Room Spray: Tips and Tricks - Clare Makes

Room Spray: Tips and Tricks

Room spray is a great way to freshen up your space and get the air smelling great. They're also great for sprucing up the air in your car! But with so many different options out there, it can be hard to choose which one is right for you. We're here to help you figure it out.

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First things first: what are room sprays?

Room sprays are small bottles of liquid that contain essential oils that give off a light fragrance when sprayed around the room. They can be used in any space—your bedroom, bathroom, or even your kitchen—to give off a light scent that lasts between one and three days. They're especially effective at masking odors like cigarette smoke or cooking smells, so if you want to get rid of those smells without having to deal with harsh chemicals or cleaning products, then this is definitely something worth checking out!

We've compiled some tips and tricks for using room spray in your home, so you can get the most out of your product without making a mess or wasting money.

1: Use room spray in small doses

Room sprays are meant to be used sparingly—you don't want to douse an entire room with them, because they'll just overpower the smell of your space and leave everything in the area smelling like whatever scent you chose. To make sure that doesn't happen, only use one or two spritzes of your chosen room spray per room.

2: Don't spray directly on furniture

You don't want to ruin any furniture or other items by spraying too much room spray on them! Instead, try spraying in front of where you'll sit down or stand up—that way, when you walk through that area again later on down the line (if there's still some left), it will give off a subtle whiff of scent rather than being overpowering enough to

3: Use a fan!

If you want to get the most out of your room spray, use a fan. It'll help distribute the scent more evenly throughout the room.

4: Why not two?

Use multiple sprays in different parts of the room so that they don't just hit one area and die out there while still being strong in other parts of the room.

5: Candles and room sprays

Use a candle and room spray together to scent a room. The candle will give off its own unique smell, while the spray will give an extra boost of fragrance that lasts well after the candle has gone out.

Shop the range of Clare Makes Room Sprays here

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