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9th Spray of Christmas

Updated: Aug 27

“On the 9th Spray of Christmas, my aromatherapist made for me…” Today is Day 9!


Trash Spray

This is a great spray to get rid of unwanted odors in the trash can. You can also spray your trash can before you put in your bag. I do this with both my bathroom and kitchen trash cans.

I also like to spray this inside my trash bag before I tie it up to put in the garbage can in the garage.


Peppermint Essential Oil is antimicrobial and antibacterial. This essential oil helps with the stinky surface germs that can linger in your trash cans.

Peppermint Essential Oil gives off a refreshing aroma in this trash can spray.


Green Mandarin Essential Oil is also antimicrobial, and antibacterial.


This essential oil helps compliment the Peppermint Essential Oil when it comes to the stinky surface germs in your trash cans.


Black Spruce Essential Oils is one of my favorite essential oils. For this trash can blend, I chose to add Black Spruce Essential Oil due to its antiseptic properties.

This essential oil is also antimicrobial, and antibacterial.



Here is all you need

2 oz Spray Bottle

1/2 tsp White Vinegar

3 1/2 tbsp Distilled Water

4 drops Peppermint (Mentha x piperita) Essential Oil

5 drops Green Mandarin (Citrus reticulata) Essential Oil

5 drops Black Spruce (Picea mariana) Essential Oil


Mix all together, shake before each use, and give about two to four sprays depending the size of your trash cans. Usually, two sprays are plenty.


*If the 3 ½ tablespoons do not fill up your spray bottle, add a little more as needed to fill your bottle after all the ingredients are in your spray bottle.


Comment below if you end up making this! I would love to know what you thought of it.


Thank you for reading!

Love and Nature,

Nicole


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