Car Diffuser Hacks

Essential Oil Car Diffuser Hacks

Do you love diffusing essential oils?  Well, guess what- that dosen’t have to stop when you leave your house!  For “FUN FINDS FRIDAY” I’ve rounded up lots of great ideas for how you can make an essential oil diffuser for your car.

You probably already  have everything you need to make your very own (and super creative) car diffuser.  Check your craft stash, makeup supplies, and laundry room for things like this.  You won’t need all of these.  Just a couple, depending on which version(s) of the car diffuser hacks you want to make.

 cotton balls

cotton pads (round ones like this)

air dry clay

ribbon

pompoms (small ones or big ones)

paperclip

clothespin

old Febreeze vent clip like this

old Bath & Body Works Scentportable holder like this

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So how do I make an essential oil diffuser for my car?

option 1:  go old school  and make one to hang from your rearview mirror

Nothing says 70’s retro like an air freshener hanging from a rearview

fabric card diffuser  sew one together uses fabric and string- get instructions here from Bloglovin

DIY-Car-Air-Freshener-fabric  or skip the sewing and make one using fabric, cardboard as a stabilizer, and string- get the instructions here from Suburbia-Unwrapped

minnie mouse car diffuser or maybe you’re a BIG Disney addict like me (or maybe your kids are) and can’t pass up this adorable felt Minnie Mouse essential oil car diffuser–  get the instructions here from Reasons to Skip the Housework

clay car diffuser  use a cookie cutter to easily cut air dry clay into any shape you’d like- love how I Really Love Chocolate made hers in the shape of Texas, but you could use the same idea and shape a clay diffuser into anything from your favorite sports team to favorite movie character or cartoon to an icon of a favorite hobby – get instructions here from I Really Love Chocolate  

 

option 2:  use the car’s vent as a fan to circular the essential oils

clothespin with pompoms car diffuser  Want super cute AND super simple?  Try this one- simply glue a few pompoms onto a clothespin and clip to your car’s vent.  Easy peasy!!  Project done.  – get instruction here from One Crazy House

paperclip and pompom car diffuser  Here’s another incredibly easy (and cute) one.  Just glue a large pompom onto a paperclip and slip the paperclip onto the car’s vent.  – get instructions here from Healthy Holistic Living

febreeze hack   This one is a little more complicated, but very clever.  It involves taking apart an old Febreeze vent clip and then inserting a cotton ball to hold the essential oil.  – get the instructions here from Pintify Me

ribbon and cotton ball   use ribbon and a cotton ball- get instructions here from Frugally Blonde

bath and body works scentportable  old Bath & Body Works Scentportable holder like this and use cotton pads (round ones like this) .  clip on to car’s vent.

option 3: Forget making a hack, and instead buy a car essential oil diffuser

cigerette plug in car diffuser  this essential oil car diffuser plugs into your car’s cigarette lighter

 

battery usb diffuser  this essential oil diffuser runs on batteries, so it’s portable and works great in a car.  It has a little fan that circulates the essential oils around the car.

 

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By | 2017-04-19T11:03:06+00:00 February 12th, 2016|Essential Oils|1 Comment

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  1. Destanie August 15, 2016 at 11:29 am - Reply

    Thank you for your post! I enjoyed it very much! I even shared it on my blog at CountryMamaCrunchBlog.com under my Wild Orange EO post! If you have time check it out! Have a wonderful day!

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