresh. Plus, it’s a cheap and quick way to freshen your home. You can even create several scents using different amounts of coffee grounds in the container.

Printed Scented Materials

Printed scented materials are a great alternative to Febreze. Start by printing out a scented image and gluing it to a piece of fabric. Then, place your printed fabric in your drawers or closet to add a scent to your small space.

These printed materials are especially great for humid areas, like the tropics, where people can’t use Febreze. They’re easy to make at home and can be customized with any scent you like. Printed materials are cheap, and you can find them in many scents online.

Lemons And Orange Peels

If you want to add a citrusy twist to your small space, try using lemons or orange peels. Start by zesting an orange peel or cutting up a lemon, then placing them in a jar or pot. You can leave them out as decorative pieces or put them in drawers or closets.

Lemon and orange peels are a great alternative to Febreze because they have a very fresh scent. Plus, they’re inexpensive, and you can find them anywhere, especially during the winter when citrus is in season.

What Are You Waiting For?

If you want something natural and less harmful, use a natural linen spray and air freshener. Buy The Crown Choice air fresheners and spray away.


Room Spray - Natural Essential Oil Spray for Living Room, Dorm Rooms

AF LEMON ZEST

Room Spray - Natural Essential Oil Spray for Living Room, Dorm Rooms

AF LEMON ZEST
Vanilla – 425 Servings IN STOCK ready to ship
      4.4 of 5 813 REVIEWS
  • ✔ BEST ROOM SPRAY: Freshen and deodorize bedroom, living room, dorm rooms.
  • LEMON ZEST ESSENTIAL OILS: Hypoallergenic. Made with the best essential oils.
  • AROMATHERAPY FOR ROOMS: For all living areas. Invigorating lemon scent.

$9.99

30-Day
Money Back Guarantee

Free ground shipping View Label / Ingredients

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No need to fear chemical side effects or harmful fumes. Our air fresheners are safe to use but super effective at neutralizing stinky smells.

Buy The Crown Choice air fresheners if you want a product that will destroy odors and not just mask them.

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