This post brought to you by Air Wick. All opinions are 100% mine.

I don't know about you, but I love using scents in my home. I especially like the non-candle variety, as I'm more than a little terrified of burning the house down. So when I got the opportunity to sample some scented Airwick products, of course I agreed!! 

AirWick was SO generous. I couldn't believe the amount of product they sent me. And what scent should I try first?!

I started with the "Bright Citrus Splash" and "Ocean Spray with Sparkling Sea Minerals" since I hadn't seen those before (they are Sams Club exclusives). I used one scent on each floor, just for fun :) Generally I like spicey or fall-ish scents, but I was really surprised at how much I liked both of these more summery versions. The citrus one was especially nice, it was bright and fresh smelling and just generally yummy.

But I did want to try more scents, and it was hard to resist the veritable buffet I had in front of me :) Lavendar is one of my favorites, so I decided to give it a go. I'm pretty picky too, as a lot of lavendar products can be too sweet. Again, I was really pleasantly surprised! It had a lot more depth to it than I expected. We have it upstairs near the bedroom for relaxation!

I didn't get a chance to try all of the lovely goodies yet, but I'm definitely looking forward to it over the next few months.

I did want to point out also that the packs I got were the value packs from Sam's, and they are a MUCH better value than in your regular stores! So if you have access to a Sam's check AirWick out there and get more bang for your buck :)  Do any of you have a favorite scent? I'm thinking of trying this one next:

Have any of you tried it? Sounds so exotic! I'll put it in the rotation next week. So many scents, so little time! Thank you again to AirWick for the awesome product package :)

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  1. Linda

    Air Wick has been around as long as I can remember and I am 74 years old. I wish I could use room scents but I have parrots and birds cannot be around smelly things and I am guessing te air fresners come under that catigory.

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