You can save your used dryer sheets, and put them in your drawers to keep your clothes smell fresh. Do not put new ones in there, as they have oil in them that could stain your clothes. Dryer sheets are also good for stuffing insida your shoes when you’re not wearing them to kep them smell fresh.
• Candles are great but can be pricey as well as dangerous if left unattended. Use a coffee cup or candle warmer for a safer and more long lasting way to use your candles. You can re-use the little glass jars by putting potpourri in them and stashing them around your home.
• Scented incense is usually farirly inexpensive and can be purchased in many different scents. Make sure to use incense in a large room, or have a window open for ventilation if you use it. Some people prefer lighter scents in the spring and summer, and heaver ones in the fall and winter.
• When cleaning, use great smell products. Also try to make a habit of washing down your walls every month or so. Paint can absorb smells. If you have carpeting, you can use baking soda or baby powder when vacuuming in place of expensive carpet powder.
• If you smoke, do it outside. Almost nothing will stink up your home faster than cigarette smoke. Once it gets in your carpet, your drapes and your furniture, it is tough to get out. Try not to smoke near open windows as the smoke will drift inside.
If you notice reoccurring mustry or moldy smells, you should probably find the source and eliminate the problem. Mold and rotting wood needs to be removed or replaced as soon as possible. Make sure you check infrequently visited areas of your home like crawl spaces and attics when investigating the source of the smell.