Eliminating Odors with Febreze – Review and Giveaway! #Noseblind

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Febreze Noseblind Test Kit
In every house across the world there are smells we just learn to live with. Febreze sent me a selection of their products to see just how nose blind to some of these odors we’ve become! It was a selection of sprays, alternating warm oils and even a candle to help eliminate odors of all types.

In our new home the most prominent smells we are living with are from the new building materials from the kitchen update the last owner did. The off-gassing of the cabinets and tiles can be smelled throughout the house. Over time that will fade, and even the last month we’ve just come to live with the smell. But really, all off-gassing is the removal of toxic chemicals from the products. There’s not much we can do about that – but it’s still something we don’t want to smell! All off the smells were quickly eliminated as soon as I plugged in the Hawaiian Aloha Noticeables Plug in. It alternates between two Hawaiian themed warm oils so you don’t get use to one scent and go nose blind to the new scent.

Febreze asked us to take the with some friends. While in New York we had a great movie night with friends and a pajama party in our hotel room. We had wine and some great popcorn to enjoy while we watched a movie. After a hot and sweaty day at our conference, plus the smell of fresh popcorn our room was full of scents that didn’t always meld well. So we spritz some of the Frebreze Air Effects spray, and you couldn’t even smell the overwhelming scents in our little room! It was great how quickly it eliminated the smells and made our room a nice little oasis for our movie night.

So have you gone nose blind in your home or space? What odors can Febreze’s products help your space with? One of my readers will win a prize pack to take the Nose Blind Challenge in their house! Read how you can win below.

How Can You Win?

Enter to win with the form below. The mandatory entry is leaving a comment on this blog post telling me what smells have you become nose blind to? Or what smells would you like to eliminate? If you do not do this entry – you will not win! So make sure you leave a comment and then enter using the form linked below!

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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.
Giveaway will close at 11:59 PM on 8/11/2014.

196 COMMENTS

  1. I am noseblind to my dog’s odors, so I could definitely use some Febreze.
    Thanks for the chance to win!
    wildorchid985 at gmail dot com

  2. I am noseblind to the cat box smell mostly because it is in the basement. We use febreze and baking soda on the carpets to help with smells

  3. I am afraid I might be nose blind—I’d like to get the catfish smell out along with garlic,and doggie–But the garlic isn’t really so bad from canning those great pickles.

  4. I would love to eliminate that stale musty stinky smell after the place has been closed up, or the stinky socks that my hubby takes off.

  5. I think I am noseblind to my pets odors left behind on my furniture and on my carpet. I would love to eliminate them.

  6. Our upstairs is a converted attic and the hallway has no ventilation, so it’s kind of like an oven. It’s also the only place we have for a second catbox. So as soon as you open the hall door to go up the stairs you smell baked cat box. Doesn’t that sound pleasant? Yeah, I want to eliminate that odor!

  7. like to eliminate the musty odor in my home.We had some loose duct work under the air vent in the living room and, even though it’s been repaired the musty odor still lingers.

  8. I am noseblind to the musty odor in my home.As I explained before,We had some loose duct work under the air vent in the living room and, even though it’s been repaired the musty odor still lingers.
    I notice it when I have left my home and returned and when I open the door I can smell it.

  9. I’m a huge febreze fan – I keep it in my house, my car and at the office, too! sometimes the scent of cats sneaks up on me despite my best efforts.

  10. I hope I haven’t gone noseblind! I’d love to use Febreze to get rid of the smell of my sweaty teenager’s sporting gear

  11. I think that I have gone noseblind to stinky diapers. I know that it is there because when I walk into my house after not being there for a while, I can smell them. I would like to eliminate the smell of diapers!
    Maureen
    maureen.tenney@gmail.com

  12. We have 2 cats and 2 litter boxes. Although I DO try to keep them as clean as possible on a daily basis, I am afraid that I may now be noseblind to the smells that are probably still there!

  13. I know I’m nose-blind to pet odors. We have a dog and a hedgehog in the house so I’m sure it gets pretty stinky from time to time 🙁

  14. I know I am nose blind, we have 4 dogs and 3 cats all indoors and for the most part I never notice the smell of animals.

  15. With all of the rain that we have had this summer and indoor pets I would love to eliminate the smell of wet dog from my home.
    jweezie43[at]gmail[dot]com

  16. I believe I am noseblind to my dog’s odor! That, and boy funk- my boys always stink after playing outside but I think I am used to it now where I don’t even notice!

  17. Definitely all cat related odors ~ but I’m thinking PROBABLY (after all I am noseblind…) other scents might include residual food and cooking smells (some good – other not so good…) if an when anything BURNS (like toast or a spill over in the oven. And finally, so many products cleaning and other have strong even heady “fragrances” which can end up smelling either musty (in the bathroom) or chemical-like in other cases.

  18. I would like to eliminate some of the pet odors in my home. I think I am noseblind when it comes to frying onions as it does not bother me anymore.

  19. I have 2 dogs and 2 cats and by far the worse smell comes from the cats. Kitty litter. Yuck. No matter how often you clean the stank still lingers.

  20. Of course cat and garbage odors – but sometimes cooking smells too (one woman’s mouthwatering Rack of Lamb’s aroma may be someone else’s “what’s that gamey smell?”) And heaven knows, garlic and onions are not a turn on for all ….
    Oh, and on those very very very rare occasions when I might accidently BURN something ~ that burning smell is just awful and has a nasty tendency to linger. Oh and stale basement smells too – whether they’re in the basement or someplace else!

  21. Thanks for the giveaway…on more than one occasion we have had to deal with lingering cooking odors from “the day before” !

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