Today's tip comes from the Garden Club here at the CIA; we've been talking about the unexpected benefits of gardening and a fellow student mentioned this tip. When I saw it echoed on the pages of Sunset magazine, I knew I had to pass it on.
Plants take compounds from their environment and filter them as they use the carbon dioxide in the air for their necessary life functions.
Place your smaller, potted house plants by the kitchen sink. They will naturally filter the occasional funky smell you can't seem to get rid of. This practice can also help with persistent bathroom scents.
Better for your home, and less expensive than buying Febreeze!