If you have dogs, you probably already use Febreze to eliminate that oh so pleasant wet/sweaty dog odor from your carpets, sofas and pillows. I’ve used Febreze to freshen up winter coats (which are expensive to dry clean) after a trip to a restaurant left them smelling like food or smoke.
Febreze Fabric Refresher is safe on virtually all fabrics including pillows, blankets, carpet and clothing. The spray eliminates odors on fabrics, leaving a light fresh scent.
Febreze just introduced a new bottle for their fabric refresher. The Febreze Decor Collection bottle has a prettier look, so it won’t ruin your decor if you leave it out. Having a bottle on hand rather than hidden in a cabinet makes it even easier to keep your house smelling fresh.
Although Febreze is not poisonous, the company doesn’t recommend drinking it either. And it can be an eye irritant. So you will probably want to store it out of reach if you have a little one who might be tempted to spray himself in the face or to drink the bottle. You can find the material safety data sheet here.
Febreze Decor bottles retail at about $2.99 and come in a package of three scents: Meadows & Rain; Spring & Renewal and Lavender Vanilla & Comfort. I like the Lavender Vanilla & Comfort scent best.
Febreze is giving away samples to two lucky Mamanista readers. To enter, just subscribe to Mamanista’s daily newsletter or monthly newsletter. We’ll be picking a winner from each list on September 30, 2008. Even better, by subscribing, you’ll be in the know about future contests, coupons and hip deals on products for mom, baby and child