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Jul 29

First impressions with Febreze // GIVEAWAY

This review and giveaway was made possible by Double Duty Divas and Febreze. I was compensated for my participation in this campaign, but all opinions are 100% mine.

Whenever you walking into someones house there are two things that you notice.

1. How the house looks. This is easy to control by just looking around and making sure that the house is tidy and nice looking.

2. How the house smells. This one is not so easy to control, because while we might think that our home smells nice because we become Nosebleed to scents within our own environment.

Noseblindess is a nasal condition where you become accustomed to the odors around you over time. That means that some of the odors within our home can stay airborne or even deposit with the soft surfaces around your home! That means even though you think your home is smell friendly for your guests, it might not be! Which slightly freaks me out because I always want my home to smell fresh and clean, and not like last nights dinner.

Febreze vs popcorn

So we invited a few friends over for a popcorn and movie night and the house looked fab but did it smell like lingering popcorn smells?

Thanks to Febreze my home smelled fresh and clean. I plugged in the Febreze Noticeables in the kitchen to beat the smell at the source, then I sprayed the couch area with the Fabric Refresher, and sprayed a little Air Effects around for a little extra scent. I loved that my home smelled fresh and clean and not like a big bowl of popcorn!

Did you know that Febreze contains a molecule know as Cylodextrin that traps and eliminates the bad odors. This is a patented technology that beats odors and leaves your home smelling pleasant. Febreze keeps your house fresh, so its always ready for guests!

Febreeeze

Im giving away a $60 Amex gift card so that you can stock your home with Febreze goodies to keep you home fresh for guests! (Remember Febreze has everything from candles to auto air fresheners so grab a little of everything!)

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  1. Lisa Brown

    I learned: ODOR HABITUATION – a re-programming of your brain’s process to all but ignore a smell

  2. Dorothy Teel

    I learned that seeking treatment for being noseblind involves using Febreze, way to go I love Febreze rain scent.

  3. Meagan bs

    i learned that noseblind is becoming accustomed to the smelly smells of your house, or car, or other places.

  4. shana vaughn

    I learned that we adapt to the smells around us!
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  5. Sheila K.

    I learned that noseblindness is a real phenomenon, which is given credence through scientific evidence!

  6. Donna L

    I leaned that there are a lot of Febreze scents.

  7. Elena

    I learned that people get noseblind to the smells inside their house

  8. HS

    I learned that scientifically, going noseblind is 100% real.

  9. steve weber

    i learned that noseblind is becoming accustomed to the smelly smells of your house, or car, or other places.

  10. Melissa

    I learned that Febreze makes way more products that I thought!

  11. Natalie

    I learned that the definition of noseblind is: The gradual acclimation to the smells of one’s home, car, or belongings, in which the affected does not notice them (even though their guests do).

  12. latanya

    ODOR INFESTATION: what your guests overwhelmingly smell as soon as they walk in the door

  13. chris z

    i learned you acclimate to the smells in your home so you don’t smell them but others do

  14. Sara B.

    I learned their definition of: ODOR HABITUATION – a re-programming of your brain’s process to all but ignore a smell

  15. Amy Orvin

    I learned that being noseblind is %100 reaL

  16. Mary Beth Elderton

    I learned about Adaptation, Habituation, and Infestation.

  17. Leigh Anne Borders

    I never realized there was such a thing as noseblind but it makes perfect sense!

  18. Darlene Carbajal

    I learned that ODOR INFESTATION: what your guests overwhelmingly smell as soon as they walk in the door.

  19. Laura J

    I learned that ODOR INFESTATION: what your guests overwhelmingly smell as soon as they walk in the door! I am sure I am noseblind to our dog odors and guests might smell it!

  20. kim burnett

    I learned that people are noseblind to the smells inside their own house!

  21. Christina Tate

    We become accustomed to the smells we smell everyday in our own home.

  22. Lisa Aliperti

    Febreze can mask the odor of popcorn!

  23. Annemarie Z.

    I learned that: A vast majority of Americans are noseblind to the odors in their homes and cars.

  24. Cheryl B.

    I learned that they make an anti-allergen spray.

  25. shaunie

    Learned that noseblind means you have gradually gotten use to the smells that you no longer notice them

  26. Amanda Sakovitz

    I learned ODOR ADAPTATION: your nose’s physical response that normalizes new smells

  27. Michelle S

    I learned that “The gradual acclimation to the smells of one’s home, car, or belongings, in which the affected does not notice them (even though their guests do)”

  28. Danielle N

    I learned that the gradual acclimation to the smells of one’s home, car, or belongings, in which the affected does not notice them (even though their guests do).

  29. Thomas Murphy

    I learned noseblind is The gradual acclimation to the smells of one’s home, car, or belongings, in which the affected does not notice them.

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