The first thing I notice in someone’s home is the way the house smells. But what I smell, might not be the same as what the homeowner smells.
See, the majority of Americans are noseblind to the odors in their homes and cars. (Yes, that’s true!) Noseblindness is the gradual acclimation to the smells of one’s home, car and other personal belongings, in which the affected does not notice them… even when their guest does.
Febreze asked me to host a movie watching party, and sent me some items to have a Febreze Noseblind Challenge. I was totally up for it!
Once my guest arrived, I asked them to take a quick survey about the scent they smelled when they entered the house. Then, I went into the kitcken to pop some popcorn (Movie Butter Popcorn, at that!)
Knowing the strong popcorn scent filled the air, I asked my guests to take another survey, so we could see how the smell changed.
I pressed play on the DVD player, then lit a Febreze Meadow & Rain candle on the mantle. Since Febreze products contain a molecule known as Cyclodextrin, it traps and eliminates bad orders. There is no masking the smell or horribly adding to it. That smell is eliminated and replaced with something good!
Febreze has a wide product line of #noseblind products, which are perfect to have on hand when you have guests over. You can quickly light a candle or spray a blast of Febreze when the door bell rings… whether it’s expected or unexpected!
One lucky The Frugal Mom reader will win a Febreze Noseblind Prize Pack which includes: 4 full size Febreze products and a $60 AMEX Gift Card!