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DIY Lavender Linen Spray

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Learn how to DIY Lavender Linen Spray using lavender essential oil to add a clean fresh smell to your linens, towels, bed pillow, dog beds or anywhere!

two glass amber bottles of lavender linen spray

There’s a theory that lavender has therapeutic properties that helps the most restless souls get a good night’s sleep. With all the sleepless and restless nights I’ve had in the recent past, I could sure use a good night’s sleep.

So, I thought I’d try making my own lavender linen spray. I’m not an avid user of essential oils because I’m a little skeptic. But, I have used some essential oils around my own, like to make candles and sachets.

This lavender linen spray is amazing. Just a few spritzes on your bed pillow at night and the aroma will help lull you to sleep. It’s also great to freshen the linens in your closet or for use on upholstery and even your dog’s bed.

How to Make Lavender Linen Spray

I’m sharing this easy tutorial on how to make lavender linen spray over on Ideas for the Home by Kenarry. Once a month I share a creative idea on Ideas for the Home by Kenarry. This month, I’m sharing this DIY Lavender Linen Spray.

Video Tutorial

I’ve also created this video tutorial to show you just how easy it is to make your own Lavender Linen Spray.

Printable Labels for Lavender Linen Spray

To make it easier for you to label your lavender linen spray or for gift giving, I’ve created a set of free printable labels. You’ll also find the printable labels over on Ideas for the Home by Kenarry.

Now, hop on over to Ideas for the Home by Kenarry to learn how to make your own homemade lavender linen spray and to download the free printable labels!

More Ideas

If you liked this homemade Lavender Linen Spray idea, you might also like these homemade ideas from The Birch Cottage:

Til next time…

Pam from The Birch Cottage

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Thursday 23rd of July 2020

Hi Pam,

Love the idea of the linen spray. Do you have to use 99% alcohol or can you use 70% or other? Thank you! Stay well.

Pamela Baker

Thursday 23rd of July 2020

Based on my research, the isopropyl alcohol needs to be at least 60%. The higher the percentage the better the disinfectant is against potential bacteria.

Hope this helps!!

Pam Baker The Birch Cottage

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