If you’re like me, you’re obsessed with the wallflowers from Bath and Body Works. I have at least one in each room. While my house smells amazing no matter where you go, one problem arises when they wallflower dries up – I have to buy new ones! Considering I have over 15 in my home (I wasn’t kidding – I LOVE them), it gets a bit expensive trying to keep them full all of the time.
Since I’m trying to stop using chemicals in my house, I figured I would try to refill my own. It couldn’t be that hard, right?
It was simple, way too simple. I thought the process would take forever but I was able to refill my oils in less than 3 minutes each with ingredients I already had at my house. Since it was so easy, I thought I would share so we can all save money and stop using chemicals!
Supplies you’ll need to make this work
- flat head screw driver
- Your favorite Essential Oil
- Gather all of your wallflowers. (If you’re like me, gather all 15!)
- Unscrew the bulb from the wallflower
- Use the screw driver to pop open the bulb.
- Wash out the bulb as much as you can with water. This is mainly so your scents don’t mix!
- Let the bulb dry.
- Fill your empty bulb with your favorite essential oil about 1/4 full. (I used lavender essential oil in mine.)
- Fill the rest of your bulb with water.
- Snap the cap back on the bulb.
- Attach back to wallflower.
- Enjoy a chemical free, awesome smelling house!
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