This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Air Wick for IZEA. All opinions are 100% mine.
Keeping the air fresh in our home is a challenge with two dogs. Our rescue dogs really know how to stink up a joint. We were excited to be able to try out scented Airwick products.
Keep Air Fresh with AirWick Products
We had been using a plugin air freshener, but it wasn’t working that well. Honestly, we stopped smelling it altogether and I forgot it was even plugged in! Thankfully, AirWick really hooked us up. They sent us a huge review package to try out which included 4 brand new scent warmer units, and complete packages of the following scents:
- Grand Canyon Cactus Flower & Warm Breeze
- American Samoa Sweet Coconut & Island Palms
- Hawaii Exotic Papaya & Hibiscus Flower
- Ocean Spray & Sparkling Sea Minerals – available exclusively at Sam’s Club.
- Bright Citrus Splash – available exclusively at Sam’s Club.
- Lavender & Chamomile
- Magnolia & Cherry Blossom
- Island Paradise
I thought I was excited when this huge box arrived, but Mike looked like it was Christmas morning. He had to open every single scent to sniff them out. He then strategically placed them throughout the house where he thought the scents fit best.
One immediate difference I noticed were the glass containers that the scents are in. That alone makes them look like a higher quality item.
The warmer units are noticeably stronger, too. Mike plugged them in and put them all on full blast. Within minutes I was in sensory-overload and we had to turn them down! That’s a huge difference from not even smelling the last ones. Big improvement!
My favorite scent of all was the Bright Citrus Splash, with Ocean Spray with Sea Minerals following as a close second.
Since we installed these products everyone who has come in our house has said it smelled good! They instantly sniff and say “Oooh, what smells so good?”. Love that!
Save bigtime by purchasing your AirWick products from Sam’s Club! You definitely get more for your money by buying their kits.
How do you keep the air fresh in your home?