August 26, 2013

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Air Wick’s new National Park Collection #Review

Create a relaxing atmosphere wherever you are with new home scents. Air Wick’s new National Park Collection has four new fragrances inspired by some of our nation’s favorite parks. Go to your local drugstore and pick up one of their Plug-In scents or candles, and get ready to bring the calming scents of nature into your at-home spa.

Not only are these perfect for your home, but your college kid's dorm room or apartment!  Unusual scents are one of the parts of dorm life that literally stinks. But this year, students and parents can bring a new freshness to their dorm room with Air Wick’s new National Park Collection of fragrances. With scents inspired by some of our country’s national parks and available for $2.99-$5.99, students can de-skunk their rooms with Plug-In scents and Freshmatic Room Sprays, without fire hazards from candles and the risk of getting in trouble with their RAs.

Cape Cod(Cranberry Harvest): 
Welcome Fall with the scent of fresh cranberries, it is fabulous. We have it place right by the front door.  Perfect to keep the shoe and sport odors down!  Tart and sweetness combined makes your house smell fresh!

Rocky Mountains (Crisp air):

Clean, cool and crisp fresh scent.  Reminds of the smell of chill in the air, which is perfect for these late hot Summer days! It is perfect in the basement near our workout gear.  You get a nice clean breath of air!

I heard there was a pumpkin scent too!  I am now off to see if I can find it in store!

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1 comment:

  1. I'd love to smell the Rocky Mountains scent! I love trying new scents.