I’m a cleaning pro – make your home smell AMAZING using an $8 item

CAN'T get enough of that laundry fresh scent?

Well, apparently you can have it wafting all throughout your home, and it won't cost you much.

In a video, cleaning whiz Mallory Hudson detailed how to "make your entire house smell like fresh laundry."

Hudson shared: "I don't know about you but I am obsessed with the smell of fresh laundry, so when I saw this hack on here, I knew I had to try it out.

"And let me tell you, it did not disappoint."

Hudson's new found hack was simple.

Using a funnel, she filled a spray bottle with Downy Unstopables In-Wash Fresh Scented Booster Beads in the scent 'fresh.'

She then completely filled the bottle with water via the funnel, and like that, the spray was ready to use.

She sprayed the concoction around her home, letting the fresh scent do its job.

"This will make your house smell amazing," Hudson affirmed.

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If you're looking for more ways to make your home smell amazing, another cleaning enthusiast shared how to make your home smell good via your trash bin.

"Show me the life hack that you randomly saw one day that is now an unconscious standard practice in your life. I'll go first," the voiceover in Victoria Foster's social media video said.

Using a Duck Fresh Disc, originally intended to be a toilet cleaner, Foster simply stuck one to her trash bin.

"Keeps your bin smelling amazing!" she captioned her video, singing the product's praises.

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