I've mentioned before that my 3 year old boy is potty training. I have a 6 year old daughter too and I seem to recall potty training being less messy and less stinky. But regardless, I am often on the quest for both a clean and a clean smelling bathroom! Aren't we all!? So I was really excited when AirWick asked me to sample some of their products and tell you about them!
AirWick plugin scented oils are a great solution for bathrooms and for other rooms in your home to help them smelling fresh! And there is a HUGE variety of scented Airwick products available both at national retails and also a Sam's Club! (I personally love shopping at Sam's Club for products like this because you can almost always find a better price at Sam's Club!)
AirWick comes in a TON of different scents (here are just a few) and when you purchase them from Sam's Club they come in these huge packs with either a bonus warmer or bonus oil!
Sam's Club even has a few exclusive scents: Bright Citrus Splash and Ocean Spray and Sparkling Sea Minerals.
Thanks to AirWick, I had the opportunity to test out many Airwick varieties including: Bright Citrus Splash (Sam's Club exclusive). Ocean Spray and Sparkling Sea Minerals (Sam's Club Exclusive), Magnolia and Cherry Blossom, Lavender and Chamomile, Island Paradise, Grand Canyon Cactus Flower and warm Breeze (National Park Limited Edition), Hawai'i Exotic Papaya and Hibiscus Flower (National Park Limited Edition), American Somoa Sweet Coconut and Island Palms (National Park Limited Edition).
So many of these scents were soooo good! But for a bathroom, I really loved the fresh and clean scent that Ocean Spray and Sparkling Sea Minerals provided.
To find out more about their National Park Limited Edition scents, check out this short video:
I really do enjoy using AirWick products in my home to keep it smelling fresh and clean! The only con is that in a small enclosed bathroom, even on the lowest setting, the scent can get a bit overwhelming. So I try to just remember to keep the bathroom door open a smidgen to compensate for that. In a large space (like a kitchen) the scent is not at all overwhelming and does provide a nice subtle fragrance in your home.
How do you keep your home smelling fresh and clean?