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How to Make Your Home Smell Like Holiday Cheer!

Posted on December 18th, 2018

When the holiday season rolls around, you’ll want your home to smell as festive as the decorations surrounding you. However, sometimes that can seem like an impossible task — especially if you’re on always on the go. If you’re looking for the best way to spread holiday cheer in the form of a scent, then here are some ways to do it with ease:


Start Baking

One of the best ways to make your home smell incredible is to start whipping up some delectable baked goods. Whether you’re looking to make a cake or a batch of cookies, anything sugary and sweet will fill the air with holiday cheer!

If you’re not set on baking, then you can cook a warm meal, instead. No matter what you choose to bake or cook, we’re confident that your home will smell phenomenal!

Use Essential Oils

Another great way to liven up the aroma in your living space is to opt for essential oils! Known to have a variety of phenomenal scents, these are much safer to use in your home rather than spray air fresheners.

The reason being is because spray-able fresheners host of series of chemicals in their composition, which will deteriorate your indoor air quality. However, when you use essential oils (in a diffuser), you’ll still get the same great scent while maintaining your indoor air quality.

Create an Aroma

Looking to create your own concoction? If that’s the case, then you can just boil some hot water in a pot, add some herbs and citrus, letting the mixture sit. After about five minutes, the natural ingredients will work their magic, creating the most incredible scent in your home for hours!

When you need some assistance in the areas of plumbing, heating, or cooling, please contact Plumbing & A/C Medic today to schedule an appointment with one of our licensed technicians!

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