I hate walking into my home after a long day at work and getting hit with the smell of the morning’s breakfast, don’t you? It seems like the smell of pancakes, eggs, but especially bacon, permeated my walls, drapes, and carpet. Even if I opened every window in the house, I just couldn’t seem to ever fully eliminate that certain je ne sais quoi.
Air fresheners didn’t work either—they just added a layer of toxic chemical (i.e., air pollution) on top of the malodorous aftermath of my morning meal. And they were expensive. The amount of Febreze I would use almost made me Febroke.
But then I found Young Living’s essential oil blend—Purification.
But what I really love about Purification is that it does exactly what its name says it does–it purifies and cleans the air in my home. When I finish cleaning up after a meal, I put three or four drops in my diffuser and, in just a couple of hours, food odors are gone.
Purification allows me to cook adventurously. I know that no matter what I make, when I wake up the next morning, I won’t be fish-slapped with the smell of old broccoli, Brussels sprouts, asparagus, garlic and onions, curry, boiled eggs, burned popcorn, fried fish, or even my favorite tacos.
I also use Purification for my garbage can. Sometimes my trash smells like the dumpster outside of a Boston Market. If you have a similar problem, try this: Mix baking soda with a little bit of water and three drops of Purification. Form it into a small ball, or flat cake, and put it in the bottom of your trash can. It helps keep the trash can smelling fresh for up to two weeks. The best part is it’s all-natural and cheap!
I just wanted to share with you my love of this fantastic oil, because if you have Purification in your home, you won’t have to worry about food smells (or any other unpleasant aromas) clinging to your walls, drapes, and carpets anymore. Less smells, less stress. Choose to Nest Pretty your home by purifying your air naturally with Young Living’s Purification.
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