DIY All-Natural Pumpkin Spice Room Humidifier and Deodorizer


I got the idea for this tutorial from a friend of mine. I went over to her house the other night and just had to ask her what the heavenly scent filling her house was. She pointed to a pot boiling on her stove filled with various spices. Her whole house smelled of warm and comforting cider.

Now, it's December here in Canada. The air is dry, our hands and lips are constantly chapped, and our hair, well let's not even talk about our hair. Everything is so dry and cold! So, this tutorial is amazing because it offers both a natural way to deodorize your home, PLUS it adds some much-needed humidity to the air. Believe me, your house plants will thank you!

Here is what you will need for this tutorial:

- A stainless steel pot
- A stove
- 1 tsp olive oil or other cooking oil
- 1/2 tsp pumpkin pie spice
- Water
- A Spoon


With Christmas right around the corner, I wanted to create a fun and happy holiday scent that just screams holiday cheer! The first thing that came to my mind was pumpkin spice! It will make your home smell like you're baking a fresh pumpkin pie. It doesn't get any better than that!

Method:

Fill your pot with water. 

Add the olive oil and the pumpkin spice.

Stir to combine everything.

It doesn't look very pretty, but it smells divine!
Turn on your stove and bring to a low simmer. After about 10 minutes of simmering, you will notice the warm, delicious scent filling the air along with a nice dose of humidity! Allow the pot to simmer for as long as you wish, periodically checking back to make sure that the water hasn't boiled away*. When you notice the water level becoming low, just add some more water.

I wish you could smell just how good this smells! Well you will just have to try it out for yourself and see! You will love it!

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Have you ever made your own "humidifier" at home? Did you add something to it to make your home smell nice? Let me know in the comments below, I would love to hear from you.

*Never leave a boiling pot unattended and do not use this method while sleeping. 


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