I recently moved into a new loft (mid-August) and it’s all concrete floors and high ceilings. I LOVE it. What I don’t love is the smell that is in the hallway, and the property manager can’t figure out what it is. There’s nothing visible, but the smell is musty and unpleasant. I don’t want it creeping into my entryway, so I’ve been using air fresheners in my place to make it nice when I walk in the door.
I haven’t been pleased with most that I’ve tried, and they aren’t exactly attractive, so I was thrilled to give the Glade Expressions collection a try. I bought two things – the room spray in Cotton and Italian Mandarin and the oil diffuser in Pineapple and Mangosteen.
After a few days of having these scents around, I’m quite pleased. They actually enhance my apartment, and I like how the oil diffuser actually blends in with the decor (as you can see from the picture). I leave the spray in the kitchen for after cooking, and it’s great – keeps the smell from going into the rest of my open loft. What do I love about them? Both scents are great and not overwhelming. I am picky about my smells: I don’t like things that are too overwhelming or don’t release enough scent – these are just right!
How do you enhance your home with nice smells?
Glade Expressions® Fragrance Mist comes in a stylish holder that releases a longer- lasting, finer mist of fragrance. The gentle mist creates layers of true-to-life fragrance that opens up note by note. The artfully designed holder blends with your décor for a burst of fragrance that’s always out and available. Just squeeze to spray; then refill the holder with your favorite fragrance.
Glade Expressions® Oil Diffuser releases a long-lasting fragrance for up to 30 without the hassle of electricity. The spill-proof oil diffuser infuses layers of true-to-life scents throughout even the most open living spaces. The trendy holder matches décor perfectly, making it a convenient and stylish home-fragrancing option.
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