What's a good alternative to Febreeze that's friendlier for pets?


ChrishtPar
on Dec 12, 2015 @ 02:03 pm

I know the company itself tests on animals trying to "make it safe" but I still don't like using it, especially in any area I know my pets will be breathing it in or laying on a surface I sprayed it onto and then proceed to clean itself afterwards. 
 


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wonderwhatif
DIY febreze on Dec 13, 2015 @ 12:52 am

I think you can make natural DIY febreze, I saw somewhere before. Try googling DIY febreze :)
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Chandelier
DIY Febreze on Dec 19, 2015 @ 03:19 am

I've tried making it before and it made everything too damp/wet just from spraying it around.
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DEANENE
Febreze on Dec 19, 2015 @ 05:20 am

I think if only a small amount is used it's o.k.
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QueenZahara
Febreeze on Dec 19, 2015 @ 09:19 am

PawGanics makes an organic cleaner that smells like lavender which you can use for everyday cleaning and it works very well and is completely safe for pets. They have another brand called BabyGanics which probably has a similar product with the same organic compound. Generic scented wax cubes that you melt from Walmart work well also, just keep out of reach of pets (especially cats).
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prettyrainbow
natural on Dec 20, 2015 @ 12:58 am

I purchase the brand Pure Citrus at Walmart or Canadian Tire. It contains 100% natural ingredients and smells amazing!
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