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It will smell perfect: expert reveals how to fill the house with a pleasant aroma

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How to make your apartment smell good. Source: Created with the help of AI

Even if the house is perfectly clean, it doesn't always smell the way we would like it to. Of course, you can use scented candles or diffusers, but they are quite expensive.

Besides, it can take a long time to find the scents you like. That's why a household expert called tipsfromluan shared an ingenious life hack on TikTok.

The video with this trick was very popular with users of the social network as it has collected more than 3 million views.

Making a home fragrance will not take much time or money. You will need:

  • small deep container
  • lime or lemon
  • coarse salt
  • alcohol

First, take a citrus and cut it into four pieces (not all the way through so that the slices remain connected).

It will smell perfect: expert reveals how to fill the house with a pleasant aroma

Put it in a small deep dish or baking dish, sprinkle with coarse salt, and add three tablespoons of alcohol.

This trick will make your home smell not only clean but also rich because, as a rule, expensive houses with regular cleaning companies have this aroma.

It will smell perfect: expert reveals how to fill the house with a pleasant aroma

If you want to enhance the flavor, you can also add a small amount of concentrated fabric softener to the bowl.

You can also sprinkle cloves on the lime or lemon. This will not only add an interesting note to the aroma but will also repel insects as they do not like the smell of this spice.

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