Friday, March 9, 2012

Does your house ever stink?

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Triad Retail Media for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.

Okay...we all know that when you have kids your house can sometimes stink.  Maybe from a stray diaper...or an abandoned and long forgotten piece of banana under the couch...or a pile of laundry you just haven't quite gotten to.  And don't get me started on the many ways husbands can stink up the house!

This is where Glade® Expressions™ can come to the rescue.  I gave the Cotton and Italian Mandarin fragrance mist a try.   new Glade® Expressions™ fragrance mist - Glade Expressions Air Fresheners

I liked how I could take this from room to room as needed.  The design is pretty so it doesn't look bad sitting out in your bathroom or on a shelf.  The smell was pleasant, almost as if you were burning a candle!  It freshened up the space nicely and lasted longer than I expected!

If you end up not being satisfied with the scent, you can get your money back.  Just fill out THIS form.

I also love that you can refill the fragrance mist so you are using less packaging and saving money!

There are also several fragrances offered in an oil diffuser!  It lasts for 30 days and doesn't use electricity.  It's also pretty!  new Glade® Expressions™ oil diffuser

If you want to give it a try, you can get $1.50 off at Walmart!

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  1. I'm a fragrance freak! Especially when it comes to my kids rooms. My son is so famous for swimming in the pool running up stairs and leaving his wet swim shorts on the carpet, the smell of mildew shows up a couple of days later... I can't stand it. New follower here. You can follow back at

  2. Hi! Stopping by for the first time and really enjoyed perusing many of your posts. Sweet new baby you have :) I am currently sitting in a hospital room with my daughter that delivered a baby girl last week. It is her sixth child. Her bp is really high from preclampsia. Happily her baby is also allowed to be here.

    Nice visiting with you!
    Kindly, Lorraine


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