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8 Other Ways You Can Use Perfume

There are a lot more uses for perfume if you are a collector, or you just love things smelling pretty. Here are some ways to use your perfume other than just using it on your body:

Make a room freshener by diluting with water in the proportion 1:40 in a spray bottle. Whenever the room needs a freshen, just spray and enjoy

Freshen rooms with a mixture of perfume and water. (Image: chezbeate via Pixabay/CC0 1.0)
Freshen rooms with a mixture of perfume and water. (Image: chezbeate via Pixabay/CC0 1.0)

You could also use the above-mentioned spray to freshen up your linen.

Freshen your linen with a mixture of perfume and water spray. (Image: Erika Wittlieb via Pixabay/CC0 1.0)
Freshen your linen with a mixture of perfume and water spray. (Image: Erika Wittlieb via Pixabay/CC0 1.0)

Instead of purchasing expensive lotions, just buy a cheap, non-fragrance one, and add a few drops of your favorite perfume.

Make scented lotion using perfume and non-fragrance lotion. (Image: saponifier via Pixabay/CC0 1.0)
Make a scented lotion using perfume and non-fragrance lotion. (Image: saponifier via Pixabay/CC0 1.0)

Spray some perfume on some cardboard, and put it in your sock drawer to freshen it up.

Freshen sock draws by adding a piece of cardboard with perfume on it. (Image: osseous via flickr/CC BY 2.0)
Freshen sock drawers by adding a piece of cardboard with perfume on it. (Image: osseous via flickr/CC BY 2.0)

Make a car freshener by cutting some cardboard in your favorite shape (love heart, flower), spray with your favorite perfume, and then hang it on your mirror.

Freshen your car with your favorite perfume by making your own car freshener. (Image: PublicDomainPicturesimages via Pixabay/CC0 1.0)
Freshen your car with your favorite perfume by making your own car freshener. (Image: PublicDomainPicturesimages via Pixabay/CC0 1.0)

If you have a lamp with a shade, spray the shade with some perfume. The heat will spread the fragrance around the room.

When perfume is sprayed on a lamp shade the heat from the light with spread the fragrance around the room. (Image: StockSnap via Pixabay/CC0 1.0)
When perfume is sprayed on a lamp shade, the heat from the light with spread the fragrance around the room. (Image: StockSnap via Pixabay/CC0 1.0)

To give your clothes a faint smell of perfume, soak a cotton ball with perfume, and then add to your drawers or wardrobe. Then, when you wear your clothes, you won’t have to spray perfume.

Give your clothes a faint perfume smell by adding a cotton ball soaked with perfume to your wardrobe or drawers. (Image: sdnet01 via Pixabay/CC0 1.0)
Give your clothes a faint perfume smell by adding a cotton ball soaked with perfume to your wardrobe or drawers. (Image: sdnet01 via Pixabay/CC0 1.0)

If you have one too many perfumes, you can turn one into a diffuser by taking off the lid and adding wooden reeds.

Use old perfume and turn it into a diffuser. (Image: mixtureusa via Pixabay/CC0 1.0)
Use old perfume and turn it into a diffuser. (Image: mixtureusa via flickr/CC BY 2.0)

Research by Mona Song.

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