We always have an extra supply of Febreze on hand in our house. With a toddler, a newborn and two elderly cats, there is no shortage of undesirable smells that pop up on a daily basis.
Unfortunately, both of our cats are getting old, one is 19 years old and the other is 15 years old. And with their age, we have the occasional fur ball, throw up, and bathroom accident that we need to deal with quickly when they are found to maintain a safe environment for our daughters and ourselves.
Our newborn is still learning how her little body works so we also have our share of throw up. And our toddler has her share of spills when it comes to drinks or food. Papa Bird and I are also not immune to messes, so add all of this to our regular everyday wear and tear and having something that can eliminate our smells and replace them with more desirable scents on hand is a must.
Febreze has a wonderful line of products to suit everyone’s need. Whether you like candles, sprays, oil warmers/releasers or all of the above, you can find great options to eliminate odours with a wonderful selection of scents. My favorite smells are always the fruity scents, but I do also enjoy lavender and linen scents.
I use the lavender scents in bedrooms and rooms where I love to relax, I use the linen scents near our washer and dryer and I use the fruit scents everywhere else in our house and Febreze has all of these scents and more. Febreze works by eliminating odours completely, not just covering them up temporarily. Because the smell is eliminated, Febreeze scents can be softer because they don’t have to compete to overcome the odours.
I like that Febreze has a lot of different options for eliminating odours. I don’t use the candles too much right now because we have our young daughters in the house, but they are nice to light after they have gone to sleep. While they are awake and their curiosity is running wild with them, I like to have the plug-ins and the Set & Refresh options. And of course, for our couches and chairs (AKA the cat beds), the Fabric Refreshers do a great job. Last but not least, for those times that we are minutes away from guests arriving and I run downstairs to grab something only to find that one of the cats just used their litter (how can something so small smell so much some times?), I grab the Air Effects and everything is gone in time for visitors.
Best of all, you can usually find some great coupons for Febreze products both online and in flyers.
Have you done your spring cleaning yet? Have you opened your windows in the effort to get rid of all of those smells that settled over winter? Is there anything still lingering that you just want to go away?
Febreze wants to helps you get those last lingering smells out of your house and they have offered to give one lucky This Bird’s Day reader a fabulous Febreze Prize Pack consisting of a full-size trial of Febreze Fabric Refreshers, NOTICEables, Set + Refresh, Candle and Air Effects.
To enter: Check out the Febreze website, then come back here and leave me a comment below telling me either which product, or scent is your favorite. Please also leave a way of contacting you if your comment is randomly chosen. *You must do this for any additional entries to count.
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This contest is open to residents of Canada only and runs until 12pm MST on Wednesday, June 29, 2011.
* I received some products from Febreze for free to complete my feature. The opinions expressed in this post are mine only and are in no way influenced by any outside factors.
Sheri publishes, and writes at This Bird’s Day where she shares all of the thoughts in her head without the voices. Sticking mainly with content for Canadians, Sheri shares family stories, product information and anything that fits into her (and her family’s) daily activities.