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Renuzit Sensitive Scents

Hey neighbors!

Here is a review and giveaway you are really going to like.  If your family is anything like mine, there are one or two people who can not handle strong scents.  Honestly, I am one of them.  I also have a daughter who occasionally reacts to strong scents.  That is one of the reasons I was so excited to try the new, Renuzit Sensitive Scents.

I received a Super Odor Neutralizer in, Pure White Pear & Lavender.  This deodorizing spray can be used to freshen the air in a room, or can be applied to fabric, like curtains, or even carpets.  We have both cats and dogs, so sometimes.... we need to freshen a room a bit.  The Renuzit Sensitive Scents is perfect.  Strong enough to cover odors, yet light enough to not be overpowering.

We also have the Renuzit Gel Air Freshener, an adjustable scent cone.  This is the one you set up in a bathroom, kitchen, or bedroom, open it the desired amount and allow it to do it's job by keeping the room smelling fresh.  Ours was Pure Water Blossom and Cucumber.  Once again a very light scent.

Last of all was the Scented Oil Air Freshener.  This one is Pure Ocean Breeze.  Simply follow directions to attach the scent bottle and then plug it in.  You will then experience a nice, pleasant scent for several days.  When it runs out of oil, just purchase a new fragrance bottle and you are good to go.  You can also use this oil in a scented oil warmer.

Be sure to try all three scents!  The really great news though is that three winners will each receive one coupon good for a Renuzit Sensitive Scents product of their choice.  Hurry up and enter and then share the giveaway with others.

Thanks for stopping in.  See you soon!

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1froglegs said…
I think a subtle scent would mask odors better in the long run because you would not become accustomed to it as much as you would a strong scent.
Jackie said…
I'm interested in this because I love to scent my home, but don't like for it to be overpowering. Thank you for the review and giveaway.
Linda Szymoniak said…
We have four dogs and two cats, so I really like using scent products in our house. However, my daughter is sometimes sensitive to some products. I would really like to try this product in her bedroom, since that's where she spends most of her time when she's home (sleeping, watching TV, playing video games). I think this might be better for her.
latanya t said…
the scents last a long time and they smell good
Julie said…
I think the scents seem really gerat
Angela Saver said…
I would love to try the Renuzit Sensitive Scents products because we are sensitive to overpowering smells, so I'd love to try this to see if it works for us!
Hillary said…
I am always looking for new scents for my home.
andrea v said…
I would like to try these since many scents that are too strong give me a headache.
Unknown said…
I love using Renuzit products - they always make great scents
Connie Sowards said…
Both my daughters don't like strong scents. They don't have a bad reaction to them but the strong scents are overwhelming to them.

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